Mass Violence and Law Enforcement Personnel
Understanding Mass Violence: A Social Work Perspective
Department of Justice and Human Services
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Shulamith Lala Ashenberg Straussner, Norma Kolko Phillips
Understanding Mass Violence prepares social workers to intervene with people affected by human-caused violence, such as school shootings or terrorist acts.
The difficult challenges facing social work practitioners are discussed and suggestions for self-care are provided. Mass violence is also examined within the broader context of social policy and social justice.
The book is organized into 5 sections and includes 13 chapters, providing the content for a course on social work and mass violence or trauma.
first responders, law enforcement, mass violence
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Patterson, G. T., & Telesco, G. A. (2004). Mass Violence and Law Enforcement Personnel. Understanding Mass Violence: A Social Work Perspective, 117-126. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/shss_facbooks/28