5 edition of Girls and Aggression found in the catalog.
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|Contributions||Marlene M. Moretti (Editor), Candice Odgers (Editor), Margaret Jackson (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||272|
Girls, aggression, and intersectionality: transforming the discourse of "mean girls" in the United States. PDF | On , Jane Gilgun and others published Girls' Aggression and Child Welfare Social Work: A Series of 13 Blogs | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
NPR coverage of Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls by Rachel Simmons. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. From media images of "mean girls" to the disproportionate punishment of Black, Latina and/or queer girls in schools and the justice system, female aggression has become a public concern. Scholars, educators, policymakers and parents are scrambling to respond to the perceived upsurge in girls' bullying, peer pressure, and aggression/violence.
While several recent popular books address the topic of girls' "meanness" to one another, this volume offers the first balanced, scholarly analysis of scientific knowledge in this area. Integrating current research on emotion regulation, gender, and peer relations, the book examines how girls are socialized to experience and express anger and aggression from infancy through adolescence. The Book "Odd Girls Out" written by Rachel Simmons is a insightful read for girls and their mothers. It explains the hidden culture of girls aggression and what causes this to happen. Also it discloses personal stories of what others have gone through. Above is a video of and interview with Simmons about how girls show aggression.
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This book looks at types of bullying behavior that the author found to be more common among girls--subtle and more difficult to spot or control than physical aggression.
Ruth Ann Phimister is /5(). Relational Aggression in Girls Perfect Paperback – July 1, by Jamie Kupkovits (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from 5/5(2). Aggression, specifically social and relational aggression, among girls has received a considerable amount of attention recently, especially given the publication of books such as Rachel Simmons’ Odd Girl Out in However, whereas Simmons’ account of aggression in girls took a more qualitative view of the subject, Marion Underwood’s Social Aggression Among Girls acted as a companion Author: Sara King, Daniel A Waschbusch.
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About The Book Brand: HMH Books. This book is long over due. It has to be one of the most important books on female social behavior I've ever read. Author Rachel Simmon's explains in graphic detail how boys tend to bully acquaintances or strangers but Girls and Aggression book attack within tightly knit friendship networks, making aggression harder to identify and intensifying the damage to the victims so the impact can be felt well into adulthood.5/5(5).
Girls, Aggression and Intersectionality examines how intersecting social identities – such as race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, age, and others - shape media representations of, and criminal justice reactions to, female aggression.
The book focuses on three overarching questions: How do race, class, and/or sexuality influence media images of. Although research on aggressive men and boys has been plentiful, much less attention has Girls and Aggression book directed toward aggression in girls and women. The increasing number of young women who find themselves living violent lives, both as perpetrators and victims, has led to urgent calls for more information on understanding what causes, what perpetuates and what can be done about this problem.
Girls and Aggression. Perspectives in Law & Psychology (Book 19) Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.
Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Springer US. "Social Aggression among Girls demystifies and corrects the misconceptions we have about young girls and their aggressive behavior.
Clearly written, well researched, and with useful clinical examples and implications, this is an important book."--Harold S. Koplewicz, MD, New York University Child Study CenterBrand: Guilford Publications, Inc. The Secret Lives of Girls: What Good Girls Really Do - Sex Play, Aggression, and Their Guilt.
New York, NY: Free Press, Pollack, W. Real Boys: Rescuing Our Sons From the Myths of Boyhood. New York, NY: Henry Holt, Simmons, R. Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls. New York, NY: Harcourt Brace, 8. Books shelved as aggression: The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness by Erich Fromm, The Murderer Next Door: Why the Mind Is Designed to Kill by David M.
While this book uses the term bullying rather than relational aggression, it is still a helpful resource for RA since it covers many covert behaviors. Friendship Troubles by American Girl Some students struggle with relational aggression because they have a hard time believing that their friend is bullying them.
Addressing this need, Girls and Aggression presents a range of interdisciplinary perspectives on risk and protective factors, developmental pathways and intervention principles specific to the problem of aggression and violence in the lives of young women.
Contributions come from the fields of psychology, criminology, education, and sociology. I had mixed emotions about the novel "Odd Girl Out" written by Rachel Simmons. I enjoyed how the book went into depth about such a unique and overlooked topic of aggression in girls.
Rarely do we get the chance to learn about bullying or aggression in girls because it is more of a mental game compared to the more physical bullying amongst boys/5.
When Little Girls Are Mean: Helping Young Girls Handle Relational Aggression Monica feels confident again. One of the few books for younger children that addresses more subtle relational aggression, this book firmly drives home the message that no one deserves to.
Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls by journalist Rachel Simmons is a work of nonfiction that explores the ways in which girls express their anger in a culture that tends to accept the obvious aggressive acts of boys such as physical confrontations, but tends to encourage a more subtle handling of such feelings in girls.
Layout of the Book The Anger and Aggression Workbook is designed to be used either independently or as part of an integrated curriculum. You may administer one of the assessments and the journaling exercises to an individual or a group with whom you are working, or you may administer a number of the assessments over one or more days.
But it is easy to miss the subtle signs of aggression in girls--the dirty looks, the taunting notes, or the exclusion from the group-that send girls home crying. In Odd Girl Out, Rachel Simmons focuses on these interactions and provides language for the indirect aggression that runs through the lives and friendships of girls.
These exchanges. Uploaded for educational purposes only. TVO no longer monitoring copyrights for this clip. Book Review: Girls, Aggression, and Intersectionality: Transforming the Discourse of “Mean Girls” in the United States Edited by Krista McQueeney and Alicia Girgenti-Malone Carol Ann Jackson Gender & Society 1, Author: Carol Ann Jackson.
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On Monday. morning in the Upper School building, students congregated languidly.Ten chapters of this powerful book highlight the current understanding of the development of aggression by girls. It is a very comprehensive scholarly review on the nature of girls’ aggression that cuts through domains of development, diagnostic clarification and social contexts and : Pratibha Reebye.