Copublished With Corwin Press This practical guide to dealing with bullying in secondary schools examines the nature of the secondary school and the typology of the adolescent.

Using the Curriculum to Understand and Deal with Bullying: “In the Cafeteria”
Using the curriculum to understand and deal with bullying: “In the cafeteria”

Bullying can badly affect an individual's physical and psychological well-being, both in the short and long term. This is the case not only for victims and bullies but also for those on the side, the bystanders. Bullying is not usually a one-off event but is often long-standing. It is also a social event (albeit a negative one), and is part of a dynamic and sometimes magnetic process during which the bystanders can feel helpless and frightened or, on the other hand, excited, attracted, and drawn in. Some pretend it is not happening or that it does not affect them. Others feel compelled ...

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