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books and suggested reading on bullying, harassment, discrimination, stress, child suicide,
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Suggested reading on bullying, harassment,
child suicide, violence, stress, trauma and PTSD

Updated 15 September 2004

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Bullying at work | Stress | New! Authoritarian systems
Bullying and child suicide
| Trauma, PTSD and psychiatric injury
Sexual harassment | Harassment, violence and stalking
Violent partners | Abuse | Whistleblowing | Violence at work | Freemasonry
Psychopathic Personality | The damage caused by a psychopath in the family
Violence | Narcissism | School bullying | Gay issues
Assertiveness, building self-confidence and self-esteem
Books recommended by readers, surfers and survivors

Bullying at work

Bully in sight: how to predict, resist, challenge and combat worplace bullyingBully in sight: how to predict, resist, challenge and combat workplace bullying, Tim Field, Success Unlimited, 1996, ISBN 0952912104. Foreword by Diana Lamplugh OBE. An insider's view which validates the experience of bullying, identifies the serial bully, and describes the injury to health caused by bullying and harassment. Fourth printing. Over 11,000 copies sold. [Order a signed copy]


Bullying at Work by Andrea Adams Bullying at Work, Andrea Adams with Neil Crawford, Virago, 1992, ISBN 1-85381-542-X. The seminal (original) book on workplace bullying.


Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace, Davenport, Schwartz, and Elliott, Civil Society Publishing, July 1999, ISBN 0-9671803-0-9. Cost $14.95 ($21.95 in Canada); can be ordered directly from BookMasters Inc, PO Box 388, Ashland, OH 44805, USA, Tel (800) 247-6553, e-mail or through your local bookstore.

Fighting Back: overcoming bullying in the workplace, David Graves, McGraw Hill, 2002, ISBN 0-07-709951-6

The Dragon Complex: strategies for identifying and conquering workplace abuse, Winnifred Taylor PhD, Patrick C Dorin PhD, John Taylor PhD

Bullying in the Workplace - an occupational Hazard, Helene Richards and Sheila Freeman, HarperCollins, May 2002.

Dignity at Work: Eliminate Bullying and Create a Positive Working Environment, Pauline Rennie Peyton, Brunner-Routledge, September 2003

Abuse in the Workplace: Management Remedies and Bottom Line Impact, Emily S. Bassman, Quorum, 1992, Westport, CT, ISBN 0-8993-0673-X

Brutal Bosses and their Prey: How to Identify and Overcome Abuse in the Workplace, Harvey A Hornstein,
Riverhead Books, New York, 1996, ISBN 0-57322-586-X, pbk

Adult bullying: perpetrators and victims by Peter RandallAdult bullying: perpetrators and victims, Peter Randall, Routledge, 1996, ISBN 0-415-12673-8. 


Bullying in Adulthood: assessing the bullies and their victims, Peter Randall, Brunner-Routledge, 2001, ISBN 0415236932

corporate hyenasCorporate Hyenas at Work! How to spot and outwit them by being Hyenawise, Susan Marais and Magriet Herman, Kagiso Publishers, November 1997, R75.00, ISBN 0-7986-4885-6.

The verbally abusive relationship by Patricia EvansThe Verbally Abusive Relationship: how to recognize it and how to respond, Patricia Evans, Adams, ISBN 1-55850-582-2. Recommended, especially if you're dealing with a psychologically violent partner, co-worker, or manager.

Controlling People: How to Recognize, Understand, and Deal with People Who Try to Control You, Patricia Evans, to be published 31 January 2002.

Silent Hell: workplace violence and bullying, Dr Charmaine Hockley, March 2002, ISBN 1-876087-54-4, for details and order form email

Harassment, Bullying and Violence at Work, Angela Ishmael with Bunmi Alemoru, 1999, ISBN 1-85835-104-9

Bullying and sexual harassment, Tina Stephens, IPD, 1999, £9.99, ISBN 0-8529282-5-4

Bullying in the workplace: an organisational toolkit, Elaine Douglas, Gower Publishing, 2001, £95, ISBN 0-566-08408-2 (paperback) or ISBN 0-566-08275-6 (loose-leaf)

Bully Off!, Jo Clifton and Heather Serdar, Russell House Publishing, 2000, ISBN 1-898944-66-X, £14.95 + £1.50 p&p, 91pages A4 spiral bound for easy photocopying. Email, tel 01297 443948

