Wiley Handbooks in Education: The Wiley Handbook on Violence in Education: Forms, Factors, and Preventions

Editor: Shapiro, Harvey
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Wiley

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-11-896667-9
Category: Social Sciences - Contemporary Issues & Controversies
Image Count: 31
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

With contributions from noted experts in a wide-range of scholarly and professional fields, The Wiley Handbook on Violence in Education offers original research and essays that address the troubling issue of violence in education.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on the Editors
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Introduction: Context, Form, Prevention, and Response: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Violence in Education
  • Section 1: School Shootings
  • Section 1 Introduction: Broadening the Context, Refocusing the Response
  • 1. The Menace of School Shootings in America: Panic and Overresponse
  • 2. Threat Assessment
  • 3. School Shootings, Societal Violence and Gun Culture
  • 4. Learning to Be a Rampage Shooter: The Case of Elliot Rodger
  • 5. The Logic of the Exception: Violence Revisited*
  • 6. Student Profiling and Negative Implications for Students with Disabilities
  • 7. Aftermath of School Shootings: A Model for Relational Aesthetic Response, Reconstruction, and Associated Living
  • Section 2: Group and Gang Violence in Education
  • Section 2 Introduction: Group and Gang Violence in Education
  • 8. The Distinguishing Features, Trends, and Challenges of Group and Gang Violence in Education
  • 9. Socio-Ecological Risk and Protective Factors for Youth Gang Involvement
  • 10. School of Hard Knocks: Gangs, Schools, and Education in the United States
  • 11. Do School Policies and Programs Improve Outcomes by Reducing Gang Presence in Schools?
  • 12. An Historical Account of the Discursive Construction of Zero Tolerance in Print Media
  • 13. School Surveillance and Gang Violence: Deterrent, Criminalizing, or Context-Specific Effects
  • 14. When Gangs Are in Schools: Expectations for Administration and Challenges for Youth
  • 15. Short School-based Interventions to Reduce Violence: A Review
  • Section 3: Bullying, Sexual Violence, and Suicide in Education
  • Section 3 Introduction: Bullying, Sexual Violence, and Suicide in Education
  • 16. Bullying and Cyberbullying Prevalence as a Form of Violence in Education
  • 17. School Climate and Bullying Prevention Programs
  • 18. Sexual Violence in K–12 Settings
  • 19. Violence against LGBTQ Students: Punishing and Marginalizing Difference*
  • 20. Intimate Partner Violence in Higher Education: Integrated Approaches for Reducing Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault on Campus
  • 21. Researching Sexual Violence with Girls in Rural South Africa: Some Methodological Challenges in Using Participatory Visual Methodologies
  • 22. Bullying, Suicide, and Suicide Prevention in Education
  • Section 4: Structural and Symbolic Violence in Education
  • Section 4 Introduction: Structures of Violence in Education
  • 23. Why Schools? Coercion, Refuge, and Expression as Factors in Gun Violence
  • 24. “Don't Feed the Trolls”: Violence and Discursive Performativity
  • 25. Gender as a Factor in School Violence: Honor and Masculinity
  • 26. Radical Truth Telling from the Ferguson Uprising: An Educational Intervention to Shift the Narrative, Build Political Efficacy, Claim Power, and Transform Communities
  • 27. Emmanuel Levinas: Philosophical Exposures, and Responses to Systemic and Symbolic Violence in Education
  • 28. Violence and Peace in Schools: Some Philosophical Reflections
  • 29. Critical Peace Education as a Response to School Violence: Insights from Critical Pedagogies for Non-violence