|Author(s)|| Bondü, Rebecca |
Cornell, Dewey G.
|Title||Student homicidal violence in schools: An international problem|
|Published in||New Directions for Youth Development, No. 129|
|Abstract||School homicides have been become a worldwide phenomenon. In the decade following the Columbine shooting there have been at least forty similar events in other countries. This article addresses the international scope of this problem and some of the complex conceptual issues that make student homicidal violence difficult to define and study. Meaningful research on risk and protective factors that can inform evidence-based preventive models is summarized.|
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