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 Who is Ken Rigby?  

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 Publications and productions on bullying (1990-2012)  

The following are publications, reports and presentations on various aspects of bullying between 1990 and 2018.

Many can be obtained through data bases, e.g., Academic Research Premier, or through Google. Some others may be obtained from the author: email - [unrecognized beecos tag: {email  Ken.rigby32@gmail.com}]  
 

 Please select from an area of interest from the links below:

 

Books

1. Oxenberry, K., Rigby, K., and Slee, P.T. (1994). (Eds). Children's Peer Relations Conference Proceedings, Adelaide: The Institute of Social Research, University of South Australia.

2. Rigby, K. (1996). Bullying in schools - and what to do about it. Melbourne, ACER. Rigby, K. (1997). Bullying in schools - and what to do about it. (British Edition) London, Jessica Kingsley.

4. Slee. P.T. & Rigby, K. (Eds) (1998). Children's Peer Relations London: Routledge.

5. Rigby, K. (2001). Stop the bullying: a handbook for schools. Melbourne, Australian Council for Educational Research.

6. Rigby, K. (2002). New perspectives on bullying. London: Jessica Kingsley.

7. Rigby, K. (2002). A meta-evaluation of methods and approaches to reducing bullying in pre-schools and in early primary school in Australia, Canberra, Australian Attorney-General's
Department.

8. Rigby, K. (2003, revised, updated). Stop the bullying: a handbook for schools. Melbourne, Australian Council for Educational Research.

9. Rigby, K., and Thomas, E.B. (2003). How schools counter bullying: policies and procedures in selected Australian schools. Geelong, The Professional Reading Guide.

10. Rigby, K. (2003). Bullying among young children: A guide for parents. Canberra, Australian Government Attorney General's Department

11. Rigby, K. (2003). Bullying among young children: a guide for teachers and carers. Canberra, Australian Government Attorney General's Department.

12. Smith, P.K., Pepler, D. and Rigby, K. (2004). Bullying in schools: How successful can interventions be? Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

13. Rigby, K. (2007). Bullying in schools and what to do about it (Updated, revised), Melbourne, Australian Council for Education Research.

14. Rigby, K. (2008). Children and bullying. How parents and educators can reduce bullying at school. Boston, Blackwell/Wiley

15. Rigby, K. (2010). The Peer Relations Assessment Questionnaires (PRAQs). Melbourne, Australian Council for Educational Research.

16. Ng, E., and Rigby, K. (Eds) (2010). Breaking the Silence: Bullying in Singapore. Singapore, Armour Publishing.

17. Rigby, K. (2010). Bullying interventions in schools: Six basic approaches. Camberwell, ACER.

18. Rigby, K. and Thomas, E.B. (2010). How schools counter bullying: policies and procedures in selected Australian schools (Revised edition). Camberwell, ACER.

19. Rigby, K. (2011). The Method of Shared Concern: a positive approach to bullying. Camberwell, ACER.

20. Rigby, K (2012). Bullying interventions in schools: Six basic approaches. Boston/Wiley (American edition).

Contributions to books

1. Rigby, K. and Slee, P.T. (1993). Children's attitudes towards victims. In D.P. Tattum (Ed) Understanding and Managing Bullying, pp 119-135. Heinemann Books.

2. Rigby, K. (1994). An evaluation of strategies and methods for addressing problems of peer abuse in schools. Mark Tainsh and John Izard (Eds). Widening Horizons: New Challenges, Directions and Achievements, Melbourne: The Australian Council for Educational Research. pp 1-11.

3. Rigby, K. (1994). Family Influence, Peer-Relations and Health Effects among School children. In K. Oxenberry, K. Rigby, and P.T. Slee (Eds) Children's Peer/Relations Conference Proceedings, Adelaide: The Institute of Social Research, University of South Australia, pp 294-304.

4. Rigby, K. (1998). Do victims become bullies? K Healey (Ed.) Bullying and Peer Pressure. Sydney: The Spinney Press, pp 22 - 23.

5. Rigby, K., Whish, A. and Black, G. (1998). School children's peer relations and wife abuse. In K Healey (Ed) Bullying and Peer Pressure. Sydney: The Spinney Press, pp3-6.

