Dr.Ken Rigby, an Adjunct Associate Professor of Social Psychology and
an educational consultant based at the University of South Australia
says "Currently the best available book is by Peter Randall (1997) :
Adult Bullying: perpetrators and victims, London: Routledge."
Community Approach to Bullying . Peter Randall | Hardback |
Trentham Books | 1996 This work opens up new perspectives on the problem
of bullying and its alleviation. It argues that the causes arise not
just in schools but in the wider community. Examining families, homes
and the culture of local communities, it maps out new, integrated strategies
that involve schools and their communities in creating more comprehensive
and effectibe strategies to combat the scourge that afflicts many thousands
of young people and adults.
Bullying Peter Randall Bullying amongst school children has
received much media attention, but many child bullies grow up into adult
bullies and continue their tactics in the workplace and the neighbourhood.
This is a subject which has been largely ignored, yet it is clear that
adult victims are caused as much distress as children. The author's
research suggests that as many as one in 15 adults are affected by bullying.
Bullying Peter Randall