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School Of Violence

Urban Students' Perceptions of the School Environment's Influence on School Violence

Harassment of Gay and Lesbian Youth and School Violence in America An Analysis and Directions for Intervention

Urban Youths' Views of Violence in Their Communities: Implications for Schools

Schools Embedded in Larger Contexts: The Matryoshka Doll Theory of School Violence

Students’ personal traits, violence exposure, family factors, school dynamics and the perpetration of violence in Taiwanese elementary schools

Are school-level factors associated with primary school students' experience of physical violence from school staff in Uganda?

Barriers to the Use of Evidence-Supported Programs to Address School Violence

Conceptual and Methodological Considerations for Assessment and Prevention of Adolescent Dating Violence and Stalking at School

Impact of School Violence on Youth Alcohol Abuse: Differences Based on Gender and Grade Level

Violence and related factors among high school students in semirural areas of Eskişehir, Turkey Burcu Ataly

Project Peace: The Evaluation of a Skill-Based Violence Prevention Program for High School Adolescents

Addressing Interpersonal Violence in the School Context: Awareness and Use of Evidence-supported Programs

Violence Prevention after Columbine: A Survey of High School Mental Health Professionals

PM353. School Violence and Depressive Symptom in Children of Multicultural Families in South Korea

The Influence of Within-School Context on the Subjective Experience of Victimization: Safety, Violence as a Problem, and School Nonattendence Due to Fear

The association of self‐reported violence at home and health in primary school pupils in West London

Violence prevention through reduction of risks to child health and development in the years prior to school

Padres Trabajando por la Paz: a randomized trial of a parent education intervention to prevent violence among middle school children

 

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