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Teasing and Bullying Bibliography


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Books for Educators and Schools

Books and Book Chapters for Clinicians and Researchers

Books for Parents

Measurement Tools and Assessment

Journal & Bulletin Articles

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Reports and Government Documents

Dissertations, Theses, Manuscripts, and Papers

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Audio, Visual, and Board Games

Workplace Bullying


Books for Educators and Schools    [ Back to Top ]

Ashton, P. T. & Webb, R. B. (1986). Making a difference: Teacher efficacy and student achievement. New York: Longman.

Beane, A. L. (1999). The bully free classroom: Over 100 tips and strategies for teachers K-8. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing.

Beaudoin, M. N. & Taylor, M. (2004). Breaking the culture of bullying and disrespect: Grades K-8: Best practices and successful strategies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Begun, R.W. & Huml, F.J. (Eds.) (1998). Violence prevention skills: Lessons and activities for secondary students. West Nyack, New York: Center for Applied Research in Education.

Begun, R.W. & Huml, F.J. (eds.) (1999). Violence prevention skills: Lessons and activities for elementary students. West Nyack, New York: Center for Applied Research in Education.

Bender, W. N., Clinton, G. & Bender, R. L. (1999) Violence prevention and reduction in schools. Austin, TX : Pro-Ed

Besag, V. E. (1989). Bullies and victims in schools: A guide to understanding and management. Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Biren, R. L. (2001). Nah! Nah! Nah! - A comprehensive training manual for grades 3-5. Minneapolis, MN: Educational Media Corporation.

Bitney, J. (1996). No bullying program. Minneapolis, MN: The Johnson Institute.

Bolton, J., & Graeve, M. A. (2005). No room for bullies: From the classroom to cyberspace teaching respect, stopping abuse, and rewarding kindness. Boys Town, NE: Boys Town Press.

Bonds, M. & Stoker, S. (2000). Bully-proofing your school : A comprehensive approach for middle schools. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

Bowman, R., Johnson, J. L., Paget, M., & Thomas-Williams, M. (1998). Aggressive and violent students. Chapin, SC: YouthLight Inc.

Bullying: Don't stand for it. [pamphlet]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Bullying stops here! Curriculum module. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Burstyn, J. N., Bender, G., Casella, R., Gordon, W. A., Guerra, D. P., Lushen, K. V., Stevens, R., & Williams, K. M. (2001). Preventing Violence in Schools: A Challenge to American Democracy. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum and Associates.

Byers, G. H. (1994). Collaborative Discipline for at-risk students. West Nyack, New York: The Center for Applied Research in Education.

Canfield, J. & Wells, H. (1993). 100 Ways to enhance self-concept in the classroom. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Carnegie Forum on Education and the Economy. (1986). A nation prepared: Teachers for the 21st century. New York: Author.

Centrone, T. (2007). How not to be a bully target. Chapin, SC: Youthlight, Inc.

Charles, C. M. (1989). Building classroom discipline. New York: Longman.

Chazen, M. (1989). Bullying in the infant school. In D. P. Tattum & D. A. Lane (Eds.), Bullying in schools (pp. 33-43). Staffordshire, England: Trentham Books.

Coloroso, B. (2003). The bully, the bullied, and the bystander: From preschool to high school, how parents and teachers can help break the cycle of violence. Boys Town, NE: Boys Town Press.

Conn, K. C. (2004). Bullying and harassment: A legal guide for educators. Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development.

Conoley, J. C., & Goldstein, A. P. (Eds.). (2004). School violence intervention: A practical handbook. New York: Guilford Press.

Craig, W. M., & Pepler, D. J. (1997). Observations of bullying and victimization in the schoolyard. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 13, 41-59.

Fecser, F. A., Goldstein, A. P., Piechura, K., & Campbell, B. (1996). The psychoeducational classroom: Strategies and skills of successful methods and social/emotional curricula. In J. Nicholas & W C. Morse (Eds.), Conflict in the classroom: The education of at-risk and troubled students. Austin: PRO-ED.

Filliti, J. (2005). Tiglos vs. Secca Ma: The courage to stop a bully--a comic book and activity guidance series for kids. Chapin, SC: Youthlight, Inc.

Frank, I. C. (1996). Building self-esteem in at-risk youth. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.

Froschl, M., Sprung, B., & Mullin-Rindler, N. (1998). Quit it! A teacher's guide on teasing and bullying for use with students in grades K-3. New York, NY: Educational Equity Concepts, Inc.

Garbarino, J. & deLara, E. (2002). And Words Can Hurt Forever: How To Protect Adolescents From Bullying, Harassment, and Emotional Violence. New York: The Free Press.

Garrity, C., Jens, K., Porter, W., Sager, N., & Short-Camilli, C. (1994). Bully-proofing your school: A comprehensive approach for elementary schools. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

Geffner, R. A., Loring, M. T., & Young, C. (2003). Bullying behavior: Current issues, research, and interventions. Binghamton, New York: Haworth Maltreatment and Trauma Press.

Glasser, W. (1969). Schools without failure. New York: Harper & Row.

Goldstein, A. P. (1986). Psychological skill training and the aggressive adolescent. In S. P. Apter & A. P. Goldstein (Eds.), Youth violence: Programs and Prospects (pp. 89-119). Elmsford, New York: Pergamon Press.

Gottfredson, G., & Gottfredson, D. (1985). Victimization in schools. New York. Plenum Press.

Greenbaum, S., Turner, B. & Stephens, R.D. (1989). Set straight on bullies. Malibu, CA: Pepperdine University Press.

Hilberg, R. (1992). Perpetrators, victims, bystanders. New York: Harper Collins.