6. Rigby, K. (1998). Bullying at school and beyond. In P. McCarthy, Micheal Sheahan, Susanne Wilkie, and William Wilkie (Eds). Bullying: causes, costs and cures. Nathan, Queensland: Beyond Bullying Association, Inc.

7. Rigby, K. (1998). Gender and bullying in schools. In P.T. Slee and K. Rigby (eds) Children's peer relations. London: Routledge, pp. 47 - 59.

8. Rigby, K. & Slee, P.T. (1999) Australia. In P.K. Smith et al. The Nature of School bullying, London, Routledge, pp. 324 - 339.

9. Rigby, K. (2001). Health consequences of bullying and its prevention in schools. In J. Juvonen and S Graham (Eds) Peer Harassment in school. New York: Guilford

10. Rigby, K. (2001). Bullying in schools and in the workplace. In P. McCarthy et al (eds) Bullying: from backyard to boardroom 2nd Edit. Sydney: Federation Press.

11. Rigby, K. (2002). Bullying in childhood. In P. K Smith and C.H Hart (Eds) Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Social Development. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, pp 549-568.

12. Rigby, K. (1997). Can adverse peer-relations at school drive children to suicide Proceedings of the International School Psychology XXth Annual Colloquium, 15 pp 246 - 253.

13. Rigby, K. (2002) Ramifications of peer victimisation for the mental well-being of schoolchildren In Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Bullying and Suicide in Schools, November 2002, Tralee, Ireland, pp 44-54.

14. Rigby, K. (2004). What it takes to stop bullying in schools: an examination of the rationale and effectiveness of school-based interventions:. In Furlong, Bates, Smith and Kingery (Eds) Appraisal and Prediction of School Violence. pp 165-191. New York: Nova Science Publications Inc.

15. Bagshaw, D., Friberg, M. Lepp,M, Lofgren, H., Malm ,B and Rigby, K. (2005). Bridging the fields of drama and conflict. In Dracom International: Bridging the fields of drama and conflict. Management. Malmo: Sweden, 45-122.

16. Bagshaw, D., Nursey-Bray, R. and Rigby, K. (2005). Adolescent conflict and educational drama. In Dracom International: Bridging the fields of drama and conflict management. Malmo: Sweden, pp193- 252.

17. Rigby, K (2006). What we can Learn from Evaluated Studies of School-Based Programs to Reduce Bullying in Schools. In. Shane R. Jimerson and Michael J. Furlong (eds) The Handbook of School Violence and School Safety: From Research to Practice. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc.

18. Rigby, K. (2006). What international research tells us about bullying. In Bullying solutions. Editors H. McGrath , and T. Noble. Sydney: Pearson Education, pp 3-17.

19. Rigby, K. and Bagshaw, D. (2006) Using educational drama and bystander training to counteract bullying 133-146. In Bullying solutions. Editors H. McGrath , and T. Noble. Sydney: Pearson Education.

20. Rigby, K. (2006). What we can learn from Evaluated Studies of School-Based Programs to Reduce Bullying in Schools. In Shane Jimerson and Michael Furlong (Eds). The Handbook of School violence and School Safety. London: Laurence Erlbaum Associates. p 325-338.

21. Rigby, K. (2006). An overview of approaches to managing bully/victim problems H. McGrath, and T. Noble (Eds) in Bullying Solutions. Sydney: Pearson Education, pp 149-160.

22. Rigby, K. (2006). Bystander behaviour in the presence of bullying in Australian schools. Proceedings of the XVI World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, pp 10-17.

23. Rigby, K. (2009). Parenting and children's involvement in bullying at school in Emma Cuyler and Michael Ackhart (Eds) Psychology of Relationships. New York: Nova Science Publishers Inv.

24. Rigby, K. and Bauman, S. (2010). How school personnel tackle cases of bullying: A critical examination.In Shane Jimerson, Susan Swearer and Dorothy Espelage (Eds) The Handbook of Bullying in Schools: an International Perspective. New York, Routledge, pp 455-468.

25. Rigby, K. (2010). School bullying and the case for the method of shared concern in Shane Jimerson, Susan Swearer and Dorothy Espelage (Eds) The Handbook of Bullying in Schools: an International Perspective. New York, Routledge, pp 547-558.

