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    Violence in the workplace is a growing trend among American businesses that needs the prompt attention of individuals, governments, and corporations alike. In fact it is so serious that “violence in the workplace in recent years has grown to be the second leading cause of death in the workplace” (Baron, Hoffman, & Merrill, 2000). Responding to this epidemic will take a tailored dynamic approach that must be embraced by employees and management alike. First, we must understand exactly what constitutes

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    Australia we need to do more to prevent the occurrence of domestic violence”. INTRO: Could I please have everyone in the room who has a red dot on their piece of paper to please stand up? You are the 1 in 3 Australian women who experience domestic violence in your lifetime. Now the people who have a yellow dot on their paper please rise. You are the 1 in 5 Australian women who have already, or will be exposed to some kind of sexual violence in your lifetime. Finally, stand if you have a green dot on your

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    Preventing Violence Against Children

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    The nonfiction book Protecting Children from Violence: Evidence- Based Interventions, by Jim Lampinen and Kathy Sexton- Radek, contains staggering past and current research findings on the issue of atrocities against children. Jim Lampinen holds a PhD in cognitive psychology. Kathy Sexton- Radek is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Illinois. This writer chose the title as part of a psychology class writing assignment. After reading the contents of the book, this student could not help

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    Ellen, Work place violence is very prevalent. I worked for an institute where a discharged patient gained access to the facility and brutally stabbed a technical partner in the neck, thankfully he was flown to the nearest trauma center a lived to tell his story. It was concluded that the discharged patient gained access piggybacking off of another employee swiping their badge to get into the hospital. I think we get so involved in our work day and where we need to be and what we need to do before

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    Workplace Violence: The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health defines workplace violence as ”violent acts, including physical assaults and threats of assaults, directed toward persons at work or on duty”. It can be anything from offensive or threatening language to homicide. It includes domestic violence, sexual violence-including sexual harassment or sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. U.S. Federal Government has categorized workplace violence into four types; • Violence by strangers

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    The Responsibility of Parenting in Preventing Violence instead of the Media In the past few years, media violence has increased on television, in turn bringing inevitable resistance from concerned parents. What they don't stop to think about is that maybe the media is not the only area to blame. Parents are to blame when children are subjected to violence in the media, because it is due to an undedicated parent, not a careless

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    Increasing Student Achievement through Preventing School Violence Introduction School violence is any type of violence, whether it is a simple threat on another student or a school shooting, that happens in the school environment. Student achievement is the efforts made by the student to work hard in the classroom. The purpose of this research paper is to examine how school violence impacts student achievement. It would seem that school violence would have a negative impact on student

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    This chapter discussed crises in schools. The rise of school violence has caused a great deal of public concern and has received widespread media coverage. Especially when its occurrence happens in communities where residents thought they were immune. The reality of the world is crisis can occur anywhere, even in schools. Schools are developing prevention strategies for profiling, screening, and preventing acts of violence both to oneself and to others. Contemporary crisis strategies in schools deal

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    ​​A Society of Victims: Understanding and Preventing the Effects of Domestic Violence Domestic Violence has been an ongoing issue since the beginning of time and for centuries, considered a private family matter. While it may have been noticed, it was rarely addressed and intervention was rarely offered to, or accepted by the victim. With the uprising of feminist movements, domestic violence is now recognized as a serious social issue, with the implications of abuse reaching far past the four walls

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    Preventing Gang Violence

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    In my community the problem of gang violence has become more of an issue. There are many ways to prevent this from happening. First, you have to be educated and aware of your children’s actions. Second, you have to improve your community’s supervision. Last, you have to be able to properly deal with young adults who are in a gang and handle it properly. Those are some ways you can prevent gang violence. Being educated and aware of your children’s action is key to a safe environment. First by knowing

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