The Bullying Culture [in the NHS], Ruth Hadikin and Muriel O'Driscoll, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000, ISBN 0-7506-5201

Bully Proof, Jean Kelly, Aurora Books (, 1999, £9.99, ISBN 0-9535314-0-6

Work abuse: how to recognize and survive it, Wyatt & Hare, Schenkman Books, 1997, $19.95, ISBN 0-87047-109-0 [For details email; Schenkman's web site is at]

Bullyproof yourself at work! Personal strategies to stop the hurt from harassment, Gary Namie PhD & Ruth Namie PhD, DoubleDoc Press, 1999, ISBN 0966862953

Workplace Bullying, Charlotte Rayner, Helge Hoel and Cary Cooper, October 2001, Taylor & Francis, 11 New Fetter Lane, London EC4P 4EE, Tel +44 (0)8700 768853 or +44 (0)1264 343 071, email Elizabeth Lyell for an order form.

Bullying: From Backyard to Boardroom, McCarthy-Sheehan-Wilkie (Eds), Federation Press, May 2001, [UK/Europe: Blackstone Press, tel 0208 740 1173; fax 0208 743 2292; New Zealand: Dunmore Press. tel +6 358 7169, fax + 6 357 9242; North America: Wm W Gaunt & Son. tel + 800 942 8683, fax +813 778 5252] [More details at]

Breaking the silence: overcoming the problem of principal mistreatment of teachers, Joseph Blase and Jo Blase, Corwin Press, August 2002

Eliminating professors: a guide to the dismissal process, Kenneth Westhues, Kempner Collegium Publications, 1998, ISBN 0-7734-8210-5. See description at

Bullying, Issues, Volume 13, a concise, comprehensive and readable overview of child and adult bullying by leading authorities. Independence Educational Publishers, PO Box 295, Cambridge CB1 3XP, UK, Tel +44 (0)1223 566130 Fax +44 (0)1223 566131, credit card orders +44 (0)1223 576435

Stop mobbing. Resistere alla violenza psicologica sul posto di lavoro (Stop mobbing. Resisting psychological violence at work), Antonio A. Casilli, Rome, DeriveApprodi, 2000. In Italian. Foreword by Paul McCarthy from the Australian Beyond Bullying Association. Antonio A. Casilli, MAP book series Editor, DeriveApprodi Srl, via Visso 12-14, 00157 - Rome, Italy. To order copy of the book: tel +39 06 4121 9614, fax +39 06 4124 9505, email, website:

New! De onde og de dumme (The Evil and the Stupid), Anne-Grete Jelstrup and Hans-Otto Loldrup. In Danish. Deals with destructive management from experiences of the interviewed persons. 

Managing Britannia, Robert Protherough and John Pick deals with the destructive feature of managerialism, the culture and management in modern Britain. March 2002, The Brynmill Press Ltd

Unshrink The People establishes the clear link between happy employees, satisfied customers, profitable companies, growing economies and healthy societies

In Spanish

El maltrata psicologico: como defenderse del mobbing y otras formas de acoso, Jose Luis Gonzalez de Rivera. Con descripcion de las mas eficaces tecnicas disgnosticas y terapeuticas. Details: Instituto de Psicoterapia e Investigacion Psicosomatica, avenida de Filipinas, 52 - 8ºB 28003 Madrid, teléfono de pedidos: 902 10 52 10, fax 34 91 534 29 41, email

In Japanese

Bullying at Work in Japan (in Japanese), Yujiro Tokunaga, Neil Crawford, Rika Sato, NHK Publications, Tokyo, 1997, ISBN 4-14-080349-5


xxxStress and employer liability, Earnshaw & Cooper, IPD, 1996, ISBN 0-85292-615-4. A guide for anyone dealing with the legal side of stress and bullying. An updated edition of this book is in preparation.

Why zebras don't get ulcers: an updated guide to stress, stress-related diseases, and coping, Robert M Sapolsky, Freeman, 1998, ISBN 0-7167-3210-6. What prolonged negative stress (such as that caused by bullying, coercion, harassment and abuse) does to the body. Comprehensive.

