Routledge is proud to support Anti-Bullying Week (14th-18th November) by showcasing some of the influential and engaging content from Pastoral Care in Educationand our wider Education portfolio. The campaign’s slogan ‘Stop and think – words can hurt’ is an important message to remember as the campaign this year focuses strongly on tackling verbal bullying.This theme is becoming increasingly more important in academic circles as there is a rising amount of interest and research around the theme of Anti-Bullying.
Pastoral Care in Education: Editors’Recommendations
With Anti-Bullying Week in mind, Stan Tucker, the Editor of Pastoral Care in Education, has carefully chosen a collection of articles from the journal. This is an area that he is verypassionate about and the journal is constantly striving to represent academic content in this field. Take a look at these articles today to learn more about this ever-growing field… Indirectaggression, bullying and female teen victimization: a literature review Mary F. Catanzaro Contested urban spaces: exploring the analytics of young persons’ experiences of living in Glasgow’s deprived zonesChris Holligan & Ross Deuchar FREE ACCESS Cyberbullying: sanctions or sensitivity? Helen Cowie & Pat Colliety School-based peer mediation as a strategy for social inclusion John Noaks & Lesley NoaksPupils’ perceptions of bullying and disruptions to concentration and attention to school work Michael Boulton Coming soon! Mimetic theory and scapegoating in the age of cyberbullying: the case of PhoebePrince James O’Higgins Norman & Justin Connolly Volume 29 Issue 4, December 2011 To learn more about what the journal has to offer visit:
Why not submit your paper to the forthcoming Special Issue:Violence, Aggression and Support: an explanation of the experiences of children and young people in school? Specific focus will be given to understanding how violence and aggression impacts on the...