Handbook of Children, Culture, and Violence
SAGE Publications, Nov 23, 2005 - Psychology - 536 pages
The Handbook of Children, Culture, and Violence provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary examination of childhood violence that considers children as both consumers and perpetrators of violence, as well as victims of it. This Handbook is the first single volume to consider situations when children are responsible for violence, rather than focusing exclusively on occasions when they are victimized.
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13 Positive Features of Video Games
14 Children Adolescents and the Culture of Online Hate
15 Constitutional Obstacles to Regulating Violence in the Media
CHILDREN AS PERPETRATORS OF VIOLENCE
16 Peer Victimization
17 Bullying and Violence in American Schools
18 Judging Juvenile Responsibility
19 Adult Punishment for Juvenile Offenders
6 Mitigating the Impact of Publicity on Child Crime Victims and Witnesses
CHILDREN AS CONSUMERS OF VIOLENCE
7 The Violent Shadows of Childrens Culture
8 A Preliminary Demography of Television Violence
9 Protecting Childrens Welfare in an AnxietyProvoking Media Environment
10 The Impact of Violent Music on Youth
11 How Real Is the Problem of TV Violence?
Effects on Youth and Public Policy Implications