By Meline Kevorkian, Robin D'Antona
Everyone concerned with the care and welfare of youngsters and teens is faced with the problem of bullying, that is one in all life's significant pressures dealing with young ones. Bullying behaviors create an uncomfortable, threatening, or even adversarial setting that make it tricky for kids to learn.
101 evidence approximately Bullying is designed to collapse what the study says approximately bullying and its results, providing principles for what can and will be performed to lessen or lessen it.
Kevorkian systematically discusses subject matters starting from relational bullying to cyber bullying to media and video violence to the felony ramifications of bullying, debunking delusion and uncloaking the evidence approximately bullying and its prevention.
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Because it is clear from this study and from other studies of female adolescent sexuality that all girls are denied safe spaces for their own sexual feelings, my primary goal in organizing the girls’ narratives was to highlight their commonality as girls coming of age in a patriarchal society. I report the results of this analysis in the next section of this chapter and in Chapters 3, 4, and 5. ” She formulates the erotic as “the sensual—those physical, emotional, and psychic expressions of what is deepest and strongest and richest within each of us .
Sexual stories ﬂow through this power. The power to tell a story, or indeed not to tell a story, under the conditions of one’s own choosing, is part of the political process” (p. 26). Before moving on to the girls’ stories of desire, I voices of desire 49 want to emphasize that their personal stories serve to refract the larger societal denial of and ambivalence about female sexuality. Most girls were not conscious of this political dimension of their desire, but the ones who were embraced what they realized was their hard-won sexual subjectivity deﬁantly and ﬁercely.
7 Thus, thinking about heterosexuality as an institution includes but is not limited to the idea of heterosexuality as a sexual orientation, that is, as simply desiring the opposite sex. What is most compelling about Rich’s theory is that she showed how heterosexuality is “a political institution which disempowers women” (p. 182). She revealed this institution as an institution by naming and connecting what appear to be separate features of society, thereby identifying its invisible contours. By linking these various features of social life, she showed how the institution of heterosexuality functions by being nowhere in particular and at the same time embedded in every aspect of society and social life.
101 Facts about Bullying: What Everyone Should Know by Meline Kevorkian, Robin D'Antona