(iii) Short or key overviews of violence prevention in schools and/or among children and young people

Note: Also see the bibliography of other works on violence prevention in schools and/or among children and young people, here: http://xyonline.net/books/bibliography/27-violence-and-responses-violence/s-violence-prevention/bibliography-3

 

Banyard, V. L., & Recktenwald, E. A. (2017). Primary Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Programs for Adolescents and Young Adults. In A. L. Coker, C. M. Renzetti, & D. R. Follingstad (Eds.), Preventing Intimate Partner Violence (pp. 39-70): Policy Press.

Barter, C. (2017) Preventing violence and abuse in young people’s relationships, in Taket, A. and Crisp, B. (Eds), Making a difference: achieving effective society-wide action on gender-based violence, London: Routledge.

Carmody, M., S. Evans, C. Krogh, M. Flood, M. Heenan, and G. Ovenden. (2009). Framing Best Practice: National standards for the primary prevention of sexual assault through education. Sydney: National Sexual Assault Prevention Education Project for NASASV (National Association of Services Against Sexual Violence), University of Western Sydney. URL: http://www.nasasv.org.au/PDFs/Standards_Full_Report.pdf.

Cornelius, T. L., and N. Resseguie. (2007). Primary and secondary prevention programs for dating violence: A review of the literature. Aggression and Violent Behavior 12: 364-375.

Cox, E., Leung, R., Baksheev, G., Day, A., Toumbourou, J.W., Miller, P., Kremer, P., & Walker, A. (2016). Violence prevention and intervention programmes for adolescents in Australia: A systematic review. Australian Psychologist, 51(3): 206-222.

De La Rue, L., Polanin, J. R., Espelage, D. L., & Pigott, T. D. (2017). A meta-analysis of school-based interventions aimed to prevent or reduce violence in teen dating relationships. Review of Educational Research, 87(1): 7-34.

Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. (2014). Building Respectful Relationships: Stepping Out Against Gender-Based Violence. Victoria.

Edwards, S. R., and V. B. Hinsz. (2014). A meta-analysis of empirically tested school-based dating violence prevention programs. Sage Open, 4(2), 1-8.

Ellis, J. (2008). Primary Prevention of Domestic Abuse Through Education. In C. Humphreys, C. Houghton, and J. Ellis. (eds). Literature Review: Better Outcomes for Children and Young People affected by Domestic Abuse – Directions for Good Practice. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Farrell, A.D., A.L. Meyer, E.M. Kung, and T.N. Sullivan. (2001). Development and evaluation of school-based violence prevention programs. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, vol 30: 207–20.

Fellmeth, G. L., Nurse, J., Heffernan, C., Habibula, S., & Sethi, D. (2011) Educational and skills-based interventions for preventing relationship and dating violence in adolescents and young adults (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 7. Art. No.: CD004534. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD004534.pub2.

Fields, S.A., and J.R. McNamara. (2003). The prevention of child and adolescent violence: A review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 8(1): 61-91.

Flood, M., L. Fergus, and M. Heenan. (2009). Respectful Relationships Education: Violence prevention and respectful relationships education in Victorian secondary schools. Melbourne: Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, State of Victoria. URL: http://www.xyonline.net/content/respectful-relationships-education-violence-prevention-and-respectful-relationships-educatio.

Fryda, C. M., & Hulme, P. A. (2015). School-Based Childhood Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs: An Integrative Review. The Journal of School Nursing, 31(3), 167-182.

Gavine, A. J., Donnelly, P. D., & Williams, D. J. (2016). Effectiveness of universal school-based programs for prevention of violence in adolescents. Psychology of Violence, 6(3), 390-399. doi:10.1037/vio0000052

Gleeson, C., S. Kearney, L. Leung and J. Brislane (2015). Respectful Relationships Education in schools: evidence paper. Melbourne: Our Watch. URL: https://www.ourwatch.org.au/getmedia/4a61e08b-c958-40bc-8e02-30fde5f66a25/Evidence-paper-respectful-relationships-education-AA-updated.pdf.aspx.

Greenberg, M.T. (2004). Current and Future Challenges in School-Based Prevention: The Researcher Perspective. Prevention Science, 5(1), March: 5-13.