26. Rigby, K. (2014) Bullying in Australian Schools: causes, consequences and proposed solutions. In Violence in Australia: Policy, Practice and Solutions (Eds., Andrew Day & Ephrem Fernandez), Federation Press.

27. Nickerson, A. & Rigby, K. (Joint first authors) (2017) Understanding and Responding to bullying in the school setting. In M Thielking & M D.Terjesen (Eds) Handbook of Australian School Psychology. Springer, Switzerland., (p. 521-536)

28. Rigby, K & Griffiths C. (2018). Addressing traditional school-based bullying more effectively. In Reducing Cyberbullying in Schools (Marilyn Campbell and Sheri Bauman, Eds). London: Elsevier Press, p.17-32.

29. Rigby, K., Haroun ,D & Ali,E. (2018, in press),. Addressing Problems of bullying in schools in the United Arab Emirates. In Stan Tucker and Dave Trotman (Eds) Youth: Global perspectives, challenges and issues of the 21st Century: New York: Nova Press.

 

Articles, papers

1. Rigby, K. and Slee, P.T. (1990). Victims and bullies in school communities. Journal of the Australasian Society of Victimology, 1(2), pp 23-28.

2. Rigby, K. and Slee, P.T. (1991). Bullying among Australian school children: reported behaviour and attitudes to victims. Journal of Social Psychology, 131, pp 615-622.

3. Rigby, K. and Slee, P.T. (1993). Dimensions of interpersonal relating among Australian school children and their implications for psychological well-being. Journal of Social Psychology,133(1), pp 33-42.

 4. Rigby, K. (1993). Countering bullying in schools. CAFHS Forum, Vol 1, No 2.

5. Rigby, K. (1993). School children's perceptions of their families and parents as a function of peer relations. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 154(4), pp 501 -514.

 6. Rigby, K. (1993). Bullying. Our Gifted Children, November/December, pp 11-12.

7. Rigby, K. and Sharp, S. (1993). Cultivating the art of self-defence among victimized children. International Journal of Protective Behaviours, 1(2), pp 24-27.

8. Slee, P.T. and Rigby, K. (1993). The relationship of Eysenck's personality factors and self-esteem to bully/victim behaviour in Australian school boys. Personality and Individual Differences, 14, pp 371-373.

 9. Slee, P.T. and Rigby, K. (1993). Australian school children's self-appraisal of interpersonal relations: the bullying experience. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 23, pp 272-283.

10. Rigby, K. (1994). School Bullies. Independent Teacher, 10(2), pp 8-9.

11. Rigby, K. (1994). Bullying in schools: What to do when the counting stops. Principal Matters, July, p 34.

12. Rigby, K. (1994). The influence of family functioning on schoolchildren's involvement in bully/victim problems. In Families and Violence: Papers presented at the National Conference for the International Year of the Family. Centacare Australia and the Australian Catholic University, February. pp 233-251.

13. Rigby, K. (1994). Psycho-social functioning in families of Australian adolescent schoolchildren involved in bully/victim problems, Journal of Family Therapy 16 (2) pp 173-189.

14. Rigby, K. (1994). When is force reasonable? Directions in Education, Vol. 3 No 1 July, p 4.

15. Slee, P.T., and Rigby, K. (1994). Peer victimization at schools. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 19(1), pp 3-11.

16. Rigby, K., Whish, A., and Black, G. (1994). Implications of school children's peer relations for wife abuse in Australia. Criminology Australia. August, pp 8-12.

17. Rigby, K. (1994). Bullying prevalent in all schools. In Education Alternatives 10, December, p 3.

18. Rigby, K. (1995). Empowering students to help others. Educational Alternatives, June, p 12.

19. Rigby, K. (1995). Preventing Peer Victimisation in Schools. In C. Sumner, M. Israel, M. O'Connell & R.Sarre International Victimology: Selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on Victimisation, Canberra, Australian Institute of Criminology, pp 303-311.

20. Rigby, K. (1995). New thinking about bullying in schools. Independent Education. New South Wales Education Union: Sydney, July. pp 3 - 6.

21. Rigby, K. (1995). Reducing bullying in schools. Kids Helpline Newsletter

22. Rigby, K. (1995). What schools can do about bullying. The Professional Reading Guide for Educational Administrators. Vol. 17, No. 1, November, 1995.