Understanding stress breakdown, 3rd edition, Dr William Wilkie, Newleaf, 1999, ISBN 0 7171 2919 5, A$24.95. Available from Self-Help Books, 9th Floor Silverton Place, 101 Wickham Terrace Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4001, or contact Manager, Michael Wilkie as follows: within Australia phone (07) 3839 9727 or fax (07) 3839 9716, International Orders - phone +61 7 3839 9727, fax +61 7 3839 9716.
"This new edition (the third) is in response to many requests from people participating in seminars given by the author, for the inclusion of material on bullying and male/female differences covered in the seminars but not in the book." Chapters include The Signs of Stress Breakdown (1), Fatigue and Exhaustion Symptoms (3), Prevention and Treatment of Stress Breakdown (5), Bullying and Brain Washing (6), Prevention of Marriage Breakdown Under Stress (9), and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (10).

Recovering damages for psychiatric injury, M Napier & K Wheat, Blackstone Press, £19.95, ISBN 1-85431-352-5

Stress at work: a guide for employers, Health & Safety Executive, HMSO, 1995, ISBN 0-7176-0733-X

Authoritarian systems

Influence: Science and Practice, Robert B Cialdini, Scott, Foresman and Company, 1985

Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, Robert B Cialdini PhD

New! Sombodies and Nobodies: overcoming the abuse of rank, Robert W Fuller, New Society Publishers, 2003

Child bullying and suicide

Bullycide: death at playtime by Neil Marr and Tim FieldBullycide: death at playtime, an exposé of child suicide cause by bullying, Neil Marr and Tim Field, Success Unlimited, 2001, ISBN 0952912120. Introduction by Jo Brand. [Order a copy]
Also available via the Internet in electronic format.

Trauma, PTSD and psychiatric injury

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: the invisible injury 2001 edition by David KinchinPost Traumatic Stress Disorder: the invisible injury, 2001 edition, David Kinchin, Success Unlimited, 2001, ISBN 0952912147. This is a revised and updated edition of David Kinchin's book Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: a practical guide to recovery originally published by Thorsons in 1994 and by Success Unlimited in 1998 and 2001. There are chapters on PTSD caused by terrorism, physical and sexual abuse, and bullying, plus more on Complex PTSD (the new name for Prolonged Duress Stress Disorder)  and Critical Incident Debriefing. An insider's view from a former sufferer. [Order]

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: the invisible injury by David KinchinSupporting Children with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: a practical guide for teachers and professionals, David Kinchin and Erica Brown, David Fulton Publishers, 2001, ISBN 1-85346-727-8.

The Body Bears the Burden: Trauma Dissociation and Disease, Robert C Scaer MD, The Haworth Medical Press, NY, ISBN 0-7890-1246-4

Coping with Post-Traumatic Stress, Frank Parkinson, Sheldon Press, London, 2000, ISBN 0-85969- 843-2

Simple and Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: strategies for comprehensive treatment in clinical practice, Edited by Mary Beth Williams PhD and John F Sommer Jnr BS, The Haworth Medical Press, NY, ISBN 0-7890-0298-1

Trauma and recovery, Dr Judith Herman, 1992, Virago, 1999 ISBN 1-86049-644-X

I can't get over it: a handbook for trauma survivors, Dr Aphrodite Matsakis

Putting together the pieces: recovering & rebuilding life after trauma, Francess Day, Broadening Horizons, Western Australia, 2002, ISBN 9780 9580 10207, email

After silence: rape and my journey back, Nancy Venable Raine, Virago Press, 1999, ISBN 1-86049-644-X

Psychological trauma, Dr Bessel A van der Kolk, 1991

Sexual harassment

Making advances: what you can do about sexual harassment at work, Liz Curtis, BBC Books, 1993, £4.99, ISBN 0-563-36960-4

Harassment, violence and stalking

The Gift of Fear: survival signals that protect us from violence, Gavin de Becker, Bloomsbury, 1997, ISBN 0-7475-3691-0. How to identify dangerous people before they hurt you, plus information on stalking, threat assessment, and how to terminate a troublesome employee whilst reducing the probability of physical violence. Highly recommended for everyone.

Harassment Law & Practice, Neil Addison & Timothy Lawson-Cruttenden, October 1998, ISBN 1 85431 834 9, £24.95

Violent partners

Women Who Love Too Much, Robin Norwood. Why women marry violent men.