Greene, M.B. (2005). Reducing violence and aggression in schools. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 6(3): 236-53.

Hassall, I., and K. Hannah. (2007). School-Based Violence Prevention Programmes: A Literature Review. Accident Compensation Corporation, New Zealand. URL: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/274699523_School-based_violence_prevention_programmes_A_literature_review.

Hester, M., and N. Westmarland. (2005). Primary prevention: raising awareness and challenging attitudes among young people. Pages 15-26 in Tackling Domestic Violence: Effective Interventions and Approaches. London: Home Office Research Study 290, London: Home Office.

Hickman, L.J., L.H. Jaycox, and J. Aronoff. (2004). Dating Violence Among Adolescents: Prevalence, gender distribution, and prevention program effectiveness. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 5(2), April.

Hilton, N.Z., G.T. Harris, M.E. Rice, T.S. Krans, and S.E. Lavigne. (1998). Antiviolence Education in High Schools: Implementation and Evaluation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 13(6): 726-742.

Knerr, W, Gardner F & Cluver, L. (2011). Parenting and the Prevention of Child Maltreatment in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review of Interventions and a Discussion of Prevention of the Risks of Future Violent Behaviour among Boys. SVRI.

Leach F, Dunne M and Salvi F. (2014). School-related gender-based violence: A global review of current issues and approaches in policy, programming and implementation responses to school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) for the education sector. Background research paper prepared for UNESCO, 2014.

Leach, F., Slade, E. & Dunne, M. (2013). Desk Review for Concern: Promising Practice in School Related Gender Based Violence (SRGBV) Prevention and Response Programming Globally London: Concern Worldwide.

Leen, E., Sorbring, E., Mawer, M., Holdsworth, E., Helsing, B., and Bowen, E. (2013) Prevalence, Dynamic Risk Factors and the Efficacy of Primary Interventions for Adolescent Dating Violence: An International Review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 18(1): 159-174.

Matjasko, J. L., Vivolo-Kantor, A. M., Massetti, G. M., Holland, K. M., Holt, M. K., & Cruz, J. D. (2012). A systematic meta-review of evaluations of youth violence prevention programs: Common and divergent findings from 25 years of meta-analyses and systematic reviews. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 17(6): 540-552.

Mattaini, M.A., and M.S. McGuire. (2006). Behavioral strategies for constructing nonviolent cultures with youth: A review. Behavior Modification, 30(2): 184-224.

Merrell, K.W., B.A. Gueldner, S.W. Ross, and D.M. Isava. (2008). How effective are school bullying intervention programs? A meta-analysis of intervention research. School Psychol Q, 23(1): 26-42.

Meyer, H., and N. Stein. (2004). Relationship Violence Prevention Education in Schools: What’s Working, What’s Getting in the Way, and What are Some Future Directions. American Journal of Health Education, Jul/Aug., 35(4): 198-205.

Mikton, C., and A. Butchart. (2009). Child maltreatment prevention: a systematic review of reviews. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 87(5): 353-61.

MMWR. (2007). The Effectiveness of Universal School-Based Programs for the Prevention of Violent and Aggressive Behavior: A Report on Recommendations of the Task Force on Community Preventive Services. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Volume 56, No. RR-7, August 10.

Molina, Irma A., Catherine N. Dulmus, and Karen M. Sowers. (2005). Secondary Prevention for Youth Violence: A Review of Selected School-Based Programs. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention. Cary: Feb., Vol.5, Iss. 1.

Molnar, B.E., A.L. Roberts, A. Browne, H. Gardener, and S.L. Buka. (2005). What girls need: recommendations for preventing violence among urban girls in the US. Social Science & Medicine, 60(10): 2191-2204.

O’Leary, K. D., E. M. Woodin, et al. (2006). Can We Prevent the Hitting? Recommendations for Preventing Intimate Partner Violence Between Young Adults. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 13(3): 121-178.

Ozer, E. J., M. G. Wanis, et al. (2010). Diffusion of School-Based Prevention Programs in Two Urban Districts: Adaptations, Rationales, and Suggestions for Change. Prevention Science 11(1): 42-42-55.