23. Rigby, K. (1995). Other School Bullies, Directions in Education, 20, December, 1995, p. 2.

24. Rigby, K. (1995). The problem of bullying in schools. Keynote address for the 2nd National Conference for Safety House Australia, Dallas Brooks Convention Centre, Melbourne, August 4th,1995. (Published through Safety House, Australia).

25. Rigby, K. (1995). The Motivation of Australian Adolescent Schoolchildren to Engage in Group Discussions about Bullying. Current Problems and Resolutions, Journal of Social Psychology pp 135-6.

26. Rigby, K. (1996). What should we do about school bullies? Australian Journal of Counselling and Guidance, pp 71 - 76.

27. Rigby, K. (1996). What schools can do about bullying. Christian Education for Personal development, Catholic Education Office, Melbourne. Jan/Feb. pp 4-8.

28. Rigby, K., and Cox, I. K. (1996). The contributions of bullying and low self-esteem to acts of delinquency among Australian teenagers. Personality and Individual Differences 21, 4, pp 609-612.

 29. Rigby, K. (1996). Victims of bullying. Education Alternatives, p 3.

30. Rigby, K. (1996). When bullies rule. Principal Matters, 8, 2, October, p 43- 44.

31. Rigby, K. (1996). Peer victimisation and the structure of primary and secondary schooling. Primary Focus, 10, 7, October, p 4-5.

32. Slee, P.T. and Rigby, K. (1996). Ijime: Sore-wa zettai okotte-wa naranai (Bullying: It just shouldn't happen.) Seito shido (School Counselling) September. Tokyo: Gakuji Publishing, pp 61 - 76.

33. Rigby, K. (1996). Strategies for reducing bullying in schools. Human Rights Education Newsletter.

34. Rigby, K., Cox, I. K. and Black, G. (1997). Cooperativeness and bully/victim problems among Australian schoolchildren. Journal of Social Psychology, 137, 3 pp 357-368.

 35. Rigby, K. (1997). Reflections on Tom Brown's Schooldays and the problem of bullying today. Australian Journal of Social Science, 4, 1, pp 85-96.

36. Rigby, K. (1997). Conflict! The Professional Reading Guide for Educational Administrators, 18, 3, pp 1-5.

37. Rigby, K. (1997). What children tell us about bullying in schools. Children Australia, 22, 2, pp 28-34.

38. Rigby, K. (1997). Bullying and suicide among children. Beyond Bullying News, 2, pp 3-4.

39. Rigby, K. (1997). Attitudes and beliefs about bullying among Australian school children. Irish Journal of Psychology, 18, 2, pp 202-220.

40. Rigby, K. (1998). Peer relations at school and the health of children Youth Studies Australia, Vol 17, 1, pp 13-17.

 41. Rigby, K. (1998). Health effects of school bullying. The Professional Reading Guide for Educational Administrators Vol 19, No.2. Feb/March.

42. Rigby, K. (1998). Bullying: Is punishment the remedy? Education Review, June, p 4

43. Rigby, K. (1998). Suicidal ideation and bullying among Australian secondary school children. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 15, 1, pp 45-61.

44. Rigby, K., Slee, P.T. and Cunningham, R. (1999). Effects of parenting on the peer relations of Australian adolescents. Journal of Social Psychology, 139, pp 387-88.

45. Rigby, K. (1998). The relationship between reported health and involvement in bully/victim problems among male and female secondary school students. Journal of Health Psychology. 3, 4, pp 465-476.

46. Rigby, K. (1999). Peer victimisation at school and the health of secondary students. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 22, 2, pp 28-34.

47. Rigby, K. and Slee, P.T. (1999). Suicidal ideation among adolescent school children, involvement in bully/victim problems and perceived low social support Suicide and Life-threatening Behavior, 29, pp 119-130.

48. Petersen, L., and Rigby, K. (1999). Countering bullying at an Australian secondary school. Journal of Adolescence, 22, 4, pp 481-492.

49. Rigby, K. (2000). Bullying in schools: guidelines to effective action. Professional Reading Guide for Educational Administrators Vol. 21, 1, Feb/March.

50. Rigby, K. (2000). Sharks of many shapes and colours. Principal Matters.

51. Rigby, K. (2000). Effects of peer victimisation in schools and perceived social support on adolescent well-being Journal of Adolescence, 23,1, pp 57-68.