Daily Meditations for Women Who Love Too Much, Robin Norwood

The charm syndrome, Sandra Horley

Men who hate women and the women who love them, Susan Forward

Emotional Blackmail, Susan Forward and Donna Frazier

When I Say No, I Feel Guilty, Manuel J Smith

Not to people like us: hidden abuse in upscale marriages

Controlling people

Emotional vampires: people who drain you dry


Where there is evil, Sandra Brown, Macmillan, 1998, paperback ISBN 0-330-36757-9 price £6.99, hardback ISBN 0-333-72185-3. An inspirational account of one woman's courageous attempts to bring a paedophile and the killer of Moira Anderson to justice. Proceeds from this book will help establish a foundation to support targets of all forms of abuse to bring cases to court


The Whistleblower's Handbook, Brian Martin, Jon Carpenter Publishing, 1999, ISBN 1-897766-52-1, £10, credit card orders +44 (0)1689 870437

Whistleblowing in the Health Services, Geoff Hunt (National Coordinator, Freedom to Care), Arnold, 1998, ISBN 0-340-59234-6, £14.99. Ordering details: Medical Marketing Dept, Arnold, 338 Euston Road, London NW1 3BH, tel 0171 873 6221, fax 0171 873 6325, email

Whistleblowing in the Social Services, Geoff Hunt, Arnold, 1998, ISBN 0-340-65245-4, £15.99. Ordering details: Medical Marketing Dept, Arnold, 338 Euston Road, London NW1 3BH, tel 0171 873 6221, fax 0171 873 6325, email

Deadly Disclosures, Dr William de Maria, Wakefield Press, South Australia, 1999 (provides case studies which show bullying by toxic organisations and the government of people who disclose issues in the public interest. Also outlines the characteristics of toxic organisations, the "bullying" process as it relates to whistleblowers, including the "organisational vendetta" aimed at removing the whistleblower from the workplace and in some cases results in trumped-up charges of breaches of ethics or even criminal charges against the whistleblower. Often "whistleblowers" are merely doing their job or standing up for their beliefs - and pay a high price.)

Violence at work

Violence at Work, Duncan Chappell and Vittorio Di Martino, 1998, ISBN 92-2-110335-8, SFr25, ILO Publications, International Labour Office, CH-1211 Geneva 22, Switzerland

The violence prone workplace: a new approach to dealing with hostile, threatening and uncivil behavior, Richard V. Denenberg and Mark Braverman, ISBN 0-8014-3396-7, Cornell Press, £23.95

How to Resolve Conflict in the Workplace,Gower, 2000, ISBN 0-566-08073-7

Managing the monkey: how to defuse conflicts that can lead to violence in the workplace, Mark Dawes with Denise Winn, Mindfields, 1998, £9.95 (or write to The Therapist, The Barn, Church Farm, Chalvington, Halisham, East Sussex BN27 3TD)

violence at work: causes pattern and preventionViolence at work: causes, pattern and prevention, edited by Martin Gill (Scarman Centre, University of Leicester), Bonnie Fisher (University of Cincinnati) and Vaughan Bowie (University of Sydney), November 2001, £25 hardback, ISBN 1-903240-62-X, Willan Publishing


The Brotherhood, Stephen Knight.

Inside The Brotherhood, Martin Short

Psychopathic personality

Without Conscience, the disturbing world of psychopaths among us, Robert D Hare, The Guilford Press, 1999. Recommended.

The mask of sanity, Hervey Cleckley, C V Mosby Publishing, Fifth Edition, 1976. The standard work on psychopathy and the damage a psychopath does to their family and those with whom they come into contact.

Toxic co-workers: how to deal with dysfunctional people on the job: working with narcissists, borderlines, sociopaths, schizoids, and others, Alan A. Cavaiola, Ph.D., and Neil J. Lavender PhD, Oakland, CA, USA, New Harbinger Publications, c2000

The damage caused by a psychopath in the family

Everything she ever wanted, Ann Rule

Nutcracker: money, madness, murder: a family album, Sharna Alexander, 1986


When she was bad: how women get away with murder, a controversial
and explosive look at female aggression by Patricia PearsonWhen she was bad: how women get away with murder, a controversial and explosive look at female aggression, Patricia Pearson, 1998, Virago Press, ISBN 1-86049-488-9. Equality means that whilst many men can be kind, caring and nurturing, some women can be just as violent as men.

