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Title Youth suicide and bullying : challenges and strategies for prevention and intervention / edited by Peter Goldblum, Dorothy L. Espelage, Joyce Chu, Bruce Bongar.
Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2015]

Subject Bullying.
Bullying in schools.
Youth -- Suicidal behavior.
Suicide -- Prevention.
Alt Name Goldblum, Peter,
Espelage, Dorothy L.,
Chu, Joyce,
Bongar, Bruce,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Cover; Youth Suicide and Bullying; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgment; About the Editors; Contributors; Part one Overview: State of the Science and Current Challenges; 1 Facing the Challenges of Preventing Youth Suicide and Bullying; 2 Comment Chapter: Bullying and Suicide Prevention: Taking a Balanced Approach That Is Scientifically Informed; Part two Defining the Problem: Prevalence, Predictors, and Protectors; 3 Suicidal Risk as a Function of Bullying and Other Victimization Exposures; 4 Bullying and Mental Health.
5 Suicidal Ideation and Bullying: An Ecological Examination of Community Impact 6 Psychiatric Models of Bullying Involvement: The Impact of Perceived Psychiatric Illness on Victims, Bullies, and Bully-Victims; 7 Cyber-bullying and Suicide: Is There a Link? What Are the Roles of Traditional Bullying and the Media?; Part three Cultural Perspectives; 8 The Connection Between Bullying and Suicide in Ethnic Minority Populations; 9 Cultural Competence and Prevention Programming; 10 Suicide Ideation Among Sexual Minority Youth: The Effects of Bullying and Possible Protective Factors.
11 Suicide Risk Among Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Youth12 The Relation Between Suicidal Ideation and Bullying Victimization in a National Sample of Transgender and Non-Transgender Adolescents; Part four Explanatory Models; 13 Social-Psychological Model of Adolescent Suicide; 14 Bullying as a Sociocultural Pathway to Suicide; 15 Minority Stress and Suicide in Lesbians, Gay Men, and Bisexuals; Part five Educational Approaches; 16 Bullying, Rejection, and Isolation: Lessons Learned from Classroom Peer Ecology Studies.
17 The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program: Efforts to Address Risks Associated with Suicide and Suicide-Related Behaviors18 School-wide Bully Prevention Programs and Social-Emotional Learning Approaches to Preventing Bullying and Peer Victimization; 19 Welcoming Schools: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Gender-Inclusive Bullying Prevention in Elementary Schools; 20 The LET's CONNECT Intervention: Targeting Social Connectedness, Bullying, and Youth Suicide Risk; Part six Public Health Approaches; 21 National and State-Level Approaches to Youth Suicide and Bullying Prevention.
22 Bullying, Suicide, and the Media23 The Mental Health Consequences of Antibullying Policies; Part seven Conclusions and Future Directions; 24 Comment Chapter: Adapting Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents (IPT-A) for Adolescents Who Engage in Bullying Behaviors and Are at Risk for Suicide; 25 Developing an Ecological Approach to Address Challenges of Youth Bullying and Suicide: Recommendations for Research, Practice, Policy, and Training; Index.
Summary High profile media reports of young people committing suicide after experiencing bullying have propelled a national conversation about the nature and scope of this problem and the means to address it. Specialists have long known that involvement in bullying in any capacity (as the victim or as the perpetrator) is associated with higher rates of suicidal ideation and behaviors, but evidence about which bullying subtype is at greatest risk is more mixed. For instance, some studies have shown that the association between suicidal ideation and bullying is stronger for targets of bullying than perp.
ISBN 9780199950713 (electronic bk.)
0199950717 (electronic bk.)
9780199950706
0199950709
OCLC # 892911273
Additional Format Print version: Youth suicide and bullying 9780199950706 (DLC) 2014017940 (OCoLC)879983434



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