Hoover, J. H. & Oliver, R. (1996). The bullying prevention handbook: A guide for principals, teachers, and counselors. Bloomington, IN: National Education Service.

Howard E., Howell, B., & Brainard, E. (1987). Handbook for conducting school climate improvement projects. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation.

Hyman, I & Snook, P. (1999a). Dangerous schools: What we can do about the physical and emotional abuse of our children. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Hyman, I, Dahbany, A., Blum, M., Brooks-Klein, V., Weiler, E., & Pokalo, M. (1997). School discipline and school violence: The teacher variance approach. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Hyman, I. (I990). Reading, writing, and the hickory stick: The appalling story of physical and psychological abuse in American schools. Lexington: Lexington books.

Hyman, I., Dahbany, A., Weiler, E., Shanok, A., & Britton, G. (1996). Policy and practice in school discipline: Past, present and future. In R. Talley & G. Walz (Eds.) Safe schools, safe students (pp. 77-84). Washington, DC: National Education Goals Panel, National Alliance of Pupil Services Organizations and ERIC Counseling and Student Services Clearinghouse (University of North Carolina at Greensboro).

Institute for Families in Society. A teacher's guide to accompany the video "Bullying". Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina: Institute for Families in Society.

Jenson, W. R., Rhode, G. & Kenton H. K. (1994). The Tough Kid Book. Longmont, CO.: Sopris West.

Juvonen, J., & Graham, S. (2001). Peer Harassment in School: The Plight of the Vulnerable and Victimized. New York, New York: Guilford Press.

Kaufman, G., Raphael, L., & Espeland, P. (1999). Stick up for yourself: Every kid's guide to personal power & positive self-esteem. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing.

Kaufman, G., Raphael, L., & Espeland, P. (1999). Stick up for yourself: Every kid's guide to personal power & positive self-esteem: Teacher's guide. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing.

Kipnis, A. (1999). Angry young men: How parents, teachers, and counselors can help bad boys become good men. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Kocs, K. J. (1999). Sticks and stones: Challenging the dynamics of bullying and youth violence (A youth violence prevention and reduction series). Madison, WI: Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention Resources.

Mathews, D. J. (2002). 101 support group activities for teenagers who are targets of bullies: A leader's manual for secondary educators and other professionals. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Mathews, D. J. (2002). 101 support group activities for teenagers who bully: A leader's manual for secondary educators and other professionals. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

McGraw-Hill School Systems. (1994). Osiris: Getting started. Denver: Author.

Moles, O. (Ed.) (1990). Student discipline strategies. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press.

Morley, E. & Rossman, S. B. (Eds.) (1996). Education and urban society. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Nass, S. N. (1998) No More Bullies - Workbook

Newman, D.A., Horne, A.M. & Bartolomucci, C.L. (2000). Bully busters: A teacher's manual for helping bullies, victims, and bystanders. Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Noddings, N. (1992). The challenge to care in schools. New York: Teachers College Press.

Olweus, D. (1978). Aggression in the schools: Bullies and Whipping Boys. Washington, D.C.: Hemisphere.

Olweus, D. (1981). Bullying among school-boys. In N. Cantwell (Ed.), Children and violence. Stockholm: Akademilitteratur.

Olweus, D. (1983). Low school achievement and aggressive behavior in adolescent boys. In D. Magnusson & V. Allen (Eds.), Human development. An interactional perspective. New York: Academic Press.

Olweus, D. (1991). Bully/victim problems among schoolchildren: Basic facts and effects of a school based intervention program. In D. J. Pepler & K. H. Rubin (Eds.), The development and treatment of childhood aggression (pp. 411-448). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Olweus, D. (1993). Bullying at school: What we know and what we can do. New York: Blackwell.

Olweus, D. (1993). Victimization by peers: Antecedents and long-term outcomes. In K.H. Rubin & J.B. Asendorf (Eds), Social withdrawal, inhibition, and shyness (pp. 315-341). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Olweus, D. (2001). Olweus' core program against bullying and antisocial behavior: A teacher handbook. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Orpinas, P., & Horne, A. M. (2006). Bullying prevention: Creating a positive school climate and developing social competence. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.

Paley, V. G. (1992). You can't say you can't play. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Pallas, A. M., Natriello, G., & Mcdell, E. L. (1995). Changing students: Changing needs. University of Chicago Press.

Palomares, S. & Schilling, D. (2001). How to handle a bully. Spring Valley, CA: Innerchoice Pubs.

Poland, S. (1989). Suicide intervention in the schools. New York, New York: Guilford Press.

Pratt, S. B. (1996). Razzing: Ritualized uses of humor as a form of identification among American Indians. In H. B. Mokros (Ed.), Interaction and identity: Information and behavior (Vol. 5, pp. 237 - 255). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.

Ragona, S., & Pentel, K. (2004). Eliminating bullying in grades PK-3. Chapin, N.C.: YouthLight, Inc.

Randall, K., & Bowen, A. A. (2007). Mean Girls: 101-1/2 creative strategies for working With relational aggression. Chapin, SC: YouthLight Inc.

Rhode, G., Jenson, W. R. & Reavis, H. K. (1992). The tough kid book: Practical classroom management strategies. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

Rigby, K. (2001). Bullying in schools: And what to do about it. Ontario, Canada: Pembroke Pub. Ltd.

Rigby, K. (2002). Stop the bullying: A handbook for teachers. Ontario, Canada: Pembroke Pub. Ltd.

Ross, D. M. (1996). Childhood bullying and teasing: What school personnel, other professionals, and parents can do. Alexandria, Va.: American Counseling Association.

