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Bullying: Additional Resources

A guide to sources for bullying research at College of Coastal Georgia.

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  • types of bullying
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Websites Addressing Issues of Bullying

  • Speaking OUT Against Bullying
    This collection of web resources is being compiled by the GLBT Round Table of the American Library Association. While some resources focus specifically on bullying as it related to GLBT youth, there are excellent resources that deal with bullying and its vicitims regardless of orientation, gender, race, national origin, etc. A few of these resources are highlighted below.
  • Make It Better Project
    "The Make It Better Project gives youth the tools they need to make their schools better now! Through our website and YouTube channel, youth and adults can work together to make schools safer for LGBT youth right now." While the main focus is on LGBT youth, resources found on this site can be useful in helping to address broader concerns with bullying.
  • "Stop Bullying: Speak Up!" CNN Resource Guide on Bullying
  • U.S. Department of Education: Letter to Educators
  • U.S. Government: Bullying Prevention and Response
    A multi-agency effort within the U.S government created the Inter-Agency Task Force on Bullying. In August of 2010, "the Obama administration hosted the first ever National Bullying Summit and launched both the Stop Bullying Now! Campaign and bullyinginfo.org, a national database of effective anti-bullying programs." See below for the link to the "Stop Bullying Now!" campaign web site.
  • Stop Bullying Now!
  • Southern Poverty Law Center
    The Southern Poverty Law Center offers a wealth of information and resources for teaching children (and adults) about tolerance and respect. The Center's "Teaching Tolerance" magazine is carried by our library.
  • MTV : A Thin Line
    "MTV's A Thin Line campaign was developed to empower youth to identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse. The campaign is built on the understanding that there's a "thin line" between what may begin as a harmless joke and something that could end up having a serious impact on you or someone else."
  • Cyberbullying Research Center
    "The Cyberbullying Research Center is directed by Dr. Sameer Hinduja (Florida Atlantic University) and Dr. Justin Patchin (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire). They have been studying cyberbullying since 2002 and first launched this web site in 2005."
  • Bullying: the Elephant in the School Yard
    From School Library Journal, a list of resources for K-12.

Open for Questions at the Bullying Prevention Summit

Domestic Policy Advisor Melody Barnes, Facebook Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan, MTV Vice President for Public Affairs Jason Rzepka and Rosalind Wiseman take questions from the public via Facebook on bullying prevention. March 10, 2011

School Bullying Laws in the United States --- June 2010

Statewide school bullying laws and policies in the United States, especially as they pertain to sexual orientation and gender identity
 
   Law prohibits bullying of students based on sexual orientation and gender identity
   Law prohibits bullying of students based on sexual orientation
   School regulation or ethical code for teachers that address bullying of students based on sexual orientation
   Law prohibits bullying in school but lists no categories of protection
   No statewide law that specifically prohibits bullying in schools