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Lessons Learned From School Shootings: Perspectives from the United States of America

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Lessons Learned From School Shootings: Perspectives from the United States of America

Book Title

SpringerBriefs in Psychology [Series Title]

Edition

1st

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Document Type

Book

Abstract/Excerpt/Description

This brief investigates school shootings and their impact on individual, community, and societal levels. It includes professional and personal perspectives from individuals directly involved in and impacted by school shootings. These novel perspectives will help inform best practices necessary to strengthen school safety measures, as well as prevention and response efforts. This brief will serve as helpful guide to mental health professionals, school administrators, psychology students and educators, law enforcement, and threat management and crisis response teams, aiding in better understanding of the many factors surrounding school shootings.

Keywords

crime control and security, cross-cultural counseling, developmental psychology, forensic psychology, minorities, multiculturalism, youth offending and juvenile justice

DOI

10.1007/978-3-030-75480-8

ISBN

9783030754792

Publication Date

7-31-2021

Publisher

Springer

Disciplines

Psychology

Lessons Learned From School Shootings: Perspectives from the United States of America
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