MALTRATO ENTRE IGUALES Y EXCLUSIÓN SOCIAL EN LA COMUNIDAD DE MADRID. ANÁLISIS Y POSIBILIDADES DE INTERVENCIÓN
Tags: SCHOOL violence -- Research; SCHOOL bullying -- Research; VIOLENCE in adolescence; SCHOOL environment -- Social aspects; ADOLESCENT psychology; AGGRESSION (Psychology) in adolescence -- Research
- AGGRESSION LEVEL OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO HAVE DIFFERENT PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS. Sahin, Ekrem Sedat; Korkut Owen, Fidan // Turkish Psychological Counseling & Guidance Journal;2009, Vol. 4 Issue 32, p73
The article presents a study which examined the aggression level of high school students with different psychological needs in Kayseri, Turkey. The study unveiled the significant role of the common effects of independent variables on students' aggression points. It revealed that female students...
- Homophobic Teasing, Psychological Outcomes, and Sexual Orientation Among High School Students: What Influence Do Parents and Schools Have? Espelage, Dorothy L.; Aragon, Steven R.; Birkett, Michelle; Koenig, Brian W. // School Psychology Review;2008, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p202
Homophobic teasing is often long-term, systematic, and perpetrated by groups of students (Rivers, 2001); it places targets at risk for greater suicidal ideation, depression, and isolation (Elliot & Kilpatrick, 1994). This study fills a gap in the literature by examining buffering influences of...
- The SCIENCE of VIOLENCE. Gaskins, Pearl // Science World;10/15/2001, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p8
Discusses the science behind teen violence. INSET: The Neurobiology of Relationships, by Dr. Bruce Perry.
- DEALING WITH Violent Impulses. Brodkin, Adele M. // Scholastic Scope;4/10/2000, Vol. 48 Issue 15, p20
Presents a question-and-answer advisory on how teenagers can deal with violent impulses.
- Sticks and Stones Can Break My Bones and Words Can Really Hurt Me. Conoley, Jane Close // School Psychology Review;2008, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p217
The article discusses verbal abuse and school violence amongst children. A publication from the National Center for Education Statistics on school safety reported that 43% of middle school educators state that student bullying occurs at school daily or weekly. The author states that victims...
- School Violence: Associations With Control, Security/Enforcement, Educational/Therapeutic Approaches, and Demographic Factors. Nickerson, Amanda B.; Martens, Matthew P. // School Psychology Review;2008, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p228
This study examined the extent to which three approaches to violence prevention and response were associated with the incidence of school crime and disruption after accounting for the influence of demographic variables. Secondary data analyses were conducted with four subsets of the sample of...
- "This is exactly what this study is all about and it is happening right in front of me!" Using Participatory action research to awaken a sense of injustice within a privileged institution. Stoudt, Brett G. // Journal on Masculinities & Social Change / Masculinidades y Camb;Jun2012, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p134
Rockport is an elite, all boys, day school in the northeast United States. It educates mostly white, wealthy, young men. Student researchers, faculty researchers and I collaborated to study bullying at Rockport using an approach to research known as participatory action research (PAR). In the...
- Die Macht der Verh�ltnisse. Priem, Karin // ZQF - Zeitschrift fuer Qualitative Forschung;2007, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p51
The paper focuses on two topical novels, from France and Germany, on life in school. The novels were chosen because of the high cross-national parallelism in their ways of conducting plots and of problematizing school as a closed sphere of power. Bourdieu's theory of symbolic violence is...
- ANGRY ADOLESCENTS WHO WORRY ABOUT BECOMING VIOLENT. Silver, Marcia E.; Field, Tiffany M.; Sanders, Christopher E.; Diego, Miguel // Adolescence;Winter2000, Vol. 35 Issue 140, p663
Presents information on a study which investigated adolescents who thought their anger could lead to violence. Methodology; Results of the study; Discussion.