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Name-Calling and Teasing: Information for Parents and Educators

1 NASP Behavior Problems Name-Calling and Teasing By BethM. Levy, MA, CAGS, NCSP Bedford (NY) Central School District Adults often un dere stimatethestr ess and anguish teasing and name-calling cause children.

Teasing

Teasing At all ages, students rated teasing as the most frequent bullying behavior. There are some conflicting attitudes regarding teasing because teasing is an ambiguous term.

WHAT IS TEASING?

WHAT IS TEASING? 1. What is teasing? _____ _____ _____ 2.

HELPING CHILDREN HANDLE TEASING

CENTER FOR EFFECTIVE PARENTING HELPING CHILDREN HANDLE TEASING At some point or another, almost all children have to endure teasing from friends, classmates, siblings, etc.

Sucha Tease: Intentional Sexual Provocation within ...

Measures Sexual teasing Participants completed a brief measure designed specifically for this study t o assess whether they had ever engaged in sexual teasing.

Hostile Hallways: Bullying, Teasing, and Sexual Harassment in ...

page 1 of 2 Highlights from the American Association of University Women's Hostile Hallways: Bullying, Teasing, and Sexual Harassment in School (www.aauw.org/2000/hostile.html) The report describes the findings of a nationally representative survey of 2,064 eighth- through 11th-graders regarding ...

A Brief Look at the Differences Between Teasing and Bullying

A Brief Look at the Differences Between Teasing and Bullying www.jeffdess.com I am very passionate about this topic, as I know so many of you are.

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By Beth M. Levy, MA, CAGS, NCSP Bedford (NY) Central School District Adults often underestimate the stress and anguish teasing and name-calling cause children.

Teasing Is No Joke!

M ost children get teased on occasion. But for some children, teasing is a sad fact of daily life. Children who are perceived as "different" may be targeted more than others.

Teasing in Hierarchical and Intimate Relations

1232 KELTNER, YOUNG, HEEREY, OEMIG, AND MONARCH conversations (e.g., Drew, 1987; Eder, 1991) and parent-child interactions (e.g., Dunn & Brown, 1994), they have surveyed relationship idiom (e.g., Baxter, 1992), and they have written ethnographies of teasing in different cultures (e.g., Eisenberg ...