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Bully

Author : Jim Schutze
ISBN : 9780380723331
Genre : True Crime
File Size : 40. 67 MB
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Booby Kent was a bully--a steroid-pumped 20-year-old who dominated his peers in their comfortable, middle-class Ft. Lauderdale beach community through psychological, physical and sexual abuse. But on a summer night in 1993, Bobby was lured to the edge of the Florida everglades with a promise of sex and drugs. . .and was never seen alive again. The tormentor had become the victim in a bizarre and brutal act of vengeance carried out with ruthless efficiency and cold-blooded premeditation by seven of his high school acquaintances--including his lifelong best friend--and instigated by one overweight, underloved teenager who believed her life would be perfect. . .if only Bobby Kent were dead. BULLY is a riveting story of adolescent rage and bloody revenge--all the more harrowing and horrific because it s true.

Drama Schemes Themes Dreams

Author : Larry Swartz
ISBN : 9781551382531
Genre : Education
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This remarkable collection of resources shows teachers how to guide their students through the drama process. Drama Schemes, Themes & Dreams offers a comprehensive outline of improvisation and interpretation strategies that teachers can incorporate in classroom instruction. Organized around universal themes that invite students to make connections to texts and to each other, the book encourages students to consider their own identities and their place in the world. Each chapter is organized around a framework that will engage students as they experience a wealth of dramatic activity. This practical and useful book features a host of sources for improving classroom instruction, including scripts, monologues, poetry, novel excerpts, and visual images. Strategy Schemes provide a framework for structuring the learning. Pieces written expressly for inclusion in this book are contributed by experienced educators and artists. The selected strategies enrich the meaning-making, creative process, and critical skills that students need to succeed in school and in life. New and experienced teachers in all subject areas will find the help they need to create meaningful and innovative learning opportunities for all learners.

Bullying In A Cyber World

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ISBN : 9781741269826
Genre : Bullying in schools
File Size : 82. 66 MB
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Abuse An Encyclopedia Of Causes Consequences And Treatments

Author : Rosemarie Skaine
ISBN : 9781610695152
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 55. 20 MB
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This timely volume shows how abuse impacts every segment of society—and how society is seeking effective ways to respond. • Offers an introductory essay that places the subject in context and provides a framework within which to study and understand abuse • Features entries from leading scholars who provide a contemporary approach to the issues • Covers a wide range of types of abuse, individuals and organizations affected by abuse, and people working to reduce and eliminate abuse • Includes summaries of laws that apply to various forms of abuse • Provides a "topic finder" to assist readers in locating information relative to particular types of abuse

The Bully Society

Author : Jessie Klein
ISBN : 9781479860944
Genre : Education
File Size : 65. 52 MB
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Argues that the rise in school violence is the consequence of a society that promotes and encourages aggressive and competitive behavior, and proposes ways to transcend these destructive trends and stress compassion over bullying.

How A Blog Held Off The Most Powerful Union In America

Author : Paul Levy
ISBN : 9781467572552
Genre : Business & Economics
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The decline in private sector unions in America is well documented, but some unions have bucked this trend, most notably the 2.1 million member Service Employees International Union. Its former president liked to say: “We use the power of persuasion first. If it doesn’t work, we try the persuasion of power.” The targets of SEIU’s corporate campaigns find themselves on the defensive and, tied to traditional public responses, are often flummoxed by the intensity and thoroughness of the SEIU’s efforts. There is, however, a new arrow in the quiver that can be used by firms that are being attacked in a corporate campaign. Social media offers an effective remedy, if used early, thoughtfully, and decisively. This book tells the story of one such counter-campaign, a story of how a blog held off the most powerful union in America. With a foreword by Professor David P. Boyd, D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University. "What a fascinating story! This is a powerful lesson in winning a battle of perception with the modern tools of transparency and internet speed." Roni Zeiger MD, CEO Smart Patients. “Corporate campaigns by unions seek to bypass secret ballot elections that are provided for workers under current law. It was the genius of Paul Levy to capitalize on that anti-democratic deficiency in the union’s approach by shining the full light of exposure on this tactic. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis said that “Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants” and Paul’s use of social media and his blog was just the disinfectant needed to show a curious public that SEIU’s campaign against Beth Israel Deaconess was no public service, but a frequently outrageous effort at self-promotion and union organizing without having to do the actual hard work of persuading employees to vote that a union was truly in the workers’ interest.” Kenneth C. Robbins, JD, President, Illinois Hospital Association (1983-2009). "Paul Levy, an innovative, caring, thoughtful, and strategic hospital CEO, writes convincingly how he used a blog, a low cost vehicle, to help counter a well-financed union corporate campaign that sought a neutrality agreement and card check. This fascinating story deserves to be read, it offers lots of insights and useful lessons." Fred K. Foulkes, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Boston University . "Just as we have seen Arab Spring erupt from chaos because of the use of new forms of social media, and Ai Weiwei thwart the Chinese government with his use of the internet to spread his freedom message, Paul Levy’s effective use of the blogosphere to frame and advance his side of a union-management conflict illustrates how leaders can use social media effectively in a modern era of health care and business. Levy artfully tells the story of getting his hospital’s message out without having a war chest to spend on public relations. His persistent and effective use of social media evened the playing field and allowed him to keep diverse audiences informed and engaged." Harris A. Berman, M.D., Boston

Dear Bully Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

Author : Megan Kelley Hall
ISBN : 9780062060990
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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Today's top authors for teens and young people come together to share their stories about bullying—as bystanders, as victims, and as the bullies themselves—in this moving and deeply personal collection. Lauren Oliver, R. L. Stine, Ellen Hopkins, Carolyn Mackler, Kiersten White, Mo Willems, Jon Scieszka, Lauren Kate, and many more contributed 70 heartfelt and empathetic stories from each corner of the schoolyard. In addition, Dear Bully includes resources for teens, educators, and parents, and suggestions for further reading. Supports the Common Core State Standards

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