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Bullying and Mobbing in Schools and Workplaces-bookcover

By: Adrian Sparlac

Bullying and Mobbing in Schools and Workplaces

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Considering the fact that bullying and mobbing in schools and workplaces has become a worldwide problem where tens of million people are getting hurt, many of them marked for life and even lose their lives mainly because most societies from across the world failed to protect its people, the present book is a great eye-opener on this very important matter. The uniqueness of this book lies in the author’s attempt to make a very accurate X-ray of the degrading world society, from which bullying, cyberbullying and mobbing spring. We believe that the democracy of today’s societies has moved too far away from the ethical and moral values that underlie a healthy society and this is the cause of all iniquities. That is why, in almost all countries, issues such as bullying, cyberbullying, and mobbing are only symptomatically addressed. However, let us not lose hope because there are also a couple of countries that have impressive results because they approach issues very effectively from an ethical and moral point of view. All of this is described in the contents of this book.

Adrian Spârlac is the author of Alzheimer's Return to Functionality and Essay on the Classification of Human Traditional Senses. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. What made him to write this piece of work is the highly intriguing fact that memory has a sequential or episodical return to a patient suffering from Alzheimer's disease. That led him to draw the conclusion that in Alzheimer's disease, memory is intact but for certain reasons it is not accessed. The author of this book will reveal some of those reasons among other highly engaging and very interesting things that our readers will come across in this new piece of work.
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