52. Rigby, K. (2001). Ten steps to stop bullying. EQ Australia. (1), pp 42-44.

53. Rigby, K. (2001). Parents, schools and bullying. Parents say... May, 3.

54. Rigby, K. (2001). Bullying. Social Spectrum September, pp 2-3.

55. Rigby, K. (2001). Boys and bullying. The Boys in School Bulletin. 4, 2, pp 14-21.

56. Rigby, K. (2001). Bullying in schools: (1) The response from within. Front Lines. South Australian Department of Human Services, pp1-3.

57. Rigby, K. (2001). Bullying now centre stage, The Professional Reading Guide, 22, 2, pp 1-4.

58. Rigby, K., & Bagshaw, D. (2001). What hurts? The reported consequences of negative interactions with peers among Australian school children. Children Australia, 26, 4, pp 36-41.

59. Rigby, K. (2002). Should we make our school a telling school? Prime Focus, 30, July, pp 34-36.

60. Rigby, K., & Barnes, A. (2002). To tell or not to tell: the victimised student's dilemma. Youth Studies, Australia, 21, 3, pp 33-36.

61. Rigby, K. (2002). Byron Child: a community family life magazine, Vol 4, December.

62. Rigby, K. (2002). Book review of Schneider, B.H., Friends and Enemies: Peer relations in childhood. In Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 19, pp 437-438

63. Rigby, K. (2003). The Bullying No Way Website: a critique. Educare, August.

64. Rigby, K. (2003). Addressing Bullying in schools: theory and practice. Trends and Issues in crime and criminal justice,No. 259, pp 1-6.

65. Rigby, K. (2003). Consequences of Bullying in schools. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 48, pp 583-590.

66. Rigby, K., and Bagshaw, D. (2003). Prospects of adolescent students collaborating with teachers in addressing issues of bullying and conflict in schools. Educational Psychology, 32, pp 535-546.

67. Rigby, K., and Johnson, B. (2004). Students as bystanders to sexual coercion. Youth Studies, Australia, 23, pp 11- 16.

68. Chodzinski, R.T., Pepler, D., and Rigby, K. (2004). Bullying perspectives on research and interventions Teaching and Learning, 3, pp 6-14.

69. Rigby, K. (2004). Addressing bullying in schools: theoretical perspectives and their implications School Psychology International, 25, pp 287-300.70.

70. Rigby, K., and Johnson, B. (2005). Introduction to the Bystander Project. Pastoral Care in Education, 23, 2, pp 6-9.

71. Rigby, K. and Johnson, B. (2005). Student Bystanders in Australian schools, Pastoral Care in Education, 23 ,2, pp 10-16.

72. Blake, E., Rigby, K., and Johnson, B. (2004). Bullying and the Bystander. Behaviour at School. Principal Matters, August, pp 2-3.

73. Rigby, K. and Johnson, B. (2004). Innocent bystanders. Teacher. September, pp 38-40.

74. Rigby, K., and McLaughlin, C. (2005). (Eds). Pastoral Care in Education: The international journal of pastoral care and personal-social education. Special Edition: Bullying Bystander Behaviour and Peer Support in Schools, Vol 23, 2.

75. Rigby, K., and Johnson, B. (2005). Introduction to the International bystander Project) Pastoral Care in Education: 23, pp 6-9.

76. Rigby, K. (2005) Bullying in schools and the mental health of children Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 15,2,195-208.

77. Rigby, K. (2005). Why Do Some Children Bully at School? The Contributions of Negative Attitudes Towards Victims and the Perceived Expectations of Friends, Parents and Teachers. School Psychology International, 26, pp 147-161.

78. Rigby, K. (2005). Bullying in schools and the National Safe School Framework. Teacher, July, pp 20-22.

79. Rigby, K. (2005). The Method of Shared Concern as an intervention technique to address bullying in schools: an overview and appraisal Australian Journal of Counselling and Guidance, 15, pp 27-34.

80. Rigby, K. and Johnson, B. (2006). Expressed readiness of Australian school children to act as bystanders in support of children who are being bullied. Educational Psychology 26, pp 425-440.

