Answered By: Kultida Dunigan Last Updated: Jan 13, 2015 Views: 10
You'll want to start by looking near the LD 3013 call number range. We have a series of books about current issues. Look for books such as this one called School Reform, check the table of contents, and look for the appropriate chapter that covers your topic. We can also request additional books from the Pendleton campus and bring them to the Anderson or Easley Campus (brought by courier on weekdays).
You can find additional information by using our Academic Search Premier and JSTOR databases to find scholarly journal articles: http://library.tctc.edu/databases. You may want to refine your topic based on the type of bullying -- cyber-bullying, for example, or focus on a particular age group.
Another good source for controversial issues is Opposing Viewpoints in Context. There is a link to 'Opposing Viewpoints' under 'Databases' on the Library homepage. Topics are listed within different categories. Bullying should be in 'Society and Culture'. If you click on 'view all', you should be able to find bullying there.