Remembering Robert Wood

February 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb2000, Issue 100, p8
Discusses reasons why children resort to violence in the school setting. Suggestions in preventing school rampages and shootings; Narration of the author's experience of bullying a student when she was in grade school; Contribution of childhood experiences to future behavior.


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