81. Yoneyama, S., and Rigby, K. (2006). Bully/victim students and classroom climate Youth Studies Australia, 25, pp 34-41.

82. Rigby, K. (2006). Implications of bullying for aggression between nations. Journal of Peace Education 3, pp 175-186.

83. Rigby, K., and Johnson, B. (2006/7). Playground heroes: Who can stop bullying? Greater Good, pp 14-17.

84. Rigby, K., Slee, P.T., & Martin, G. (2007). Implications of inadequate parental bonding and peer victimization for adolescent mental health. Journal of Adolescence 30 (5), pp 801-812.

85. Rigby, K. and Bauman, S. (2007). What teachers think should be done about cases of bullying. Professional Educator, ACER.

86. Bauman, S., Rigby, K., and Hoppa, K. (2008). US teachers' and school counsellors' strategies for handling school bullying incidents. Educational Psychology, 28, pp 837-56.

87. Rigby, K. and Slee, P.T. (2008). Interventions to reduce bullying, International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 20, pp 165-83.

88. Rigby, K. (2009). Bullying hurts parents too. Child parenting journal, pp 17-18.

89. Rigby, K. (2010). Breaking the Cycle. Education Review, March, pp 8-9.

90. Rigby, K., and Griffiths, C. (2011). Addressing cases of bullying through the Method of Shared Concern. School Psychology International 32, pp. 345-357.

91. Rigby, K (2011). What can schools do about cases of bullying? Pastoral Care in Education., 29, 4, p273 -285.

92. Rigby, K., & Smith, P.K. (2011). Is school bullying really on the rise? Social Psychology of Education. 14, 4, 441-455.

93. Rigby, K. (2012) Bullying in Schools: Addressing Desires, Not Only Behaviours. Educational Psychology Review, 24, 339-348.

94. Rigby, K. (2013) Bullying in schools and its relation to parenting and family life. Family Matters, No 91., 61-68.

95. Rigby, K. & Bortolozzo, G. (2013). How schoolchildren's acceptance of self and others relate to their attitudes to victims of bullying. Social Psychology of Education, 16,2,181-197.

96. Rigby, K (2013.) Bullying interventions. Every Child Journal, Vol. 3.5, 70-75.

97. Rigby, K (2014) How teachers address cases of bullying in schools: a comparison of five reactive approaches. Educational Psychology in Practice: theory, research and educational psychology. 30, 409-419. 

98. Burger, C.D., Strohmeier, D., Sprober, N., Bauman,S. & Rigby K. (2015) How teachers respond to school bullying: An examination of self-reported intervention strategy use, moderator effects, and concurrent use of multiple strategies Teaching and Teacher Education 51, p 191-201.

99. Rigby, K. (2017) 'I don't want to be teased': Why bullied children are reluctant to seek help from teachers. Invited article for ?The Conversation' March 16, 2017.

100. Rigby, K. (2017). School perspectives on bullying and preventive strategies: an exploratory study. Australian Journal of Education, 24(1) 24-39.

101 Rigby, K (2017). Bullying in Australian schools: the perceptions of victims and other students Social Psychology of Education, 29 (2) 1-12,

102. Rigby, K. (2017).Exploring the gaps between Teachers' beliefs about bullying and research-based knowledge. International Journal of school and educational psychology On-line Sept. 11, 2017.

103. Rigby, K. (2018). How Australian parents of bullied and non-bullied children see their school as responding to bullying Educational Review. On line- 20 Dec. 2017) 

Other Productions

Rigby, K. (2006). The Method of Shared Concern: a staff training resource for bullying. Readymade Productions Adelaide. See: www.readymade.com.au/method 

Rigby, K. (2009). Bullying in Schools: Six methods of intervention. Northampton, England: Loggerheads Production. www.loggerheadfilms.co.uk/products-page/?category=1&product_id=4

Rigby, K. (2010). Bullying and Harassment: Six podcasts and associated materials. Brisbane: Education Queensland. education.qld.gov.au/studentservices/protection/community/bullying.html

Rigby, K.(2013.) Contribution to the Bully Stoppers online interactive module See techsavvysolutions.com.au/files/DEECD/kr

Rigby, K. (2013). Six Methods of Intervention. Vodcast series, Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. A presentation of the six methods of bullying interventions to a small live audience at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image.


