|Title:||Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls|
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|ePUB size:||1895 kb|
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|Category:||Psychology and Counseling|
|Publisher:||Harvest Books (April 1, 2003)|
Personal Name: Simmons, Rachel, 1966-. Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-286) and index. Formatted Contents Note: The hidden culture of aggression in girls Intimate enemies The truth hurts She's all that The bully in the mirror Popular Resistance Parents and teachers The road ahead. Rubrics: Aggressiveness in children Girls Psychology
In this book, Rachel Simmons argues that girls are socialized to be conflict-avoiders and have limited outlets for expressing their anger or aggression. It seems to be a means of increasing their security in their bond if they can gang up on someone else. Of course, this security is an illusion because you may well be the next scapegoat. But hey - it beats being (gasp!) alone. I found the book provocative and reminiscent of many of my experiences. There were some differences for me, which might be attributable to my having attended an all-girls' high school.
With this book Rachel Simmons elevated the nation's consciousness and has shown millions of girls, parents, counselors, and teachers how to deal with this devastating problem. Poised to reach a wider audience in paperback, includin Dirty looks and taunting notes are just a few examples of girl bullying that girls and women have long suffered through silently and painfully. With this book Rachel Simmons elevated the nation's consciousness and has shown millions of girls, parents, counselors, and teachers how to deal with this devastating problem.
Simmons has given voice to the girls who struggle every day with friendships. She has uncovered a hidden world of aggression that unfolds behind adults' backs. -Susan Wellman, president of the Ophelia Project. Rachel Simmons graduated from Vassar College in 1996, where she studied Women's Studies and Political Science.
Includes bibliographical references (p. The hidden culture of aggression in girls - Intimate enemies - The truth hurts - She's all that - The bully in the mirror - Popular - Resistance - Parents and teachers - The road ahead. Identifying the subtle means by which girls behave aggressively toward one another, a guide for young women, parents, teachers, and school administrators examines specific behaviors while explaining the importance of enabling girls to express anger and resolve conflicts.
Simmons believes that girls are pressured to act like traditional ‘nice girls’ or risk being labeled as mean (or worse); girls also learn early to place a high value on social status and relationships. Together, these expectations discourage girls from expressing anger and other emotions that may damage their friendships or reputations. Lacking socially acceptable ways to openly express or acknowledge conflict, girls develop what Simmons calls "a hidden culture of silent and indirect aggression. Odd Girl Out: The hidden culture of aggression in girls. New York, NY: Mariner Books. Thomas, L. (2017, July). Rejecting the ‘Mean Girl’ Framework: Ideas for guiding girls toward positive interactions with each other. org/blog/rejecting -laura-thomas. Topics: Teaching Wellness & Inspiration.
Odd Girl Out which was first aired April 4, 2005 on Lifetime, is based on the book of the same name: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls by Rachel Simmons. It sheds light onto the topic of school hostility and bullying among girls. Actor: Alexa PenaVega, Lisa Vidal, Leah Pipes. Director: Tom McLoughlin. Country: United States. Duration: 84 min. Quality: SD.
With this book Rachel Simmons elevated the nation's consciousness and has shown millions of girls, parents, counselors, and teachers how to deal with this devastating problem. Poised to reach a wider audience in paperback, including the teenagers who are its subject, "Odd Girl Out" puts the spotlight on this issue, using real-life examples from both the perspective of the victim and of the bully. Users who liked this book, also liked. Odd Girl Speaks Out: Girls Write about Bullies, Cliques, Popularity, and Jealousy (English).