eBook Encyclopedia Of School Crime And Violence, 1st Edition

  • Laura Finley
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  • ISBN-10: 0313362394
  • ISBN-13: 9780313362392
  • DDC: 371.7
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 692 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released January 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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About

Overview

It has been more than a decade since the Columbine High School massacre shocked the world—yet it is only recently that early assumptions about the event have given way to a clearer idea of why it happened. Meanwhile, the 2007 shootings at Virginia Tech University, as well as estimates that 20–30 percent of students will endure an abusive relationship, make it clear that the problem of school crime isn't going away.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Alphabetical List of Entries.
Topical List of Entries.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
1: Timeline of Significant Events Related to School Crime and Violence.
2: Abuse and Crime and Violence.
3: ADD/ADHD.
4: Adult Trials for Juveniles.
5: Africa and School Crime and Violence.
6: Alcohol and School Crime and Violence.
7: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
8: Amnesty International.
9: Anger Management.
10: Anonymous Tip Lines.
11: Arts-Based Programs.
12: Asia and School Crime and Violence.
13: Athletes and Crime and Violence, College.
14: Athletes and Crime and Violence, High School.
15: Athletes and Violence Prevention.
16: Auvinen, Pekka-Eric.
17: Bath, Michigan, School Bombing.
18: Baylor College Basketball Murder Case.
19: Beslan School Hostage Crisis.
20: Bias, Len.
21: Big Brothers Big Sisters.
22: Biological Theories.
23: Bishop, Amy.
24: Board of Ed. of Independent School District No. 92 of Pottawatomie County v. Earls.
25: Bosse, Sebastian.
26: Bowling for Columbine.
27: Brazill, Nathaniel.
28: Brewer, Michael.
29: Bullycide.
30: Bullying, College.
31: Bullying, High School.
32: Bullying Laws.
33: Canada and School Crime and Violence.
34: Carneal, Michael.
35: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
36: Central Asia Institute (CAI).
37: Choice Theories.
38: Clery Act.
39: Columbine High School Massacre.
40: Comprehensive Crime Control Act.
41: Conflict Resolution/Peer Mediation.
42: Conflict Theories.
43: Control Theories.
44: Coon, Asa.
45: Corporal Punishment.
46: Crime and Violence in Private Secondary Schools.
47: Crime Stoppers.
48: Cyber-offenses, College.
49: Cyber-offenses, High School.
50: Dann, Laurie.
51: Dating Violence, College.
52: Dating Violence, High School.
53: Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education.
54: Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine Attack on Ma'alot School.
55: Dhein, Alaa Abu.
56: Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancements and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA) Program.
57: Do Something.
58: Dress Codes.
59: Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.).
60: Drug Offenses, College.
61: Drug Offenses, High School.
62: Drug Testing.
63: Duke University Lacrosse Team Sexual Assault Case.
64: Educational Programs and Training, College.
65: Educational Programs and Training, High School.
66: Elementary Schools and Crime and Violence.
67: Elephant.
68: Emergency Response Plans.
69: European Union and School Crime and Violence.
70: Expect Respect.
71: Fear of School Crime and Violence.
72: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
73: Fiction and School Crime and Violence.
74: Flores, Robert.
75: Free Speech.
76: Gambling.
77: Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.).
78: Gangs and School Crime and Violence.
79: Gender and School Crime and Violence, College.
80: Gender and School Crime and Violence, High School.
81: Gender-Related Theories.
82: Gill, Kimveer.
83: Glen Ridge, New Jersey, Rape Incident.
84: Goss v. Lopez.
85: Gun Control Legislation.
86: Hamilton, Thomas.
87: Hamilton Fish Institute.
88: Hate Crimes, College.
89: Hazing, College.
90: Hazing, High School.
91: Hazing Laws.
92: Honor Codes.
93: Houston, Eric.
94: Human Rights Education.
95: Human Rights Watch.
96: In loco parentis.
97: Integrated Theories.
98: Jeremy.
99: Journals Devoted to School Crime and Violence.
100: Kent State National Guard Shootings.
101: King, Lawrence.
102: Kinkel, Kip.
103: Krestchmer, Tim.
