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Are we on the Same Page?. Cindy Crane Lutherans Against Bullying (LAB). Leaders of LAB. Rev. Cindy Crane, St. John’s Travis Currier, Lakeview Rev . Matthew Kruse, Redeemer Lutheran in Rio Miriam Mueller-Owens, St. John’s Sierra Mueller-Owens, St. John’s. What is Bullying?.

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are we on the same page

Are we on the Same Page?

Cindy Crane

Lutherans Against Bullying (LAB)

leaders of lab
Leaders of LAB
  • Rev. Cindy Crane, St. John’s
  • Travis Currier, Lakeview
  • Rev. Matthew Kruse, Redeemer Lutheran in Rio
  • Miriam Mueller-Owens, St. John’s
  • Sierra Mueller-Owens, St. John’s
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Dr. Dan Olweus– Peer Abuse(not to be resolved with peer mediation)DPI-Bullying is a deliberate or intentional behavior using words or actions intended to cause fear, intimidation or harm. Bullying may be repeated behavior and involves an imblalance of power. Barbara Caruso - An act of contempt

Rabbi Michael Lerner - An act of desanctification.

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Playful teasing that is mutually enjoyed

  • Not inviting someone to join in unless it is part of an intentional aggressive act to isolate someone
  • Fair, consistent, humane managing & supervision
  • Disciplining a poorly performing employee
  • Criticizing performance w/o criticizing the person
  • Implementing changes that affect everyone
  • Loud, but non-hostile, expression
  • Conflict over competing interests between two people with equal power
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Agree or Disagree with the following:

- We can stop all bullying.- Bullying is a rite of passage.- Adults should always stay out of it.- Peers should always stay out of it.- People who are bullied always bring it on themselves.

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When I see bullying at work orat school I feelUnsafeGlad it’s not meInterested in joining in IndifferentConcerned about when I’m next

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What can adults do for youth?What can youth do for one another?What can adults do for one another?What’s my faith got to do with it?
pryamid of hate
Pryamid of Hate

Source: A World of Difference® Anti-Bias Study Guide(Secondary Level). New York, NY: Anti-Defamation League, 2000.

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Resources

OlweusBullying Prevention:  http://www.olweus.org/public/index.pageStop Cyberbullying:  http:/www.stopcyberbullying.org/index2.htmlBishop Burnsidehttp://www.livinglutheran.com/videos/-bishop-bruce-burnside-of.html#.UHi-oCquaQg

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Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls by Rachel SimmonsThe Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander by Barbara ColorosoMobbing by Maureen Duffy & Len SperryLetters to a Bullied Girl: Messages of Healing and Hope by Olivia Gardner with Emily and Sarah BuderBullying: A Spiritual Crisis by Ronald Hecker Cram