Helping Teens Stop Violence
A Practical Guide for Educators, Counselors, and ParentsBook - 1992
Based on programs developed by the Oakland Men's Project, this book offers a proactive, multicultural approach for getting at the roots of violent behavior. The activities and workshops described in the book explore how violence manifests in families and dating; how issues of race, gender, and age are involved; and how teens can work to stop the violence in their lives. It includes curricula for classrooms and support groups, and strategies to support peer counselors and help abused teens.
Publisher: Alameda, CA. : Hunter House, c1992.
Edition: 1st. ed.
Branch Call Number: 362.7680835
Characteristics: xii, 152 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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