Senn, D. S. (1996). Coping with conflict: An "elementary" approach. Chapin, SC: YouthLight Inc.

Sharkey, W. F. (1997). Why would anyone want to intentionally embarrass me? In R. M. Kowalski (Ed.), Aversive interpersonal behaviors (pp. 57 - 90). New York: Plenum Press.

Sharp, S., & Thompson, D. (1994). The role of whole-school policies in tackling bullying behavior in schools. In P. Smith & S. Sharp (Eds.), School bullying: Insights and perspectives (pp. 57-83). London: Routledge.

Sheridan, S. M. (1995). The tough kid social skills book. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

Schmidt, T. M. (1998). Facilitating a violence prevention support group: For kids dealing with someone else's anger (K-6). Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Schmidt, T. M. (1998). Facilitating a violence prevention support group: For kids who are bullied (K-6). Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Schmidt, T. M. (1998). Facilitating a violence prevention support group: For kids who bully (K-6). Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Senn, D., & Bowman, S. (2007). Bullying in the girl's world. Chapin, SC: YouthLight Inc.

Shure, M. B. (1992a). I Can Problem Solve (ICPS): An interpersonal cognitive problem-solving program for children (Preschool). Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Shure, M. B. (1992b). I Can Problem Solve (ICPS): An interpersonal cognitive problem-solving program for children (Kindergarten & Primary Grades). Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Shure, M. B. (1992c). I Can Problem Solve (ICPS): An interpersonal cognitive problem-solving program for children (Intermediate Elementary Grades). Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Simmons, R. (2003). Odd girl out: The hidden culture of aggression in girls. Boys Town, NE: Boys Town Press.

Simmons, R. (2004). Odd girl speaks out: Girls write about bullies, cliques, popularity, and jealousy. Orlando, FL: Harcourt.

Sjostrom, L. & Stein, N. (1996). Bullyproof: A teacher's guide on teasing and bullying for use with fourth and fifth grade students. Wellesley, MA: Center for Research on Women.

Skinner, A. (1992). Bullying: An annotated bibliography of literature and resources. Leicester, England: Youth Work Press.

Smith, P. K., & Sharp, S. (1994). School bullying: Insights and perspectives. New York: Routledge.

Smith, P. K., Morita, Y., Junger-Tas, J., Olweus, D., Catalano, R. F., & Slee, P. (Eds.). (1999). The nature of school bullying: A cross-national perspective. New York: Routledge.

Stones, R. (1993). Don't pick on me: How to handle bullying. Ontario, Canada: Pembroke Pub. Ltd.

Stop bullying! [pamphlet]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Stop bullying! Strategies for prevention curriculum module. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Swearer, S. M. (2009). Bullying prevention and intervention: Realistic strategies for schools. New York: Guilford Press.

Syndistar, Inc. (n.d.). Bullying curriculum guide. [Character University Series]. New Orleans, LA: Syndistar Inc.

Syndistar, Inc. (n.d.). Bullying workbook. [Character University Series]. New Orleans, LA: Syndistar Inc.

Syndistar, Inc. (n.d.). How to prevent violence in your classroom: Instructor's guide. [Character University Series]. New Orleans, LA: Syndistar Inc.

Tattum, D. & Herbert, G. (1993). Countering bullying: Initiatives by schools and local authorities. Stoke-on-Trent, England: Trentham Books.

Tattum, D. & Lane, D.A. (1989). Eds. Bullying in schools. Stoke-on-Trent, England: Trentham Books.

Taylor, J. V. (2005). Salvaging sisterhood. Chapin, SC: Youthlight, Inc.

Title, B. B. (1996). Bully/victim conflict: An overview for educators. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program: Kindergarten and grade 1: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program: Grades 2 and 3: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program: Grades 4 and 5: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program: Grades 6 through 8: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program student workbooks: Kindergarten and grade 1: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program student workbooks: Grades 2 and 3: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program student workbooks: Grades 4 and 5: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program student workbooks: Grades 6 through 8: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program teacher's manual: Kindergarten and grade 1: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program teacher's manual: Grades 2 and 3: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program teacher's manual: Grades 4 and 5: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Title, B. B. (2001). No bullying program teacher's manual: Grades 6 through 8: Preventing bullying at school. Center City, MN: Hazelden Press. Order from: www.hazelden.org.

Ury, W. L. (2001). Must we fight?: From the battlefield to the schoolyard - a new perspective on violent conflict and its prevention. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Walker, H. M. & Epstein, M. H. (2000). Making schools safer and violence free: Critical issues, solutions, and recommended practices. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Webster-Doyle, T & Russ, A. (1994). Why is everybody always picking on me: A special curriculum for young people to help them cope with bullying. Middlebury, VT: Atrium Society Publications.

Webster-Doyle, T. (1991). Why is everybody always picking on me: A Guide to understanding bullies for young people. Middlebury, VT.: Atrium Society Publications.

Weinhold, B. K. (Ed). Spreading kindness: A program guide for reducing youth and peer violence in the schools. Available from The Kindness Campaign, c/o the C.U. Foundation, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, PO. Box 7150, Colorado Springs, CO 80933.

Whitney, L., Rivers, L., Smith, P., & Sharp, S. (1994). The Sheffield project: methodology and findings. In P. Smith & S. Sharp (Eds.), School bullying: Insights and perspectives (pp. 20-56). London: Routledge.

Willard, N. E. (2007). Cyberbullying and cyberthreats: Responding to the challenge of online social aggression, threats, and distress. Research Press.

Williams, E. (2001). Breaking down the wall of anger: Innovative games & activities a 5th-8th grade anger management curriculum. Chapin, SC: YouthLight Inc.

