|Author||: Badea, Mihaela,Suditu, Mihaela|
|Publisher||: IGI Global|
|Release Date||: 2017-08-10|
|ISBN 10||: 1522529616|
|Pages||: 266 pages|
Nonviolent environments are desirable in many areas of life, yet none are as essential as within our educational institutions. Providing a safe space for students has become a critical concern in modern society. Violence Prevention and Safety Promotion in Higher Education Settings is a vital resource that examines the current sources of violence within educational systems, and it offers solutions on how to provide a safer space for both students and educators alike. Highlighting pertinent areas of interest including technological violence, academic regulations, nonviolent communication, and gender discrimination, this reference publication is ideal for academicians, future educators, students, and researchers interested in recent advancements that aid in providing secure, safe educational environments for everyone.
"Sixth symposium sponsored by the Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies, [University of Maryland]"--Pref.
|Author||: Dominique Groux - Coordination du dossier : Véronique Francis, Marie-Ange Akoa et Sandy Nadeau|
|Release Date||: 2021-04-28|
|ISBN 10||: 2140174984|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
The purpose of this review is to provide an analytical overview of recent literature in the area of family violence. The review covers scholarly research, theoretical approaches and practical applications to prevention, protection and treatment of family violence.
This major contribution to debates on violence and gender relations looks at abusive behaviour as it affects women, men, children and older people. The book is fundamentally concerned with the interrelations of theory and practice. It focuses both on the development of theory and on effective interventions and professional practices, particularly in the fields of social work and social welfare. While a gendered approach to violence is the central theme of the book, other social divisions and oppressions - such as class, age and race - are analyzed, and their implications for intervention are considered. The book also explores the distinctions and connections between institutional and interpersonal violence. Special a