104: Labeling Theories.
105: La Salle University Sex Scandal and Cover-up.
106: Latin America and School Crime and Violence.
107: Lépine, Marc.
108: Lo, Wayne.
109: Loukaitis, Barry.
110: Lu, Gang.
111: Manson, Marilyn.
112: Mental Illness and School Crime and Violence.
113: Mentoring.
114: Metal Detectors.
115: Middle East and School Crime and Violence.
116: Middle Schools and Crime and Violence.
117: Monitoring the Future Survey.
118: Moral Panics and Campus Crime and Violence.
119: Moral Panics and High School Crime and Violence.
120: Movies and School Crime and Violence.
121: Music and School Crime and Violence.
122: Muslims and School Crime and Violence.
123: National School Safety Center.
124: National Threat Assessment Center.
125: National Youth Survey.
126: National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center.
127: Natural Born Killers.
128: New Jersey v. T.L.O..
129: No Child Left Behind Act.
130: Northern Illinois University Shooting.
131: Northwestern High School Sex Scandal.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Odighizuwa, Peter.
2: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).
3: Ophelia Project.
4: Owens, Dedrick.
5: Parens patriae.
6: Parents and School Crime and Violence.
7: Peace and Justice Studies Association.
8: Peace Education, College.
9: Peace Education, High School.
10: Pennington, Douglas.
11: Police and Surveillance, College.
12: Police and Surveillance, High School.
13: Policies and Campus Violence Laws.
14: Poulin, Robert.
15: Prescription Drugs and School Crime and Violence.
16: Prince, Phoebe.
17: Professor-Perpetrated Crime and Violence.
18: Property Crimes, College.
19: Property Crimes, High School.
20: Public Health Approach.
21: Punitive Responses, College.
22: Purdy, Patrick.
23: Race and School Crime and Violence.
24: Ramsey, Evan.
25: Religion and High School Crime and Violence.
26: Resolving Conflict Creatively Program (RCCP).
27: Restorative Justice.
28: Roberts, Charles.
29: Rural School Violence.
30: Saari, Matti.
31: Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act.
32: Safe Schools/GLSEN.
33: Safford Unified School District #1 v. Redding.
34: Save the Children.
35: School Crime and School Climate, College.
36: School Crime and School Climate, High School.
37: School Crime Victimization Survey.
38: School-to-Prison Pipeline.
39: Search and Seizure, High School.
40: Security on Campus, Inc..
41: Sexual Assault Crimes, College.
42: Sexual Assault Crimes, High School.
43: Sexual Harassment.
44: Sexual Orientation and School Crime and Violence, College.
45: Sexual Orientation and School Crime and Violence, High School.
46: Social Learning Theories.
47: Social Networking.
48: Social Structure Theories.
49: Solomon, T.J..
50: South America and School Crime and Violence.
51: Southern Poverty Law Center.
52: Spencer, Brenda.
53: Spur Posse.
54: Steinhäuser, Robert.
55: Stop Bullying Now.
56: Suburban School Violence.
57: Suicide, College.
58: Suicide, High School.
59: Systemic/Structural Violence, College.
60: Systemic/Structural Violence, High School.
61: Teacher-Perpetrated Crime and Violence, High School.
62: Technological Responses, High School.
63: Technology and Campus Crime and Violence.
64: Teen Courts.
65: Tinker v. Des Moines School District.
66: Treacy, Wayne.
67: United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
68: U.S. Department of Education.
69: U.S. Department of Justice.
70: Vernonia School District 47J v. Acton.
71: Victimless Offenses, College.
72: Victimless Offenses, High School.
73: Video Games.
74: Violent Nonsexual Crimes, College.
75: Violent Nonsexual Crimes, High School.
76: Virginia Tech Massacre.
77: Weise, Jeff.
78: Whitman, Charles.
79: Wimberley, Teah.
80: Woodham, Luke.
81: Wurst, Andrew.
82: Youth Activism.
83: Youth Crime Watch of America.
84: Zero-Tolerance Laws.
85: Discussion Questions.
86: Extension Activities Related to School and Campus Crime and Violence.
Important Federal Legislation Related to School and Campus Crime and Violence.
Primary Source Documents: Sample Legislation: K—12 Public Schools.
Primary Source Documents: Sample Legislation: Colleges and Universities.
U.S. Supreme Court Cases Related to School and Campus Crime and Violence.
U.S. Supreme Court Decisions Relevant to School Crime and Violence.
Recommended Films About School and Campus Crime and Violence.
Recommended Resources.
Index.
About the Editor and Contributors.