Williams, E. (2005). The bully, the bullied, and beyond. Chapin, SC: YouthLight Inc.

Young, K. R., West, R. P., Smith, D. J., & Morgan, D. P. (1991). Teaching self-management strategies to adolescents. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.


Books and Book Chapters for Clinicians and Researchers    [ Back to Top ]

Bowman, R. P., Johnson, J. L., Paget, M., & Thomas-Williams, M. (1998). Aggressive and violent students. Chapin, SC: Youthlight, Inc.

Dubin, N. (2007). Asperger syndrome and bullying: Strategies and solutions. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Eder, D. (1993). “Go get ya a French!”: Romantic and sexual teasing among adolescent girls. In D. Tannen (Ed.), Gender and conversational interaction (pp. 17 - 31). New York: Oxford University Press.

Eisenberg, A. R. (1986). Teasing: Verbal play in two Mexicano homes. In B. B. Schieffelin & E. Ochs (Eds.), Language socialization across cultures (pp. 182 - 198). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Elias, M. J. & Zins, J. E. (Eds.). (2003). Bullying, peer harassment, and victimization in the schools. Binghamton, New York: Haworth Press.

Endresen, I. M., & Olweus, D. (2001). Self-reported empathy in Norwegian adolescents: Sex differences, age trends, and relationship to bullying. In A. C. Bohart & C. Arthur, & Stipek, D. J. (Eds). (2001), Constructive and destructive behavior: Implications for family, school, and society (pp. 147-165). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Eron, L. D., Husemann, L.R., Dubow, E., Romanoff, R., & Yarmel, P.W. (1987). Aggression and its correlates over 22 years. In D.H. Crowell, I.M. Evans, & C.R. O'Donnell (Eds.), Childhood aggression and violence: Sources of influence, prevention and control (pp. 249-262). New York: Plenum.

Espelage, D. L., Mebane, S., Swearer, S. M., & Turner, R.(2003). Gender differences in bullying: Moving beyond mean level differences. In D. L. Espelage & S. M. Swearer (Eds.), Bullying in American schools: A social ecological perspective on prevention and intervention. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Espelage, D. L., & Swearer, S. M. (2003). Bullying in American schools: A social-ecological perspective on prevention and intervention. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Eth, S., & Pynoos, R. (Eds.). (1985). Post-traumatic stress disorder in children. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press.

Geffner, R. A., Loring, M. T., & C. Young (Eds.). (2002). Bullying behavior: Current issues, research, and interventions. Binghamtom, New York: The Haworth Press.

Gerler, E. R. (Ed.). (2004). Handbook of school violence. Binghamton, New York: Haworth Press.

Goldstein, A. P. (2002). The psychology of group aggression. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Horne, A. M. & Sayger, T. V. (1990). Treating conduct and oppositional defiant disorders in children. New York: Pergamon.

Howell, R. (1973). Teasing relationships (Addison-Wesley Module in Anthropology, No. 46). Reading, MA: Addison Wesley.

Jeffrey, L. R., DeMond, M., & Linn, M. (2001). Middle school bullying as a context for the development of passive observers to the victimization of others. In R. A. Geffner, M. T. Loring, & C. Young (Eds.), Bullying behavior: Current issues, research, and interventions (pp. 143-156). Binghamtom, New York: The Haworth Press.

Kowalski, R. M.  (1997). Aversive interpersonal behaviors: On being annoying, thoughtless, and mean. In R. M. Kowalski (Ed.), Behaving badly: Aversive behaviors in interpersonal relationships (pp. 3-26). Washington, D.C. American Psychological Association.

Lewis, J. A. & Lewis, M. D. (1983). Community counseling: A human services approach (2nd ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Olweus, D. (1973). Personality and aggression. In J. K. Cole & D. D. Jensen (Eds.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation 1972. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Olweus, D. (1989). Prevalence and incidence in the study of antisocial behavior: Definitions and measurement. In M. Klein (Ed.), Cross-national research in self-reported crime and delinquency. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.

Pellegrini, A. D. (2001). The roles of dominance and bullying in the development of early heterosexual relationships. In R. A. Geffner, M. T. Loring, & C. Young (Eds.), Bullying behavior: Current issues, research, and interventions (pp. 63-73). Binghamtom, New York: The Haworth Press.

Pfeffer, C. R. (1986). The suicidal child. New York, New York: Guilford Press.

Prothrow-Stith, Spivak, H. R. (2005). Sugar & spice and no longer nice: How we can stop girls' violence. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Putallaz, M. & Bierman, K. L. (Eds.). (2004). Aggression, antisocial behavior, and violence among girls: A developmental perspective. New York: Guilford Press.

Pynoos, R. S. & Eth, S. (1985a). Children traumatized by witnessing acts of personal violence: Homicide, rape, or suicide behavior. In S. Eth & R.S. Pynoos (Eds.), Post-traumatic stress disorder in children. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press.

Pynoos, R. S. & Eth, S. (1985b). Developmental perspectives on psychic trauma. In C.R. Figley (Ed.), Trauma and its wake. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Rigby, K. (2002). New perspectives on bullying. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Ross, D. M. (1996). Childhood bullying and teasing: What school personnel, other professionals, and parents can do. Alexandria, Va.: American Counseling Association.

Sanchez, E.; Robertson, T. R., Lewis, C. M., Rosenbluth, B., Bohman, T., & Casey, D. M. (2001). Preventing bullying and sexual harassment in elementary schools: The expect respect model. In R. A. Geffner, M. T. Loring, & C. Young (Eds.), Bullying behavior: Current issues, research, and interventions (pp. 157-180). Binghamtom, New York: The Haworth Press.

