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Why We Could Not Make CAPSLE Anti‐Bullying Philosophy Work in Hungarian Environment?

Why We Could Not Make CAPSLE Anti‐Bullying Philosophy Work in Hungarian Environment? In March, 2008, during a physics lesson in a Budapest Grammar School a pupil assaulted his teacher; he kicked at him, decried him, and wanted to fight. The scene was filmed on a cell phone by one of his classmates and placed on the Internet. Pictures of the 2.5 minutes long recording were spread over the Hungarian media within days; it was probably the first “bullying” case that caused a national stir. The Parents’ and Children's Consultation Center (PCCC) is an institution that belongs to the Ministry of Education and is organized for the free psychological service of children and families. In the capital, each district has its own PCCC; to date they do predominantly diagnostic and consulting work. There is hardly any time for psychotherapy due to the growing number of children presenting and to the lack of financial resources. Many incidents are unreported school cases, but it is important that these are not restricted to the problem of hot tempered child/intimidated teacher. Following there were many other cases resembling the earlier mentioned one. In May, 2008, two secondary school students beat up their classmate, a 17‐year‐old boy, then threw him into a lake where he drowned. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies Wiley

Why We Could Not Make CAPSLE Anti‐Bullying Philosophy Work in Hungarian Environment?

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Publisher
Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
ISSN
1742-3341
eISSN
1556-9187
DOI
10.1002/aps.1316
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Abstract

In March, 2008, during a physics lesson in a Budapest Grammar School a pupil assaulted his teacher; he kicked at him, decried him, and wanted to fight. The scene was filmed on a cell phone by one of his classmates and placed on the Internet. Pictures of the 2.5 minutes long recording were spread over the Hungarian media within days; it was probably the first “bullying” case that caused a national stir. The Parents’ and Children's Consultation Center (PCCC) is an institution that belongs to the Ministry of Education and is organized for the free psychological service of children and families. In the capital, each district has its own PCCC; to date they do predominantly diagnostic and consulting work. There is hardly any time for psychotherapy due to the growing number of children presenting and to the lack of financial resources. Many incidents are unreported school cases, but it is important that these are not restricted to the problem of hot tempered child/intimidated teacher. Following there were many other cases resembling the earlier mentioned one. In May, 2008, two secondary school students beat up their classmate, a 17‐year‐old boy, then threw him into a lake where he drowned.

Journal

International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic StudiesWiley

Published: Mar 1, 2013

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