Psychology of Bullying

Defines various forms of bullying, associated behavioral traits, and prevalence. Describes individual, family, and social factors related to child and youth bullying. Explains bias-based bullying including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities. Discusses cyber bullying and associated problems. Describes bullying within friendships. Discusses intervention and treatment strategies for child and youth bullying. Outlines the problem of office and workplace bullying and how to respond to it.
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Homestudy Outline

Hour 1

  1.  Defining Bullying
  2.  Prevalence of Bullying
  3.  Effects of Bullying
  4.  Individual Family & Social Factors Associated with Bullying
  5.  Peer Relationships: Social Competence, Peer Acceptance, Popularity, & Likeability


Hour 2

  1.  Identifying & Responding To Child & Youth Bullying
  2.  The Problem of Cyberbullying
  3.  Bullying within Frienships
  4.  Physical Health and Intellectual Functioning
  5.  Dealing with Bullying in Friendships


Hour 3

  1.   Intervention & Treatment Strategies for Child & Youth Bullying
  2.   Workplace Bullying
  3.   How to help someone who is bullied in the workplace
  4.   Summary

 

Learning Objectives

  1. Define various forms of bullying, associated behavioral traits, and prevalence.
  2. Describe individual, family, and social factors related to child and youth bullying.
  3. Explain bias-based bullying including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities.
  4. Discuss cyber bullying and associated problems.
  5. Describe bullying within friendships.
  6. Discuss intervention and treatment strategies for child and youth bullying.
  7. Outline the problem of office and workplace bullying and how to respond to it.
Products specifications
Instructor B. Sternberg, Ph.D.
Contact Hours: 3
# of Pages 43
More Information About This Course: Psychology of Bullying accreditation
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