Schieffelin, B. B. (1986). Teasing and shaming in Kaluli children’s interactions. In B. B. Schieffelin & E. Ochs (Eds.), Language socialization across cultures (pp. 165 - 181). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Set straight on bullies: Guidebook for Adults, Youths, and Service Providers. National School Safety Center. Westlake Village, CA.

Straus, M. (1994). Violence in the Lives of Adolescents. New York: Norton.

Underwood, M. K. (2003). Social aggression among girls. New York: Guilford Press.


Books for Parents    [ Back to Top ]

Agassi, M. (2004). Hands are not for hitting. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing.

Alexander, J. (1998). Your child bullying: Practical and easy-to-follow advice. Element Books.

Blanco, J. (2003) Please stop laughing at me. Avon, MA : Adams Media Corp.

Bloch, D. & Merritt, J. (1993). Positive self-talk for children. New York: Bantam Books.

Bullying: What parents can do. (2001). [pamphlet]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Coloroso, B. (2003). The bully, the bullied, and the bystander: From preschool to high school, how parents and teachers can help break the cycle of violence. Boys Town, NE: Boys Town Press.

Cooper, S. (2000). Sticks and stones: 7 ways to deal with teasing, conflict, and other hard times. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Dellasega, C. & Nixon, C. (2003). Girl wars: 12 strategies that will end female bullying. Fireside Books.

Feinberg, L. S. (1996). Teasing: Innocent fun or sadistic malice? Far Hills, NJ: New Horizon Press.

Field, E. M. (2003). Bully busting: How to help children deal with teasing and bullying. Lane Cove NSW Australia: Finch Publishing.

Field, E. M. (2007). Bully blocking: Sex secrets to help children deal with teasing and bullying. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Fine, M. (1994). A systems-ecological perspective on home-school intervention. In M. Fine & C. Carlson (Eds.), The handbook of family social intervention: A systems perspective. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Fleischman, M. J., Horne, A. M., & Arthur, J. L. (1982). Troubled families: A treatment program. Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Forehand, R. & Long, N. (1996). Parenting the strong-willed child. Chicago: Contemporary Books.

Freedman, J. S. (2003). Easing the teasing: Helping

 cope with name-calling, ridicule, and verbal bullying. Boys Town, NE: Boys Town Press.

Fried, S. & Fried, P. (1996). Bullies and victims: Helping your child through the schoolyard battlefield. New York: M. Evans and Company.

Garbarino, J. (1999). Lost boys. New York: The Free Press.

Hyman, I. (1997). The case against spanking: How to discipline your child without hitting. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Kowalski, R. M. (2007). Cyber bullying: Bullying in the digital age. Wiley-Blackwell.

Marr, N. & Field, T. (2001). Bullycide: Death at playtime. Oxfordshire, UK: Success Unlimited.

Pearce, J. (1989). Fighting, teasing, and bullying: Simple and effective ways to help your child. Wellingborough, England: Thorsons.

Ross, D. M. (1996). Childhood bullying and teasing: What school personnel, other professionals, and parents can do. Alexandria, Va.: American Counseling Association.

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Magazine Articles    [ Back to Top ]

Begley, S. (1999, May 3). The roots of violence. Newsweek, pp. 32-35.

Berg-Cross, L. (2003, Fall). Peer supervision: Bullying in childhood. The Register Report, 29, 28-31.

Blau, M. (1993, July/August). Just teasing. American Health Magazine, 12, 66-68.

Chu, J. (2005, August 8).  You wanna take this online? Time. 52-55.

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Edmondson, D. (1988, April). Bullies. Parents, 100-106.

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McCoy, E. (1992, November). Bully-proof your child. Reader's Digest, 199-204.

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Waters, R. (2003, January). The school that stopped bullies. Reader's Digest, 141-146.


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Dissertations, Theses, Manuscripts, & Papers    [ Back to Top ]

Berna, J. (1993). The worst experiences of adolescents from divorced and separated parents and the stress responses to those experiences. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

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Hyman, I. & Snook P. (1999b). Use of the My Worst Experience Scales for diagnosis and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder in children. Paper presented as part of a mini-skills workshop at the 1999 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention and Exposition, April 9, 1999, Las Vegas, NV.

Kohr, M. A. (1996). Validation of My Worst Experience Survey. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

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Little, S. G. & White, K. (1996). Implementing classroom interventions: The importance of teacher variables. Unpublished manuscript, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb.

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Norsworthy, K. & Horne, A. M. (1994). Social learning family therapy: An intervention and teaching model for families with aggressive children. Paper presented at the International Conference on Family Psychology, Padua, Italy.

Perone, D. (1998). The relationship between school climate and school safety: The perceptions of urban middle school students and teachers. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Pokalo, M., & Hyman I. (April 17, 1993). Case studies in community-sanctioned abuse of school children. Paper presented at the 25th Annual Convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Washington, D.C.

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Russell, W. (1991). Symptoms of 4-6 year-old children who were sexually abused or witness to extreme violence. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Savage, S. (1999). Academic stress and student alienation: A descriptive study of worst school experiences. Dissertation manuscript. Temple University, Philadephia, PA.

Vargas, I. (1991). A descriptive study of school induced stressors among inner city Hispanic students. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Watts, A. (1998). "You are such a tease!” Identifying and describing the chronic teaser. Unpublished master’s thesis, Western Carolina University.

Zahn, B. (1995). Stress symptoms in 11-16 year old victims of child sexual abuse. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Zelikoff, W. (1986) Evidence for a new diagnostic construct: Educator-induced posttraumatic stress disorder. Unpublished manuscript.


