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Bullying, Cyberbullying and Student Well-Being in Schools
Comparing European, Australian and Indian Perspectives

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Peter K. Smith, Suresh Sundaram, Damanjit Sandhu, Catherine Blaya, Mechthild Schafer, Barbara Spears, Marilyn Campbell, Margaret Kettle, Grace Skrzypiec, Phillip Slee, Shubhdip Kaur, Fran Thompson, Adam Rutland, Alice Jones, Kirandeep Kaur, Silvia Koller, Reda Gedutiene, Ruthaychonnee Sittichai, Manuel Stoiber, Tamara Bramböck, Hannes Letsch, Klaus Starch, Frits Goossens, Jeroen Pronk, Nikki Lee, Tjeert Olthof, Sajeeth Kumar Gopalakrishnan, Shubdeep Kaur, Carmel Taddeo, Lesley-Anne Ey, Alexander Stretton, Toby Carslake, Colette Langos, Alison Wotherspoon, Wanda Cassidy, Chantal Faucher, Margaret Jackson, Dewey Cornell, Kathan Shukla
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  • Date Published: June 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107189393

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  • School bullying and cyberbullying are widely recognized as an international problem, but publications have focused on the western tradition of research. In India, recognition of these issues and research on the topics have been emerging in recent years. Beginning with cross-cultural differences across Indian, European and Australian contexts, this volume provides direct empirical comparisons between western and Indian situations. It then discusses innovative ways of hearing the views of students, pre-service teachers and teachers, featuring a range of qualitative and quantitative methodologies. The concluding commentaries from North American investigators provide a further international perspective from another region where much progress in researching these areas has been made. Together this ground-breaking collection comprises contributions from four continents on the prevalent issues of bullying, cyberbullying and student well-being.

    • Provides in-depth information on the issues of bullying, cyberbullying and school safety in India
    • Offers a clear comparison between India, Australia and some European countries
    • Presents North American perspectives to show how this research is viewed from the USA and Canada
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    • Date Published: June 2018
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107189393
    • length: 374 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 157 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.65kg
    • contains: 28 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Issues in Studying Cross-National Differences:
    1. Introduction Peter K. Smith, Suresh Sundaram, Damanjit Sandhu, Catherine Blaya, Mechthild Schäfer and Barbara Spears
    2. Societal and cultural considerations in understanding peer bullying in India Marilyn Campbell, Margaret Kettle and Suresh Sundaram
    3. Bullying or peer aggression? A pilot study with Punjabi adolescents Grace Skrzypiec, Phillip Slee, Damanjit Sandhu and Shubhdip Kaur
    4. Issues in cross-national comparisons and the meaning of words for bullying in different languages Peter K. Smith, Fran Thompson, Adam Rutland, Alice Jones, Suresh Sundaram, Damanjit Sandhu, Kirandeep Kaur, Barbara Spears, Silvia Koller, Reda Gedutiene, Ruthaychonnee Sittichai and Yulia Kovas
    Part II. Comparative Data on Bullying:
    5. Cyberviolence and cyberbullying in Europe and India: a literature review Catherine Blaya, Kirandeep Kaur and Damanjit Sandhu
    6. Cyberbullying in higher education in India and France: an empirical investigation Catherine Blaya, Kirandeep Kaur, Damanjit Sandhu and Suresh Sundaram
    7. Participant roles in bullying: what data from Indian classes can tell us about the phenomenon Mechthild Schäfer, Manuel Stoiber, Tamara Bramböck, Hannes Letsch, Klaus Starch and Suresh Sundaram
    8. Bullying, defending and victimization in Western Europe and India: similarities and differences Frits Goossens, Jeroen Pronk, Nikki Lee, Tjeert Olthof, Mechthild Schäfer, Manuel Stoiber, Suresh Sundaram, Sajeeth Kumar Gopalakrishnan, Damanjit Sandhu, Kirandeep Kaur and Shubdeep Kaur
    9. Defining the relationship between risk-taking and bullying during adolescence: a cross-cultural comparison Nikki C. Lee, Jeroen Pronk, Tjeert Olthof, Damanjit Sandhu, Shubhdip Kaur and Frits A. Goossens
    Part III. Working with Students and Teachers:
    10. PhotoStory: a legitimate research tool in cross-cultural research Phillip Slee, Grace Skrzypiec, Damanjit Sandhu, Kirandeep Kaur and Marilyn Campbell
    11. Pre-service teachers' understanding of bullying in Australia and India: implications for practice Barbara Spears, Carmel Taddeo, Lesley-Anne Ey, Alexander Stretton, Toby Carslake, Colette Langos, Damanjit Sandhu and Suresh Sundaram
    12. Indian perspectives on bullying and cyberbullying: documentary interviews with teachers and educational professionals from Punjabi and Tamil Nadu Alison Wotherspoon, Barbara Spears, Damanjit Sandhu and Suresh Sundaram
    13. Exchanging ideas: anti-bullying intervention including peer and parent support strategies Fran Thompson, Peter K. Smith, Catherine Blaya, Shubhdip Kaur and Suresh Sundaram
    14. Bullying, law and pre-service teachers' perspectives: Australian and Indian contexts Colette Langos, Barbara Spears, Carmel Taddeo, Lesley-Anne Ey, Toby Carslake, Alexander Stretton, Damanjit Sandhu and Suresh Sundaram
    Part IV. Commentaries from North America:
    15. Looking below the surface: a Canadian perspective on cyberbullying in schools and universities Wanda Cassidy, Chantal Faucher and Margaret Jackson
    16. Bullying and school climate in the United States and India Dewey Cornell and Kathan Shukla
    17. Editorial reflections.

  • Editors

    Peter K. Smith, Goldsmiths, University of London

    Suresh Sundaram, Annamalai University

    Barbara A. Spears, University of South Australia

    Catherine Blaya, Université de Nice, Sophia Antipolis

    Mechthild Schäfer, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munchen

    Damanjit Sandhu, Punjabi University, Patiala

    Contributors

    Peter K. Smith, Suresh Sundaram, Damanjit Sandhu, Catherine Blaya, Mechthild Schafer, Barbara Spears, Marilyn Campbell, Margaret Kettle, Grace Skrzypiec, Phillip Slee, Shubhdip Kaur, Fran Thompson, Adam Rutland, Alice Jones, Kirandeep Kaur, Silvia Koller, Reda Gedutiene, Ruthaychonnee Sittichai, Manuel Stoiber, Tamara Bramböck, Hannes Letsch, Klaus Starch, Frits Goossens, Jeroen Pronk, Nikki Lee, Tjeert Olthof, Sajeeth Kumar Gopalakrishnan, Shubdeep Kaur, Carmel Taddeo, Lesley-Anne Ey, Alexander Stretton, Toby Carslake, Colette Langos, Alison Wotherspoon, Wanda Cassidy, Chantal Faucher, Margaret Jackson, Dewey Cornell, Kathan Shukla

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