A collection of essays that examines opposing viewpoints on topics related to cyberbullying, including whether it is a serious problem or not, if it should be a criminal offense, and how it can be prevented.
Bullying - Piehl, Norah
Call Number: 302.3 PIE
Publication Date: 2009
A collection of fourteen essays that provides varying perspectives on topics about bullying, such as how it affects victims and perpetrators, non-traditional forms of bullying, and how individuals overcome it.
Letters to a bullied girl : messages of healing and hope - Gardner, Olivia with Emily and Sarah Buder.
Call Number: 302.3 GAR
Publication Date: 2008
Presents a selection from the thousands of letters written to offer comfort and support to Olivia Gardner, a girl who became the victim of bullying after suffering an epileptic seizure in school, and whose story was heard by sisters Emily and Sarah Buder who took it upon themselves to start the letter writing campaign.
The courage to be yourself : true stories by teens about cliques, conflicts, and overcoming peer pressure - Desetta, Al
Call Number: 305.235 COU
Publication Date: 2005
Twenty-six real teenagers describe their experiences with peer pressure, exclusion, teasing, bullying, and other forms of disrespect because of their ethnicity, sexual orientation, weight, clothing, interests, refusal to do drugs, and other reasons and discuss their struggles to be true to themselves.
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