Books for Children    [ Back to Top ]

Alexander, M. (1981). Move over, Twerp. New York: Dial.

Anderson, C. (1994). It's not okay to bully. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Bateman, T. (2006). The bully blockers club. Albert Whitman.

Berenstain, S. & Berenstain, J. (1993). The Berenstain Bears and the bully. New York: Random House.

Best, C. (2001). Shrinking Violet. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

Blume, J. (1976). Blubber. Yearling Books.

Bosch, C. W. (1988). Bully on the bus. Seattle: Parenting Press.

Bottner, B. (1980). Mean Maxine. New York: Pantheon.

Bottner, B. (1992). Bootsie Barker bites. New York: Putnam Publishing.

Bottner, B. (1997). Bootsie Barker ballerina. New York: Putnam Publishing.

Boulden, J., & Boulden, J. (1994). Playground push-around. Boulden Publishing.

Boyd, L. (1991). Baily the big bully. New York: Puffin Books.

Burnett, K. G. (1999). Simon's hook: A story about teases and put-downs. Felton, CA: GR Publishing.

Carlson, N. (1985). Loudmouth George and the sixth-grade bully. New York: Puffin Books.

Carrick, C. (1983). What a wimp! New York: Clarion Books.

Chapman, C. (1981). Herbie's troubles. New York: Dutton Children's Books.

Charlish, A. We're talking about bullying. Hodder Wayland.

Childswork Childsplay. (2004). Boo bear learns about bullying. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Childswork Childsplay. (2004). Sarah skunk learns about teasing. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Childswork Childsplay. (2004). Dealing with bullies peacefully. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Cohen-Posey, K. (1995). How to handle bullies, teasers, and other meanies: A book that takes the nuisance out of name calling and other nonsense. Highland City, FL: Rainbow Books.

Cole, J. (1989). Bully trouble. New York: Random House.

Coombs, K. M. (1991). Beating bully O'Brien. New York: Avon.

Cushman, D. (1990). Camp Big Paw. New York: Harper & Row.

DePino, C. (2004). Blue cheese breath and stinky feet: How to deal with bullies. Washington, DC: Magination Press.

Dinardo, J. (1988). Timothy and the big bully. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Doyle, T. W. Why is everybody always picking on us: Understanding the roots of prejudice. Education for Peace Publications.

Doyle, T. W. (1997). Why is everybody always picking on me?: A guide to handling bullies. Education for Peace Publications.

Freshet, B. (1986). Furlie cat. New York: Lothrop.

Henkes, K. (1991). Chrysantthemum. New York: Greenwillow Books.

Holmes, M. M. (2000). A terrible thing happened: A story for children who have witnessed violence or trauma. Washington, DC: Magination Press.

Johnson, J. (1998). How do I feel about bullies and gangs. Copper Beech.

Kelly Bear teaches about bullying. Lafayette, AL: Kelly Bear Press.

Lester, H. (2002). Hooway for Wodney Wat. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.

Leverich, K. (1991). Best enemies again. New York: Greenwillow.

Lonczak, H. (2006). Mookey the monkey gets over being teased. Magination Press.

Lovell, P. (2001). Stand tall Molly Lou Melon. New York, NY: Putnam Juvenile.

Ludwig, T. (2005). My secret bully. Berkeley, CA: Tricycle Press.

Mayer, M. (1999). Just a bully. New York, NY: Golden Books.

McCain, B. R. (2001). Nobody knew what to do: A story about bullying. Morton Grove, IL: Albert Whitman & Co.

Moss, P. (2004). Say something. Gardiner, ME: Tilbury House Publishers.

Naylor, P.R. (1992). Reluctantly Alice. New York: Dell.

Nightingale, K., & Walter, N. L. (2005). Seemor's flight to freedom: A book about teasing and anger control. Chapin, SC: YouthLight, Inc.

O'Neill, A., & Huliska-Beith, L. (2002). The recess queen. New York: Scholastic Press.

Orr, W. (1995). The bully biscuit gang. HarperCollins.

Powel, J. (1999). Talking about bullying. Raintree.

Rall, T. (1998). My war with Brian. New York: Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing.

Romain, T. (1997) Bullies are a pain in the brain. Minneapolis, MN : Free Spirit Pub.

Rosenberg, L. (1993). Monster Mama. New York: Philomel Books.

Sanders, P. (1996). What do you know about bullying. Copper Beech.

Seskin, S., & Shamblin, A. (2002). Don't laugh at me. Berkeley, CA: Tricycle Press.

Shapiro, L. E. ( 2004). Betty stops the bully. Fairfax, VA; CTC Publishing.

Shapiro, L. E.(1995). Sometimes I like to fight, but I don't do it anymore : A self-esteem book for children with difficulty in controlling their anger. King of Prussia, PA : The Center for Applied Psychology.

Shapiro, L. E. (1994). The very angry day that Amy didn’t have. King of Prussia, PA: Childswork/Childsplay.

Shreve, S. (1993). Joshua T. Bates takes charge. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Stoltz, M. (1985). The bully of Barkham Street. New York: Harper & Row.

Talley, L. (2000). Emily breaks free. Shawnee Mission, KS: MarshMedia.

Tassell, B. (2006). Don't feed the bully. Llessat Publishing.

Tripp, V. (2004). Teasing trouble. Middleton, WI: Pleasant Company Publications.

Walker, A. (1991). Finding the green stone. San Diego: Harcourt.

Wilhelm, D. (2003). The revealers. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

Wilhelm, H. (1988). Tyrone the horrible. New York: Scholastic.