Questionnaires

Rigby, K. and Slee, P.T. (1993). The Peer Relations Questionnaire (PRQ) Adelaide: University of South Australia.

Rigby, K. (1997). The Peer Relations Assessment Questionnaires (PRAQ). Point Lonsdale, Victoria, Australia: The Professional Reading Guide. Revised in 2010 and published by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) , Camberwell: Melbourne.

Rigby, K. (1998). Manual for the Peer Relations Questionnaire (PRQ): Point Lonsdale, Victoria, Australia: The Professional Reading Guide.

Rigby, K. and Bauman, (2008). The Handling Bullying Questionnaire (HBQ) See copy in Bauman, S., Rigby, K., and Hoppa, K. (2008). US teachers' and school counsellors' strategies for handling school bullying incidents. Educational Psychology,28, pp 837-56.



Reports


Rigby, K., and Thomas, E.B. (2003). How Australian schools are responding to the problem of peer victimization in schools. Canberra: Criminology Research Council.

Rigby, K., and Griffiths, C. (2010). Applying the Method of Shared Concern in Australian schools: an evaluative study. Canberra: Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations www.deewr.gov.au/Schooling/NationalSafeSchools/Documents/covertBullyReports/MethodOFSharedConcern.pdf

Rigby, K. (2010). Enhancing responses to bullying in Queensland schools. Education Queensland. education.qld.gov.au/studentservices/behaviour/docs/enhancing-responses-to-bullying-qld-schools.pdf

Rigby, K. & Cox, G. (2014). Pilot Study of the Prevalence and Effectiveness of ant-bullying approaches in Australian Schools. Australian Department of Education and Training.

Rigby, K. & Johnson, K. (2016.) The prevalence and effectiveness of anti-bullying strategies employed in Australian schools. Report for the Australian Department of Education, Canberra: ACT.
Rigby, K (2017). Bullying in Schools in the United Arab Emirates and the effectiveness of an intervention program. A report for UNICEF.



International and National Presentations (Selected)

1. What to do about bullying in schools: an Australian perspective. Putting the brakes on violence: Understanding and preventing violence at home, at school and on the street An international conference. York University, Toronto Canada, August, 1996

2. Attitudes and beliefs of Australian schoolchildren regarding bullying at school: Conference on School Bullying, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, October, 1996.

3. Bullying in Schools Conference. Hosted by the Korean Supreme Public Prosecutor's Office. Seoul, Korea, June, 1999.

4. Responding to bullying: toward an end to violence in schools. The 2nd Annual Israel Conference on Violence in Schools. Wingate Institute near Tel Aviv and the Emek Yezreel College in Northern Israel, Israel, December, 1999.

5. The nature and consequences of bullying: an Australian perspective. Keynote address: Bullying in Schools. Conference hosted by the Departments of Educational Science, Rand Afrikaan University, Kapanong Hotel, Benoni, Johannesburg, South Africa, September, 2000.

6. Stopping bullying in schools: perceptions, processes and prescriptions. Invited address. Understanding and Preventing bullying: An International perspective. Queen's University, Toronto, September 21, 2001.

7. Ramifications of peer victimisation for mental well-being of school children. The Irish Association of Suicidology, Tralee, Ireland, Nov 29, 2002.

8. Cross-national bystander study: Bystanding and bullying in schools. Paper at the International Society for Research on aggression. Santorini, Greece, Sept 18-22, 2004.

9. Bystander Behaviour among South Australian and South African schoolchildren observing bullying behaviour (with Dr B. Johnson) International Society for Research on Aggression. Santorini, Greece, Sept 18-22, 2004.

10. Bystander behaviour in schools in Italy and Australia. Invited paper at the Department of Psychology, University of Florence, September, 2004.

11. Stop bullying: a day seminar. Presented at the School of Education, University of Cambridge, October 8, 2004.

12. Bullying in schools: What more can be done? Keynote address at the 2nd National Conference on bullying in schools. Ottawa, Canada, March, 2005.

13. Bullying. Keynote address at the 2nd International Conference for Children and Youth with Challenging Issues. Singapore, 19-20, June, 2006.

14. Providing training to counter bullying: UNICEF funded Project in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October 4-9, 2006.