Inside the criminal mind, Stanton E Samenow PhD, Times Books, 1984, ISBN 0-8129-10826. Recommended.

Straight talk about criminals, Stanton E Samenow PhD, Aronson, 1998, ISBN 1-56821-875-3

Bad boys, bad men: confronting antisocial personality disorder, Donald W Black, Oxford University Press, 1999, ISBN 0-19-512113-9

Guilty by reason of insanity, Dorothy Otnow Lewis, Arrow Books, 1999, ISBN 0-09-940634-9

Demonic males: apes and the origins of human violence, Richard Wrangham and Dale Peterson, Houghton Mifflin, 1996

The plague of violence, a preventable epidemic, Mitch Hall, Checkmate Press, 2002

Violence Unveiled, Gil Bailie


Malignant self love: narcissism revisitedMalignant Self Love: Narcissism Re-visited, Shmuel (Sam) Vaknin PhD, ISBN 80-238-3384-7. You can subscribe to Sam Vaknin's Narcissism List.

Mental illness and giftedness

An anthropologist on Mars, giftednessAn anthropologist on Mars, Oliver Sacks, Picador, ISBN 0-330-34347-5


School and child bullying

Bullying: a resource guide for parents and teachers, Vivette O'Donnell, Attic Press, 1995, ISBN 1-85594-175-9, see web page for details

The Anti-bullying Handbook, Keith Sullivan, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-558388-4, £9.99

Why Is Everybody Always Picking on Me?, Terrence Webster-Doyle

Bullies Are a Pain in the Brain,Trevor Romain, free spirit publishing, 1997

Time to tell 'em off, a pocket guide to overcoming peer ridicule, Deanna Miller, 2002, ISBN 1-931381-58-0

Bully Busting, Evelyn Field, Finch, 1999

Breaking The Silence -  A Guide To Helping Children With Complicated Grief, Linda Goldman (includes two chapters on bullying)

Does Your Child Have a Hidden Disability? Jill Curtis, Hodder and Stoughton, September 2002, £7.99. 'Invisible' disabilities are often hard to understand, and there is a section in the book about being extra vigilant about bullying of children with special needs.

The Bully, The Bullied and the Bystander, Barbara Coloroso, HarperCollins

More books on school bullying and child bullying.

Gay and lesbian issues

One of the boys: masculinity, homophobia and modern manhood, David Plummer, Haworth Press, New York 1999. (ISBN 1-56023-973-5 (hard), ISBN 1-56023-974-3 (soft))

Assertiveness, building confidence and self-esteem

See Gael Lindenfield's range of books including Assert Yourself, Superconfidence, Managing Anger, and more. Click and then click on "Books and Tapes".

Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, Nathanial Branden, 1994

Self-Esteem at Work: How Confident People Make Powerful Companies, Nathaniel Branden, 1998

Mastering Assertiveness Skills at Work by Elaina Zuker, 1983

Fearless Living: live without excuses and succeed beyond your dreams, Rhonda Britten

Books recommended by readers, authors, surfers and survivors

Please let us know of other books

Employment Law Fourth Edition, Gwyneth Pitt, Sweet and Maxwell, ISBN 0-421-69010-0

Questions that work: How to Ask Questions That Will Help You Succeed in Any Business Situation, Andrew Finlayson, Amacom, May 2001, ISBN 0-8144-7077-7

People of the Lie, M Scott Peck

The Wounded Spirit, Frank Peretti (for a Christian view on bullying, recommended by several people)

Boundaries - where you end and I begin, Anna Catherine, ISBN:0-671-79193-1, Fireside, 2000

Cain and Abel at work, Gerry Lange and Todd Domke

What you think of me is none of my business, Terry Cole Whittaker

Emotional Vampires, Albert J. Bernstein

Stalking the Soul, M F Hirigoyen

The Highly Sensitive Person by Elaine Aron

It's Never Been Easy: a true story of abuse and recovery, Brenda McGuffee, Winepress Publishing

