(v) Further works on violence prevention in schools and/or among children and young people

Manuals, programs, and guides

Carmody, Moira. (2009b). Sex & Ethics: The sexual ethics education program for young people. Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.

CASA House. (2012). SAPPSS Sexual Assault Prevention Program for Secondary Schools – Facilitator Manual. Melbourne: Centre Against Sexual Assault.

Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education and Training. (1995). No Fear: A Whole School Approach - A Kit Addressing Gender Based Violence. Canberra: Curriculum and Gender Equity Policy Unit, Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education and Training.

Council of Europe (2008). Gender Matters - A manual on addressing gender-based violence affecting young people.

Creighton, Allan, and Paul Kivel. (1995). Young Men’s Work: Building Skills to Stop Violence (A Ten-Session Group Program). Center City, Minnesota: Hazelden (Oakland Men’s Project).

Creighton, Allan, with Paul Kivel. (1990). Teens Need Teens: A Workbook for Adults Who Work With High School Students on Dating and Domestic Violence Prevention. Oakland, California: Battered Women’s Alternatives & Oakland Men’s Project .

Creighton, Allan, with Paul Kivel. (1992). Helping Teens Stop Violence: A Practical Guide for Counselors, Educators, and Parents. Alameda, CA: Hunter House (Battered Women’s Alternatives & Oakland Men’s Project) .

Domestic Violence Resource Centre (QLD). Preventing Abuse In Relationships (PAIR): A Program for Adolescents. Lutwyche, QLD .

EngenderHealth. (2008a). Engaging Boys and Men in Gender Transformation: The Group Education Manual. EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project and Instituto Promundo.

EngenderHealth. (2008b). Engaging Men at the Community Level. EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project and Instituto Promundo.

Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2004). Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys to Prevent Gender-Based Violence. San Francisco, CA: FVPF. URL: www.endabuse.org/toolkit.

Fink, M. (1995). Adolescent Sexual Assault & Harassment Prevention Curriculum: Learning Publications Holmes Beach, Fla.

Forsey, Christine. (1994). Hands Off! The Anti-Violence Guide to Developing Positive Relationships. West Education Centre: West Footscray, Victoria.

Funk, Rus Ervin. (2006). Reaching Men: Strategies for Preventing Sexist Attitudes, Behaviors, and Violence. Indianopolis, IN: Jist Publishing (304 pp.).

Instituto Promundo. (2002). Working with Young Men Manual Series. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Instituto Promundo.

NAPCAN. (2012). LoveBites: The LoveBites Train the Trainer Package. Port Macquarie, NSW: NAPCAN ((National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect).

USAID. (2009). Doorways III: Teacher Training Manual on School-Related Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response. United States Agency for International Development, Office of Women in Development. www.usaid.gov/ourwork/.../DoorwaysIIITeachersManual.pdf.

Wolfe, D.A., C. Wekerle, R. Gough, D.R. Jaffe, C. Grasley, A.L. Pittman, L. Lefebvre, and J. Stump. (1996). The Youth Relationships Manual: A Group Approach With Adolescents for the Prevention of Woman Abuse and the Promotion of Healthy Relationships. Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications.

YWCA of Canberra (2008). Relationship Things Resource Kit. Canberra: YWCA.

 

Other works

Achyut, P., Bhatla, N., Khandekar, S., Maitra, S. & Verma, R. K. (2011). Building Support for Gender Equality among Young Adolescents in School: Findings from Mumbai, India. New Delhi: ICRW.

Ahchyut, P., Bhatla, N., Khandekar, S., Maitra, S., & Verma, R. K. (2011). Building Support for Gender Equality among Young Adolescents in School: Findings from Mumbai, India. New Dehli: International Center for Research on Women.

Ammann Howard, K., Flora, J. & Griffin, M. (1999) Violence-prevention programs in schools: State of the science and implications for future research. Applied and preventive psychology, 8, 197-215.

Anonymous (2008). The Multisite Violence Prevention Project: Impact of a Universal School-Based Violence Prevention Program on Social-Cognitive Outcomes. Prevention Science 9(4): 231-231-244.

Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse. (2003). Australian Prevention Programs for Young People. Retrieved from: http://www.adfvc.unsw.edu.au/PDF%20files/prevention_progs_young.pdf

Avery-Leaf, S., A. Cano, M. Cascardi, and K.D. O’Leary. (1995). Evaluation of a Dating Violence Prevention Program: Changing Attitudes and Justifying the use of Aggression. Poster Presented at the 29th Annual Convention of the Associations for the Advancement of Behaviour Therapy: Washington, D.C.

Avery-Leaf, S., M. Cascardi, and K.D. O’Leary. (1997). Efficacy of a Dating Violence Prevention Program on Attitudes Justifying Aggression. Journal of Adolescent Health, 21, pp. 11-17.

Ball, B., P. K. Kerig and B. Rosenbluth (2009). “Like a Family but Better Because You Can Actually Trust Each Other”: The Expect Respect Dating Violence Prevention Program for At-Risk Youth. Health Promot Pract, 10(1suppl): 45S-58.

Bell, J., and N. Stanley. (2006). Learning about domestic violence: young people’s responses to a Healthy Relationships programme. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(3): 237-250.

Binder, R.L., and D.E. McNiel. (1987). Evaluation of a School-Based Sexual Abuse Prevention Program: Cognitive and Emotional Effects. Child Abuse & Neglect,11, 497-506.

Black, M.M., D.E. Howard, N. Kim, and I.B. Ricardo. (1998). Interventions to prevent violence among African American adolescents from low-income communities. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 3(1): 17-33.

Boxer P., S.E. Goldstein, D. Musher-Eizenman, E.F. Dubow, and D. Heretick. (2005). Developmental issues in school-based aggression prevention from a social-cognitive perspective. J Prim Prev., Sep; 26(5): 383-400.

Briggs, Freda. (2011). Smart parenting for safer kids: helping children to make smart choices and stay safe: a practical guide for parents and parent educators. Docklands. JoJo Publishing.

Burstyn, Joan N. (ed). (2001). Preventing Violence in Schools: A challenge to American democracy. Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates.
Includes;
“Frontin’ It”: Schooling, Violence, and Relationships in the ‘Hood (pp. 95-108) / Kimberly M. Williams.
Interrupting “Good” Girlness: Sexuality, Education, and the Prevention of Violence Against Women (pp. 109-138) / Kristen V. Luschen.

Campo, M., Kaspiew, R., Moore, S. & Tayton, S.(2014). Children affected by domestic and family violence: A review of domestic and family violence prevention, early intervention and response services. Australian Institute of Family Studies. Retrieved from: https://www.women.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/file/0014/300623/PDF-6_Final_Report_Children_affected.pdf

Carmody, M. (2013). Young Men, Sexual Ethics and Sexual Negotiation. Sociological Research Online, 18(2). <http://www.socresonline.org.uk/18/2/22.html&gt;

Carmody, Moira. (2003). Sexual ethics and violence prevention. Social and Legal Studies: An International Journal, Vol 12(2), pp 199-216.

Carmody, Moira. (2005). Ethical Erotics: Reconceptualizing Anti-Rape Education. Sexualities, Volume 8, No. 4, October, pp. 465-480.

Carmody, Moira. (2007). Sexual ethics, young people and sexual assault prevention. DVIRC Quarterly, No. 3 Spring: 18-21.

Carmody, Moira. (2009a). Sex & Ethics: Young people and ethical sex. Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.

Carmody, Moira. (2009b). Sex & Ethics: The sexual ethics education program for young people. Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cassidy, Andrea. (1998). Development of a Domestic Violence Awareness Program for Year 6 & 7 Students. Proceedings of 2nd National Conference on Children, Young People & Domestic Violence, 30 September - 2 October, Brisbane: Domestic Violence Resource Centre.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2007). Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Within Youth Serving Organizations: Getting Started on Policies and Procedures. http: //new.vawnet.org/category/Documents.php?docid=1111.