Williams, K. L. (1992). First grade king. New York: Clarion Books.

Zimmerman, T. (1996). Sometimes I feel like I don't have any friends (but not so much anymore): A self-esteem book to help children improve their social skills. Center for Applied Psychology.


Audio, Visual, and Board Games    [ Back to Top ]

ABC's of bully prevention: Book and video set. Chapin, SC: YouthLight, Inc.

Be Cool Series Coping with Difficult People for lower elementary students. Module 2 Coping with teasing. [video].

Be Cool Series Coping with Difficult People for lower elementary students. Module 3 Coping with bullying. [video].

Be Cool Series Coping with Difficult People for upper elementary students. Module 2 Coping with teasing. [video].

Be Cool Series Coping with Difficult People for upper elementary students. Module 3 Coping with bullying. [video].

Be Cool Series Coping with Difficult People for middle school students. Module 2 Coping with teasing. [video].

Be Cool Series Coping with Difficult People for middle school students. Module 3 Coping with bullying. [video].

Be Cool Series Coping with Difficult People for high school students. Module 1 Coping with teasing. [video].

Be Cool Series Coping with Difficult People for high school students. Module 4 Coping with bullying. [video].

Best practices for eliminating bullying in schools: A video course of practical strategies for working with these challenging youth. [video + book]. Chapin, SC: YouthLight.

Bridging the gap: Scare tactics. (2002). [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Broken toy. (1993). [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Bullied to death. (2003). [video]. New York: A&E Television Network.

Bullies to buddies. [board game]. [Available from creativetherapystore.com].

Bully busters. [board game]. [Available from Western Psychological Services, www.creativetherapystore.com].

Bully on the bus. [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Bully free classroom. (2003). [cd rom]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Bully no more: Stopping the abuse. (2000). [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Bully prevention bingo game. [board game]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Bullying (Video Adventures Series). [video]. Columbia, SC: ETV.

Bullying 101: Basic tools to stop bullying in middle school (Hazelden Prevention Library). [video]. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Bullying and how to handle it: A video for 3rd and 4th grades (Hazelden Prevention Library). [video]. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Bullying: Not just a guy thing. [video]. AMS Multimedia. [Available from www.activeparenting.com].

Bullying Prevention with Arthur M. Horne. APA Psychotherapy Video Series VII: Psychology in the Schools. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.

Bureau for At-RiskYouth (Producers). Bullying, teasing and put-downs: What victims can do. [video]. Plainview, New York: The Bureau for At-RiskYouth.

Bureau for At-RiskYouth (Producers). Dealing with bullies, troublemakers and dangerous situations. [video]. Plainview, New York: The Bureau for At-RiskYouth.

Childswork Childsplay. (Publishers). (2004). Talking, feeling, and doing teasing card game. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Dealing with bullies. [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Defending yourself: Bullying, teasing, put-downs. [video]. Go Media.

Cooper, K. S. (2000). Ready Freddy: A conflict-resolution program of skits and activities for dealing with bullies. [mixed media]. [Available from marcoproducts.com].

Don't call me names. (2004). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Don't pick on me! (2001). [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Dr. PayWell's don't pick on me game. (2005). [board game]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Girl games. [game]. Chapin, SC: YouthLight Inc.

Gosiping, taunting, bullying: It's all harassment. (2000). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Harassment hurts: Gossiping, taunting, and bullying. (2001). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Higher stakes: The consequences of high school harassment. [video]. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Human Relations Media (Producers). (2005). The bully proof kit. [Available from hrmvideo.com].

Human Relations Media (Producers). (2002). Bullying: You don't have to take it anymore. [video]. [Available from hrmvideo.com].

I was just kidding! Learning about harassment. (2001). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

It's not funny: Teasing is a real bummer for everyone. [1999]. [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

It's not okay to bully. [video]. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

James Stanfield Company (Producers). (1991). Coping with bullying. [video]. Santa Barbara, CA: James Stanfield Company.

Joey. (2000). [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Lame Duck Publishing (Producers). (1990). Michael's story: The no blame approach. [video]. Bristol, England: Lame Duck Publishing.

Lame Duck Publishing (Producers). (1990). Stamp out bullying. [video]. Bristol, England: Lame Duck Publishing.

Langevin, M. Teasing and bullying: Unacceptable behaviour. [multimedia]. Alberta, Canada: Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research.

McDonald, H. Bully-buster bingo. [board game]. [Available from marcoproducts.com].

McGruff's bully alert. [video]. [Available from aimsmultimedia.com].

Mean Girls: Mind Games. (2003). [video]. [Available from insight-media.com].

Mitlin, M. Sticks and Stones. [board game]. [Available from Western Psychological Services, www.creativetherapystore.com].

National Instructional Television Center (Producers). (1973). Bully. [video]. Bloomington, IN: National Instructional Television Center 47401.

National School Safety Center (Producers). (1988). Set straight on bullies. [video]. Westlake Village, CA: National School Safety Center.

No more bullies!  [board game]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

No more bullies! Workbook to accompany board game. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

No more teasing!  [board game]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

No way... To treat others. (2000). [video]. [Available from aimsmultimedia.com].

Peace talks: Dealing with bullies, troublemakers and dangerous situations. [1997]. [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Real kids: What we learned about bullying. (2000). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Real life teens video series: Bullies and harassment on campus. [video]. [Available from tmwmedia.com]

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Rubinstein, F. D. Bully Busters - Game [board game].

Searkle, Y., Streng, I. (1996) The anti-bullying game. [board game]. Taylor & Francis.