15. Addressing Bullying in schools. West Regional Equity Network. Tucson. University of Arizona, October, 2007.

16. Approaches to solving the problem of bullying in schools. The bullying Research Network. The University of Nebraska, Lincoln, October, 2007.

17. Bystander Interventions in Schools. International Speaker Series. Penn State University, October, 2007.

18. What to do about bullying. Invited keynote (Televised) for the Commission for children and partners. Hartford, Connecticut, October, 2007.

19. Working to prevent school bullying: key issues and strategies. 4th Annual Conference on bullying prevention. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Nov 2007.

20. Bystander intervention. Singapore Children's Society, 2008.

21. Bullying In Schools. Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, July, 2009.

22. Interventions in bullying. Paper presented at Goldsmiths College, London, July, 2009.

23. Seminar presentation. School bullying. City University of Hong Kong. August, 2009.

24. Six Methods of Intervention in Bullying Presentation at the National Centre against Bullying. Melbourne, March, 2010.

25. Responses to wrongdoing: addressing cases of bullying. The annual conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP), Adelaide April, 2012

26. The relationship between children's peer relations at school and the quality of parenting and family life. Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, July, 2012.

27. How schools are dealing with cases of bullying. NCAB 5th international biennial conference. 'Social Media, Bullying and Vulnerability: Connect. Respect. Protect.' Melbourne, June, 2012.

28. Engaging children in creating solutions to bully/victim problems in schools. 8th Global Conference - Creative Engagements: Thinking with children. Mansfield College, Oxford, July 2012

29. Interventions in cases of school bullying: a critical survey. 8th International Conference on Education, Samos Island, Greece, July.2013.

30. What teachers can do when cases of bullying occur: an examination of the nature and effectiveness of anti-bullying interventions in schools. The Australian No 2 Bullying Conference Surfers Paradise, Queensland 22 May 22- 24, 2013.

31. Psychological perspectives on school bullying and the law,' Invited Keynote at the Bullying, Young People and the Law Symposium , Sir Zelman Cowen Centre, Victoria University, July 18th 2013.

32. An exploratory model to address school bullying. UNICEF, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, June 2014

33. An exploratory model to address school bullying. UNICEF, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, June 2014.

34. Parenting and Bullying. Microsoft in Education, Singapore, July, 2014

35. Stopping bullying in schools. No2 Bullying Conference, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, May, 2014

36. Non-punitive approaches to bullying (a seminar) No2 Bullying Conference, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, May, 2014

37. Putting it together: an exploratory model of bullying. National Centre Against Bullying Conference, Melbourne, 2014

38. What do teachers know about bullying? National Centre Against Bullying, Conference, Melbourne, 2014.

37. What are Australian schools doing about bullying and what should be done. No2 Bullying Conference, Gold Coast, June 29th, 2015.

38. Using existing research to inform school policy development. Protecting children and youth on-line. Criterion Conference, Melbourne, Nov 27th.

39. The Prevalence and Effectiveness of Anti-bullying approaches in Australian schools: a review. Principals Australia Institute, February, 2015.

40.Bullying in Australian schools: Some findings from a Government report on the Prevalence and Effectiveness of anti-bullying strategies. NCAB Meeting October,2015.

41. Key findings from the exploratory study on the Prevalence and Effectiveness of anti-bullying strategies employed in Australian schools. Australian Department of Education, Canberra, November, 2015.

42. Student perspectives on school bullying: an exploratory study. Conference on Student Wellbeing and Prevention of Violent Behaviour (SWAP). Flinders University, July 13, 2016.

43. Bullying in Australian schools; multiple perceptions on bullying. NCAB Conference, Melbourne, July,2016.

44. How Australian school children are affected by bullying and what they think should be done about it NCAB Conference, Melbourne, July ,2016.

45. The relationship between bullying and wellbeing. Improving academic and educational outcomes in school - school wellbeing essentials. WISA Conference: Adelaide, November, 2016.

46.Bullying in schools in the United Arab Emirates World Forum on bullying. Stockholm Sweden. May 2017.

47. What teachers and trainee teachers believe about school bullying and its relationship to research findings. No More Harm National Conference, Brisbane, July, 2017.

48. How Australian parents of bullied and non-bullied children see their school responding to bullying. No Harm Conference Pullman, Melbourne in the Park, April 2018.

 

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