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Bullying: A Complete Guide to the Support Group Method

Bullying: A Complete Guide to the Support Group Method

168 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Previously referred to as The No Blame Approach, the work of George and Barbara has been popular amongst practitioners but criticised by politicians. This publication incorporates an updated edition of their best selling Crying For Help and charts the recent controversy which lead to the removal of the method as a recommended intervention from the DfES website.

For those who are interested in understanding, using and evaluating the method, this will provide a clear practical guide and an explanation of the theory underpinning the work.

1 - Setting the scene
2 - Introducing the No Blame Approach
3 - Bullying in schools and society
4 - The frequency of bullying in schools
5 - The parents' stories
6 - Victims
7 - Bullies
8 - What is the No Blame Approach?
9 - 101 ways to use the approach
10 - Accounts from colleagues
11 - Promoting the No Blame Approach
12 - Conclusion

George Robinson

Barbara Maines

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