See a bully! Stop a bully! (2006). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Shore, K. The ABC's of bullying prevention: A comprehensive schoolwide approach. [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Smith, K. Bully-proof bingo. [board game]. [Available from marcoproducts.com].

South Carolina Educational Television (Producers). (1995). Bullying. [video]. Columbia, SC: South Carolina Educational Television.

South Carolina Educational Television. (1996). Bullying. Video and accompanying teacher's guide.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Sticks & stones: The truth about bullying. [video]. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

Stop being so mean!. [n.d.]. [game]. [Available from slosson.com].

Stop picking on me!. (2001), [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Street Smart (Producers). (1995). Bully smart. [video]. Falls Church, VA: Street Smart.

Summerhills Productions (Producers). (1993). Broken toy. [video]. Zanesville, OH: Summerhills Productions.

Sunburst Communications (Producers). (1993). Don't pick on me. [video]. Pleasantville, New York: Sunburst Communications.

Syndistar, Inc. (n.d.). Bullies to buddies. [board game]. New Orleans, LA: Syndistar Inc.

Syndistar, Inc. (2001). Bully busters. [board game]. New Orleans, LA: Syndistar Inc.

Syndistar, Inc. (n.d.). Bullying. [video]. [Character University Series]. New Orleans, LA: Syndistar Inc.

Syndistar, Inc. (2000). From rage to reason. [board game]. New Orleans, LA: Syndistar Inc.

Talking, feeling, & doing teasing card game. [board game]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Teasing: It's no joke. [video]. [Available from aimsmultimedia.com].

Teen files flipped; Bullies, loners, and violence. (2001). [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Teen files flipped; Bullies, loners, and violence. (2001). [video]. [Available from sociallearning.com].

Top Ten Ways to Handle Bullying. [poster]. [Available from www.wellness-resources.com].

What's a bully? (2005). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

When telling isn't tattling. [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

When you see a bully. (2005). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

When you see bullying happen: What a bystander can do. (2004). [video]. Plainview, New York: Childswork Childsplay.

Williams, E. J. (1999). Carl: A program about the consequences of bullying and teasing. [video]. Plainview, New York: The Bureau for At-Risk Youth.

Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention Resources (Producers). Groark learns about bullying. [video]. Madison, WI: Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention Resources.


Workplace Bullying   [ Back to Top ]

Adams, A. (1992). Bullying at work: How to confront and overcome it. London: ORBIT.

Bassman, E. S. (1992). Abuse in the workplace: Management remedies and bottom line impact. Quorum Books.

Bell, A. H. (2005). You can't talk to me that way!: Stopping toxic language in the workplace. Franklin Lakes, NJ: Career Press.

Blase, J. J. (2002). Breaking the silence : Overcoming the problem of principal mistreatment of teachers. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Costigan, L. (2003). Bullying and harassment in the workplace: A guide for employees, managers and employers. Dublin, Ireland: Columba Press.

Cowie, H., Naylor, P., Rivers, I., Smith, P. K., & Pereira, B. (2002). Measuring workplace bullying. Aggression and Violent Behavior. 7(1), 33-51.

Crawford, N. (1997). Bullying at work: A psychoanalytic perspective. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. 7(3), 219-225.

Davenport, N. (2002). Mobbing: Emotional abuse in the American workplace. Collins, IA: Civil Society Publishing.

Douglas, E. (2001). Bullying in the workplace: An organizational toolkit. Aldershot, Hampshire, UK: Gower Publishing.

Eardley, J. J. (2002). Bullying and stress in the workplace: An employers and employees guide. Dublin, Ireland: First Law.

Einarsen, S. (2002). Bullying and emotional abuse in the workplace; International perspectives in research and practice. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Field, T. (1996). Bully in sight: How to predict, resist, challenge and combat workplace bullying. Didcot, Oxfordshire, UK: Success Unlimited.

Fox, S., & Stallworth, L. E. (2005). Racial/ethnic bullying: Exploring links between bullying and racism in the US workplace. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 66(3), 438-456.

Futterman, S. (2004). When you work for a bully : Assessing your options and taking action. Montvale, NJ: Croce Publishing Group.

Glendinning, P. M. (2001). Workplace bullying: Curing the cancer of the American workplace. Public Personnel Management. 30(3), 269-286.

Graves, D. (2002). Fighting back: Overcoming bullying in the workplace. London: McGraw Hill.

Haden-Elgin, S. (2000). The gentle art of verbal self-defense at work. New York: Prentice Hall Press.

Hare, R., & Babiak, P. (2006). Snakes in suits: When psychopaths go to work. New York: Regan Books.

Horn, S. (2003). Take the bully by the horns : Stop unethical, uncooperative, or unpleasant people from running and ruining your life. New York: St. Martin's Griffin.

Hornstein, H. A. (1996). Brutal bosses and their prey: How to identify and overcome abuse in the workplace. New York: Riverhead Books.

Jennifer, D., Cowie, H., & Ananiadou, K. (2003). Perceptions and experience of workplace bullying in five different working populations. Aggressive Behavior. 29(6), 489-496.

Keashly, L. (1998). Emotional abuse at work: Conceptual and empirical issues. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 1.

Keashly, L., & Jagatic, K. (2000, January 27). Workplace abuse and aggression. Paper presented at Workplace Bullying 2000: Redefining Harassment, Oakland, CA.

Labor Occupational Health Program. (1997). Violence on the job: A guidebook for labor and management. Berkeley, CA: University of California, Berkeley.

Levine, D. S. (1998). Disgruntled: The darker side of the world of work. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Boulevard.

Lewis, D. (2004). Bullying at work: The impact of shame among university and college lecturers. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling. 32(3), 281-299.

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