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School Violence Intervention, Second Edition
A Practical Handbook



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ISBN 9781572301757
Published July 2, 1997 by Guilford Press

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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction. Goldstein, Conoley, Student Aggression: Current Status. Part II: Practitioners' Perspectives. Striepling-Goldstein, The Low-Aggression Classroom: A Teacher's View. Braaten, Creating Safe Schools: A Practitioner's Perspective. Grady, Haar, Losh, The State Department of Education's Role in Creating Safe Schools. Part III: Student-Oriented Interventions. Carey, Preschool Interventions. Keller, Tapasak, Classroom-Based Approaches. Poland, School Crisis Teams. Oestmann, Interventions for Aggressive Students in a Public School Day Treatment Program. Kodluboy, Gang-Oriented Interventions. Part IV: School-Oriented Interventions. Sullivan, Conoley, Academic and Curriculum Interventions. Morrison, Furlong, D'Incau, Morrison, The Safe School: Integrating the School Reform Agenda to Prevent Disruption and Violence at School. Trump, Security Policy, Personnel, and Operations. Goldstein, Controlling Vandalism: The Person-Environment Duet. Part V: System-Oriented Interventions. Christenson, Anderson, Hirsch, Families with Aggressive Children and Adolescents. Garbarino, deLara, Coping with the Consequences of School Violence. Conoley, Sullivan, The Real World: Good Ideas Are Never Enough. Part VI: Special Topics. Gwendolyn Cartledge, Carolyn Talbert Johnson, School Violence and Cultural Sensitivity. Hyman, Mahon, Cohen, Snook, Britton, Lurkis, Victims and Victimizers: The Two Faces of Violence. Rozalski, Yell, Law and School Safety. Part VII: Summary and Challenges for the Future. Conoley, Goldstein, The Known, Unknown, and Future of Violence Reduction.

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