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VI. RESOURCES
  1. References on Bullying
  2. Books for Students: (Primary)
  3. Books for Students: (Intermediate)
  4. Literature for Parents
  5. Literature for Educators: Articles
  6. Literature for Educators: Books
  7. Videotapes and Films for Educators and Parents
  8. Lessons from Canada
  9. Websites on Bullying and Related Resources
VI A. REFERENCES ON BULLYING

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Besay, V. (2004).
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Blechman, E.A. & Bopp, J.M. (2005).
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Bohlin, K.E., Farmer, D., & Ryan, K. (2001).
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Christopherson, E. R., & Mortweet, S. L. (2003).
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Community Masters (2003).
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Cowie, H. (2000).
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Cowie, H, & Sharp, S. ( 1992).
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Cunningham. C.E., Cunningham, L.J., and Martorelli, V. (2001).
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Curwin, R. L., & Mendler, A. N. (1997).
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Curwin, R. L., & Mendler, A. N. (1999).
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Dahlberg, L., Toal, S.B., Swahn, M., & Behrens, C. B. (2005).
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Dannemiller, J.L., (Ed.) (2003).
Violent children [Special Issue]
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Department of Education and Science (1993).
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DeRosier, M.E. (2004).
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When interventions harm-Peer groups and problem behavior.
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Drummard, T. (1993).
The Student Risk Screening Scale.
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Dwyer, K., Osher, D., & Warger, C. (1998).
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Eddy, J. M., Reid, J.B., & Fetrow, R.A. (2000).
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Embry, D.D. (2002).
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Epstein, L., Plog, A., & Porter, W. (2002).
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Espelage, D. L., & Swearer, S. M. (Eds.). (2004).
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Eyberg, S. (1992).
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Forehand, R., & Long, N. (2002).
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Fox, J.A., Elliott, D.S., et al. (2003)
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Funk, J., Elliot, R., Bechtoldt, H., Pasold, T., & Tsavoussis, A. (2003).
The Attitude Towards Violence Scale-Child Version.
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Galloway, D. & Roland, E. (2004).
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Garmston, R.J. & Wellman, B.M. (1999).
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Garrity, C., Baris, M., & Porter, W. (2000).
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Garrity, C., Jens, K., Porter, W., Sager, N. & Short-Camilli, C. (2004).
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Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

Geffner, R.A., Loring, M. & Young, C. (2001).
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Goldstein, A.P., & McGinnis, E. (2000).
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