Park-Higgerson, H.K., S.E. Perumean-Chaney, A.A. Bartolucci, D.M. Grimley, and K.P. Singh. (2008). The evaluation of school-based violence prevention programs: a meta-analysis. Journal of School Health, 78(9): 465-79.

Pepler, D. and W. Craig (2011). Promoting relationships and eliminating violence in Canada. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 35(5): 389-397.

Rosewater, A. (2003) Promoting Prevention, Targeting Teens: An Emerging Agenda to Reduce Domestic Violence. San Francisco, CA: Family Violence Prevention Fund.

Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit, Families Commission (2013). Effectiveness of Relationship Education Programmes in Schools Years 7-13. Wellington: Families Commission, New Zealand. Accessed online 4 September  2015. URL: http://www.superu.govt.nz/sites/default/files/relationship-education-in-schools.pdf

Stanley, N, Ellis J, Farrelly N, Hollinghurst S, Downe S. (2015). Preventing domestic abuse for children and young people: A review of school-based Interventions. Child. Youth Serv. Rev, 59: 120-131.

Stanley, N., Ellis, J., Farrelly, N. J., Hollinghurst, S., Bailey, S., & Downe, S. (2015). Preventing domestic abuse for children and young people (PEACH): A mixed knowledge scoping review. Public Health Research, 3(7). Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK304920/

Topping, K.J, and I.G. Barron. (2009). School-Based Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs: A Review of Effectiveness. Rev Educ Res; 79(1): 431-463.

Townsend, S., and R. Campbell. (2006). School-based sexual violence prevention programs: Current evaluation findings and policy implications. In. K. Freeark & W. Davidson (Eds.), The crisis in youth mental health (pp. 177-196). Westport, CT: Praeger.

Tutty, L., and C. Bradshaw. (2004). Violence Against Children and Youth: do School-Based Prevention Programs Work? In Ateah, C and Mirwaldt, J (eds) Within Our Reach: Preventing Abuse Across the Lifespan, Black Point, Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing and RESOLVE.

Tutty, L., C. Bradshaw, W.E. Thurston, L. Tunstall, M.E. Dewar, D. Toy-Pries, D. Thomlinson, D. Este, L. Meadows, W. Josephson, S. Dobko, J. Proulx, S. Perrault, M. McDonald and K. Nixon. (2002). School-based Violence Prevention Programs: A resource manual to prevent violence against girls and young women. Calgary, AB: RESOLVE Alberta. Online at http://www.ucalgary.ca/resolve/violenceprevention/.

VicHealth. (2014). Building Respectful Relationships: Stepping out against gender-based violence. Melbourne: Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. URL: http://www.education.vic.gov.au/school/teachers/health/Pages/respectrel.aspx.

Walsh K, Zwi K, Woolfenden S, Shlonsky A. (2015). School-based education programmes for the prevention of child sexual abuse. Cochrane Database Syst. Rev, 4: CD004380.

Weisz, Arlene, and Beverly Black. (2009). Programs to Reduce Teen Dating Violence and Sexual Assault: Perspectives on What Works. Columbia University Press.

Whitaker, D.J., S. Morrison, C. Lindquist, S.R. Hawkins, J.A. O’Neil, A.M. Nesius, A. Mathew, and L.R. Reese. (2006). A Critical Review of Interventions for the Primary Prevention of Perpetration of Partner Violence. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11(2): 151-166.

Wolfe, D. A., and P. G. Jaffe. (2003). Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. National Resource Centre on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Applied Research Forum, January.

Wolfe, D. A., P. G. Jaffe, and C. V. Crooks. (2006). Adolescent Risk Behaviors: Why Teens Experiment and Strategies to Keep Them Safe. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Women’s Health West. (2014). Best practice in respectful relationships education projects for young people aged 10 to 24 years: Literature review for Women’s Health West’s You, Me and Us project. Melbourne: Women’s Health West

World Health Organization. (2015). Preventing youth violence: An overview of the evidence. Geneva, Switzerland: WHO.

Wurtele, S.K. (2009). Preventing sexual abuse of children in the twenty-first century: preparing for challenges and opportunities. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 18(1): 1-18.