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- Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
- Cornell, Dewey Gene
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- 300 g
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Issues in School Violence Research
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Dewey Gene Cornell
Illustrated with numerous case studies-many drawn from the author's work as a forensic psychologist-this book identifies 19 myths and misconceptions about youth violence, from ordinary bullying to rampage shootings. It covers controversial topics ...
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"Packed With Information and insight. ... A Quintessential Resource For Scholars, Graduate Students, And Professionals. The nationally recognized experts contributing to this book address a breadth of topics related to school violence, including bullying, high-risk behaviors, warning signs, school climate, discipline, surveying students, and weapons at school. This book provides core knowledge that has numerous implications for professional efforts to prevent violence at school and promote safe, effective, and responsive schools."
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INTRODUCTION Issues in School Violence Research (Edwin R. Gerler, Jr.) ARTICLES Methodological and Measurement Issues in School Violence Research: Moving Beyond the Social Problem Era (Michael J. Furlong, Gale M. Morrison, Dewey G. Cornell, and Russell Skiba) Warning Signs of Problems in Schools: Ecological Perspectives and Effective Practices for Combating School Aggression and Violence (David Osher, Richard VanAcker, Gale M. Morrison, Robert Gable, Kevin Dwyer, and Mary Quinn) Using Office Referral Records in School Violence Research: Possibilities and Limitations (Gale M. Morrison, Reece Peterson, Stacy O'Farrell, and Megan Redding) Identification of Bullies and Victims: A Comparison of Methods (Dewey G. Cornell and Karen Brockenbrough) Data Quality in Student Risk Behavior Surveys and Administrator Training (Jennifer E. Cross and Rebecca Newman-Gonchar) An Examination of the Reliability, Data Screening Procedures, and Extreme Response Patterns for the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey (Michael J. Furlong, Jill D. Sharkey, Michael P. Bates, and Douglas C. Smith) Structural Equation Modeling of School Violence Data: Methodological Considerations (Matthew J. Mayer) Beyond Guns, Drugs and Gangs: The Structure of Student Perceptions of School Safety (Russell Skiba, Ada B. Simmons, Reece Peterson, Janet McKelvey, Susan Ford, and Sarah Gallini) Index Reference Notes Included