Why people don't heal, Caroline Myss

Dealing with Difficult People, Roberta Cava, Piatkus

Where egos dare, Dean McFarland and Paul Sweeney, July 2000

The Wounded Heart: Hope for Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Dan B Allender, PhD., Colorado Springs, CO, USA, NavPress, Revised 1995, Paperback ISBN 0-89109-289-7. Contact publisher at

The Wounded Heart: A Companion Workbook for Personal or Group Use. Dan B. Allender and Karen Lee-Thorp. Colorado Springs, CO, USA,, NavPress, Revised 1995, Paperback ISBN 0-89109-665-5. Contact publisher at

The Healing Path: How the hurts in your past can lead you to a more abundant life, Dan B. Allender, PhD. Colorado Springs, CO, USA, WaterBrook Press, 1999, Paperback ISBN 1-57856-391-7. Contact publisher at

Narcissistic Process and Corporate Decay, Howard Schwartz

Solved: The Mystery of Life, Vernon Howard

Prisons We Choose To Live Inside, Doris Lessing, Anansi Press

The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell

Corporate Abuse, Lesley Wright and Marti Smye

Shame: The Power of Caring 3rd Edition, Gershen Kaufman PhD

Dynamics of Power: Fighting Shame and Building Self Esteem, Gershen Kaufman PhD and Lev Raphael PhD

The gentle art of verbal self defense, Elgin S H, Barnes and Noble Books, New York, 1980, 1993, ISBN 0-88029-030-7 (purely responsive tactical advice) [see for links to Dr Elgin's work]

More on the gentle art of verbal self defense, Elgin S H, Barnes and Noble Books, New York, 1983, 1997, ISBN 0-7607-0421-X (builds tactics into proactive strategy)

In sheep's clothing: understanding and dealing with manipulative people, George K Simon Jr, Ph.D

The membership organization: achieving top performance through the new workplace community, Jane Galloway Seiling, Davies-Black Publishing, ISBN 0-89106-110-X

Paradigm Conspiracy, Denise Breton and Christopher Largent, Hazelden, ISBN 1-56838-106-9

Getting to yes: negotiating agreement without giving in, Fisher R, W Ury and B Patton, Penguin Books, New York, 1981, 1991, ISBN 0 14 01.5735 2

Getting past no: negotiating your way from confrontation to cooperation, Ury W, Bantam Books, New York, 1991, 1993, ISBN 0-553-37131-2

Getting together: building relationships as we negotiate, Fisher R and S Brown, Penguin Books, New York, 1988, ISBN  0 1401 2638 4

Daring To Be Different: A Manager's Ascent to Leadership, James A Hatherley, Bellwether-Cross Publishing, ISBN 1-881795-22-5

The Lucy Doll, Diane Jarvis Jones, 32pp, softcover, colour illust, age 3-7, ISBN 0-9699407-3-4. A new Canadian resource picture book on bullying for children, see

Dogs Are Barking, Mark Taylor, irrePRESSible, 210 pp, ISBN 0-9586896-8-7. A novel, based on real-life experience, of bullying and intimidation in a military college. See

Last Summer At Barebones, Diane Baker Mason, a novel narrated by Dee Graham - a fortyish journalist who lives and works alone, scribbling stories for a tabloid rag. She's a recluse, a sleepwalking near-anorexic, still struggling to forget her miserable childhood as an enormously fat, compulsive overeater, despised and picked on by all.

The Addictive Organization, Anne Wilson Schaef and Diane Fassel, ISBN:  0-06-254874-3 pbk

Queen bees and wannabes, Rosalind Wiseman

Books published by RoutledgeFarmer

Adult Bullying                         0415126738 PB   14.99    26/12/1996  10291
Bullying                                  0415230934 PB   14.99    16/08/2002  19434
Bullying Among Prisoners       1583911871 PB   15.99    01/08/2002  40166
Bullying in Adulthood              0415236940 PB   15.99    22/11/2001  23999
Bullying in the Workplace       1841699144 PB   29.95    20/12/2001  36095
Nature of School Bullying       0415179858 PB   25.00    17/12/1998  4186
School Bullying                       0415103738 PB   18.99    06/10/1994  5779
Sexual Bullying                        0415191130 PB   16.99    19/08/1999  13236
Tackling Bullying in Your School    0415103746 PB   18.99    06/10/1994  5913
Workplace Bullying                 0415240638 PB   19.99    25/10/2001  28040

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