School Violence

9005 Words Nov 24th, 2012 37 Pages
I. INTRODUCTION 2 1.1. Rationale 2 1.2. Aims of the Research 3 1.3. Research Questions 3 1.4. Significance of the Research 3 1.5. Limitation of the Research 3 II. LITERATURE REVIEW 4 2.1. Definition 4 2.2. Characteristics 4 2.3. Opinions about School Violence 5 III. METHODOLOGY 6 3.1. Subjects 6 3.2. Scope 6 3.3. Methods 6 3.3.1. Method of Collecting Information 6 3.3.2. Data Collection Instruments 7 IV. FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION 7 4.1. Essence of School Violence 7 4.1.1. The Real Situation of School Violence in Dalat City 7 4.1.2. The Consequence of School Violence 12 4.2. Cause of School Violence 13 4.2.1. Directly Cause. 14 4.2.2. Indirectly Cause 15 4.3. Solution of School Violence 18 …show more content…
How about real situation of school violence in Dalat city( at secondary-high school Nguyen Du, secondary school Bui ThiXuan, secondary, school QuangTrung, secondary-high school TâySơn)
2. What are the causes of school violence?
3. How can school violence be prevented?
1.4. Significance of the Research
Enhance understanding, a sense of responsibility not only for students but also for whole society. From which we can also protect ourselves and others. In addition, it also expresses the responsibility for community.
1.5. Limitation of the Research
Due to the brief timeframe of the research, the recommendations provided cannot be extended beyond the situations described in this report. We just research into 160 students in the 4 schools (secondary-high school Nguyen Du, secondary school Bui Thi Xuan, secondary, school Quang Trung, secondary-high school Tây Sơn). We could not research into all of student in all of 4 schools . Besieds, we could not study on a large scale in Dalat city.
II. LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1. Definition
According to http://www.nssc1.org/school-violence-is-of-many-types.html, a proper definition given by the North Carolina Department for Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention is that school violence is something which is capable of disrupting the normal functioning aspects of the school and its quality of education provided.
2.2. Characteristics
When we talk about the

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