Aggression and violence by school-age children and youth:
- Dealing with aggressive students on-the-spot. Berry, R. Ladson // Education Digest;Nov94, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p27
Provides tips on how to deal with angry students or adults. Awareness of signals of potential crisis behavior; Ways to respond verbally; Things to do when attacked by an angry person.
- AGGRESSION LEVEL OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO HAVE DIFFERENT PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS. Şahın, 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...
- Teachers' perceptions of physical aggression among secondary school students: A New Zealand view. Marsh, Louise; Williams, Sheila; McGee, Rob // Australian Journal of Education (ACER Press);Nov2009, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p245
Previous research has found differences between adults' and students' perceptions of adolescents' aggressive behaviour. This study examines teachers' perceptions of physical aggression among New Zealand secondary school students. A survey assessed teachers' perceptions of problematic behaviour,...
- Angry and Aggressive Students. Larson, Jim // Education Digest;Mar2008, Vol. 73 Issue 7, p48
The article presents information on preventing and responding to anger and aggression in students. Types of aggressive behavior are discussed including proactive, reactive, and relational aggression. Connections are made between emotional disabilities, cognitive development, and reactive...
- Conflict in the Community College Classroom. Carpenter, Will // Academic Leadership (15337812);2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
The article examines the prevalence of violence and aggression in community college classrooms. It is stated that in these classes students are under more stress than elementary and secondary students and they tend to lose their temper. Reportedly, on an average, 11% of all students and 12% of...
- Relationship of sport participation to sex role orientation and attitudes toward women among high... Andre, Thomas; Holland, Alyce // Journal of Sport Behavior;Dec95, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p241
Compares sex role orientations and attitudes toward women of high school male and female non-athletes who competed in more aggressive sports, and athletes who competed in less aggressive sports in the United States. Stereotypical attitudes in athletes; Indication that level of aggressiveness in...
- Disentangling the 'whys' from the 'whats' of aggressive behaviour. Little, Todd D.; Henrich, Christopher C.; Jones, Stephanie M.; Hawley, Patricia H. // International Journal of Behavioral Development;Mar2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p122
We examined the validity of a measurement system for the study of aggression that distinguishes among four principle dimensions of aggressive behaviour: overt and relational aggression (i.e., the "whats") and instrumental and reactive aggression (i.e., the "whys"). The sample comprised 1723...
- Tv bashed. // Better Nutrition;Jul2002, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p20
Reports the relationship of television viewing in adolescence to violent behavior in the U.S. Effects of media violence on behavior; Adoption of aggressive behavior; Factors affecting the conduct of teen-ager.
- URBAN LEGENDS. TIMPSON, ANT // Metro (NZ);Mar2011, Issue 351, p138
The article offers information on the growing aggression among teenagers in New Zealand.