Preventing Youth Violence: Rethinking the Role of Gender and Schools
By: Vanita Sundaram (author)Hardback
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Young people explain, excuse and justify violence in a range of situations and view violence prevention as a difficult, if not impossible, endeavour. But how do young people form these views, and how can this knowledge be used by schools to reduce youth violence? This book explores these questions in a study with British teenagers.
Vanita Sundaram is Senior Lecturer in Education, University of York, UK. She is also a member of the Executive Committee for the International Gender and Education Association.
Introduction 1. The Case for Youth-Informed Violence Prevention 2. Re-establishing the Link between Gender and Violence 3. Capturing Youth Perspectives on Violence: Approaches and Techniques 4. What is Violence? Characterisations and Understandings of Violence 5. Asserting Gender through Narrative about Violence 6. What is the Role of Schools in Violence Prevention? 7. Examining the Role of (Gender in) Schools in Preventing Youth Violence
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