6 edition of Dealing With Youth Violence found in the catalog.
February 1, 1995
by Solution Tree
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
This publication addresses many of the complexities of violence, and provides information to prepare educators and parents to combat violence in schools and communities. Dealing with Youth Violence. What Schools and Communities Need To Know. Duhon-Sells, Rose, by: 7. communities and youth being stereotyped and becoming desensitized to violence, violence becoming an acceptable way of dealing with conflict, gangs proliferating, police presence increasing and leading to harassment, students having more difficulty focusing on school,File Size: KB.
On any given day in the United States, you will find a news story about youth violence. Whether it is street violence, bullying, or a school shooting, our country's youth is plagued by violent American Psychological Association (APA) defines youth violence as an extreme form of aggression with the goal of physical harm, injury, or : Denise Witmer. Differences by age. Except for physical assault, all types of exposure to violence were more common among older children and adolescents. For example, past-year rates for maltreatment were greater for older children: In , 13 percent of children ages 2 to 5, 14 percent of children ages 6 to 9, and 16 percent of children ages 10 to 13 reported maltreatment in the past year, compared with
Youth violence is a global public health problem. It includes a range of acts from bullying and physical fighting, to more severe sexual and physical assault to homicide. The decade between and was marked by an unprecedented surge of violence, often lethal violence, among young people in the United States. For millions of youths and their families, a period of life that should have been distinguished by good health and great promise was instead marred by injuries, disability, and death (Cook & Laub, ). This epidemic of violence not only left.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: How educators, students, parents, and law enforcement officials see school violence / by Rose M. Duhon-Sells and Halloway C. Sells --Addressing school violence through an understanding of gangs and gang-related behaviors / by Vera Inez Daniels and Theodore Pikes --Curbing violence: a.
This book shows that it is important for every parent, teacher, and citizen to make an effort to help stop the wave of killing and violence caused by America's youth.
Most significant, it's a guideline to show how that can be accomplished. Youth violence has been a serious problem for many countries over the past decades as teenagers have become more aggressive and incidents have resulted in more serious consequences.
Children increasingly have access to guns and knives with many high schools bringing in security measures to. Providing the latest research on effective prevention and intervention strategies for reducing youth violence, Youth Violence: Prevention, Intervention, and Social Policy is a comprehensive 3/5(1).
When youth work becomes crisis managers. Anyone who stays in youth ministry for a while will encounter significant crises. Family break-ups, substance abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, cutting, suicide, gun violenceŠ But without proper Dealing With Youth Violence book immediate care, crises like these can cause years of emotional pain and spiritual scarring in students/5(17).
Explore our list of Teens, youth and violence->Teen nonfiction Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Preventing Youth Violence in a Multicultural Society highlights the importance of creating culturally compatible interventions to stop violence among the youngest members of diverse populations.
Chapters explore how ethnicity and culture can increase or decrease risk for violence among youth depending on contextual factors such as a disadvantaged upbringing, exposure to trauma, and Pages: designed to reduce youth violence.
The current trend in juvenile justice favors punishments such as harsher sentencing for juvenile criminals, but less stringent preventive measures include curfews for young people, school uniforms, conflict resolution programs, and enforcing parental accountability.
Rehabilitation Programs Can Reduce Youth Violence File Size: KB. Providing the latest research on effective prevention and intervention strategies for reducing youth violence, Youth Violence: Prevention, Intervention, and Social Policy is a comprehensive resource for dealing with both perpetrators and victims of violence and understanding the risk factors facing youth.
Wallace, B C & Carter, R T (eds)Understanding and dealing with violence: a multicultural approach, Winter roundtable series, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 15 Maydoi: / Wallace, Barbara C and Robert T Carter, eds.
Understanding and Dealing with Violence: A Multicultural Approach. Identifying the best practices for preventing youth violence involves two approaches, each with its own limitations. The first is meta-analysis, a rigorous statistical method of combining the results of several studies to obtain more reliable estimates of the effects of a general type of treatment or intervention.
The problem of how to respond to violence involving young people continues to challenge youth workers and policy makers across Europe and the world. In this book, Mike Seal and Pete Harris draw on the findings of a two-year European research project—in which peer researchers spoke to young people—to examine different responses to youth violence.
Developing a unique analytical framework. Most books emphasize current abusive relationships. This book specifically discusses life after the abuse to those fortunate enough to escape.
It is an interactive book with work pages. This book is good to read independently or in exercises with a therapist. I highly recommend this book for anyone in a DV shelter or receiving DV by: 8.
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This text offers a comprehensive overview of youth violence, including background information that defines the problem internationally, a conceptual framework for understanding approaches to youth.
The goal for youth violence prevention is to stop youth violence from happening in the first place. Preventing youth violence requires addressing factors at all levels of the social ecology —the individual, relational, community, and societal levels.
CDC’s technical package, A Comprehensive Technical Package for the Prevention of Youth Violence and Associated Risk Behaviors, highlights strategies based on the best available evidence to help states and communities prevent or reduce youth.
Community Violence Cohn, J. Why did it happen. Helping young children cope with the experience of violence. Morrow Junior Books. (Preschool-Early Elementary) Garbarino, J. Lets talk about living in a world with violence: An activity book for school age children.
Chicago, IL: Erikson Institute. (Elementary level). This book is an excellent tool for therapists, counselors, child protection workers, teachers, and parents dealing with children affected by sexual abuse. Jessie's story adds a sense of hope for what should be, and the knowledge that the child protection system can work for children.
The book must meet book publishing industry standards for formatting, structure and presentation. The writing must exhibit expert understanding of domestic violence or related topics. The author is ideally widely recognized for their expertise on the topic presented.
The book must have an ISBN Founded: If a counsellor becomes aware of them they may be able to diffuse the situation and prevent a violent outburst from occurring or getting out of control. UNDERSTANDING VIOLENCE IS THE FIRST STEP TOWARD DEALING WITH IT. CAUSES OF VIOLENCE. 1) Cold Violence.
This is more the domain of the police than the therapist. Teen dating violence (TDV) is a type of intimate partner violence. It occurs between two people in a close relationship. TDV includes four types of behavior: Physical violence is when a person hurts or tries to hurt a partner by hitting, kicking, or using another type of physical force.Violence is one of the most complex and difficult student problems in public education.
It interferes with students' academic performance, career options, and personal and social growth, and threatens the safety of students and faculty.
Most professionals who work in schools are not trained to deal with violence. At the same time, incidents of violence are growing dramatically in urban Author: Fred Bemak, Susan Keys.that a domestic violence survivor should just leave the abuser and the abusive relationship.
Many reasons exist to indicate why this is not always possible or desirable on the part of the abused. The good news is that skills for recognizing and effectively dealing with abusive relationships can be learned.