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Title Violence goes to college : the authoritative guide to prevention, intervention, and response / edited by Christopher Bollinger, Ph. D., Professor of Communication & Director of the Center for Teaching & Learning, Texas Lutheran University, Seguin, Texas ; Rebecca Flintoft, M.A., Associate Vice President of Student Life, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado ; John Nicoletti, Ph. D., ABPP Partner, Police & Public Safety Psychologist, Nicoletti-Flater Associates, Lakewood, Colorado ; Sally Spencer-Thomas, PSY. D., Speaker, Trainer, Change Agent, International Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Impact Entrepreneur ; Mariya Dvoskina, PSY. D., Licensed Psychologist, Nicoletti-Flater Associates, Lakewood, Colorado.
Imprint Springfield, Illinois : Charles C. Thomas, 2018.
Edition Third edition.

Subject Campus violence -- United States -- Prevention -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Universities and colleges -- United States -- Safety measures -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Universities and colleges -- Security measures -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Conflict management -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Alt Name Bollinger, Christopher,
Description 1 online resource (xxi, 356 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Edition Third edition.
Note Second Edition published in 2010, with John Nicoletti appearing as the principal author.
Summary "This updated and expanded new edition continues the theme of the second edition that presents a framework by which the reader can gain a broader and deeper understanding of the issues involved with campus violence incidents. In order to understand the current state of campus violence, two sources of information must be considered--the factual and the theoretical. The editors of this book bring together a powerful team of practitioners and scholars from across multiple disciplines to discuss the critical elements associated with campus violence. With the rise of public protest and civil unrest, this book provides a detailed examination of prevention, intervention, and long-term responses to campus violence. Divided into four parts, Part I guides the reader in understanding violence and how it impacts college campuses. Facts, theories, institutional culture, and threats of violence are included. Part II explores how campuses can invest in human infrastructure, prevention, policies, safety strategies, intervention, and response efforts to make campuses safer. Part III covers the ways in which college violence occurs within the context of the law, alcohol, social media, and speakers, including speech and protest. Part IV discusses the specific strains of gender-based violence, suicide, hate crimes, hateful violence, cyberbullying, hazing, kinetic insider violence, and mass shootings. High profile cases provide many examples of catalyst events that changed the paths for institutions of higher education. This user-friendly resource provides college personnel, students, and parents with directed, well-researched strategies to prepare for the possibility of tragedy before it strikes. This unique text will be a valuable tool for college administrators, journalists, psychologists, law enforcement personnel, and attorneys."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents College violence: fact and theory / John Nicoletti, Sally Spencer-Thomas, Mariya Dvoskina, and Rebecca Flintoft -- Understanding violence / John Nicoletti, Sally Spencer-Thomas, Mariya Dvoskina, and Christopher Bollinger -- Institutional culture and violence / Christopher Bollinger and Jennifer Mata -- Threats of violence / John Nicoletti, Sally Spencer-Thomas, and Mariya Dvoskina -- Human infrastructure and expectations of safety on campus / Meloni Rudolph Crawford -- Developing prevention, policies, and procedures / John Nicoletti, Sally Spencer-Thomas, Mariya Dvoskina, and Tamara Schmoekel -- Impact and safety strategies / John Nicoletti, Christopher Bollinger, Mariya Dvoskina, and Tamara Schmoekel -- Intervention and response / Christopher Bollinger, Sally Spencer-Thomas, and Malikah Pitts Harvey -- Law and campus violence / Darby Dickerson -- Alcohol and campus violence / Steve Boehm -- Social media and campus violence / Steven Vrooman -- Between Charlottesville and Forsyth: speakers, protest, and university campuses -- Gender-based violence / Rebecca Flintoft -- Suicide / Sally Spencer-Thomas, Rae Sandler Simon, and Jina Jensen -- Hate crimes and hateful violence / Christopher Bollinger, Kyle Wych, and JaKayla DaBera -- Cyberbullying / Megan Noelle Larsen and Christopher Bollinger -- Hazing / Brittany Chozinski -- Kinetic insider violence and mass shootings / Heather Morris and John Nicoletti.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780398092269 (electronic bk.)
0398092265 (electronic bk.)
9780398092252 (paperback ; alk. paper)
0398079102 (paperback ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 1029771716
Additional Format Print version: Nicoletti, John. Violence goes to college. 2nd ed. Springfield, Ill. : Charles C. Thomas, ©2010 9780398079093 (DLC) 2009030005 (OCoLC)429022392.

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