Central Coast Health, Domestic Violence Unit. (2001). Kinks and Bends: What’s the Go with Relationships?. (educational package on sexual violence in young people’s lives). Gosford, NSW: Central Coast Health, Domestic Violence Unit.

Cirillo, K.J., B.E. Pruitt, B. Colwell, P.M. Kingery, R.S. Hurley, and D. Ballard. (1998). School violence: Prevalence and intervention strategies for at-risk adolescents. Adolescence, v.33, n.130, pp. 319-330.

Clinton-Sherrod, A.M., A.A. Morgan-Lopez, D. Gibbs, S.R. Hawkins, L. Hart, B. Ball, N. Irwin, and N. Littler. (2009). Factors contributing to the effectiveness of four school-based sexual violence interventions. Health Promotion Practice, 10(1): 19s-28s.

Cornelius, T. L., K. T. Sullivan, et al. (2009). Participation in Prevention Programs for Dating Violence: Beliefs About Relationship Violence and Intention to Participate. J Interpers Violence, 24(6): 1057-1078.

Cornelius, T.L., K.T. Sullivan, N. Wyngarden, and J.C. Milliken. (2008). Participation in Prevention Programs for Dating Violence: Beliefs About Relationship Violence and Intention to Participate. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, ePub. First published online June 5.

Cox, A. D. (1998). Preventing child abuse: a review of community-based projects II: Issues arising from reviews and future directions. Child Abuse Review, 7(1): 30-43.

Crosse, Scott, Barbara Williams, Carol A. Hagen, Michele Harmon, Liam Ristow, Ralph DiGaetano, Pamela Broene, Debbie Alexander, Margaret Tseng, and James H. Derzon. (2011). Prevalence and Implementation Fidelity of Research-Based Prevention Programs in Public Schools. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development, Policy and Program Studies Service. Prepared by Westat, Rockville, Maryland.

Curcio, Joan L. et. al. (1996). Gender Respect: Antidote for Teasing, Harassment, and Violence. In Sexuality and the Schools: Handling the Critical Issues. Sage.

Davies, Deirdre. (2007). Domestic and Daring Violence Peer Education Program: A Pilot Project Final Report. Just4Research, November.

Department of Education (QLD). (1993). Says Who? Sexual Harassment - Students Explore the Issues.

Deschesnes, M., Drouin, N., Tessier, C., & Couturier, Y. (2014). Schools’ capacity to absorb a health school approach into their operations. Health Education, 114(3), 208-224. doi: 10.1108/HE-10-2013-0054.

Devries, K., Allen, E., Child, J., Walakira, E., Parkes, J., Elbourne, D., Watts, C. & Naker, D. (2013). The Good Schools Toolkit to prevent violence against children in Ugandan primary schools: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial. Trials, 14, 232.

Dingle, Adele. (1998). Bringing Up Non-Violent Children Within a Culture of Patriarchy. Proceedings of 2nd National Conference on Children, Young People & Domestic Violence, 30 September - 2 October, Brisbane: Domestic Violence Resource Centre.

Domestic Violence Prevention Council. (2015). DVPC Extraordinary Meeting Report to Attorney-General. Retrieved from: http://dvpc.org.au/

Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria. (n.d.). Respectful Relationships Education: Guide for Teachers. Retrieved from: http://www.dvrcv.org.au/teachers

Du Rant, R.H., F. Treiber, A. Getts, K. McCloud, C.W. Linder, and E.R. Woods. (1996). Comparison of Two Violence Prevention Curricula for Middle School Adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 19(2), pp. 111-117.

Dulwich Centre Publications. (1998). Dulwich Centre Journal, Special Issue: Taking the Hassle out of School, and Stories From Young People, No’s 2 & 3 (formerly Dulwich Centre Newsletter)

DuRant, R. H., F. Treiber, A. Getts, K. McCloud, C. W. Linder and E. R. Woods (1996). Comparison of two violence prevention curricula for middle school adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 19(2): 111-117.

DuRant, R. H., S. Barkin and D. P. Krowchuk (2001). Evaluation of a peaceful conflict resolution and violence prevention curriculum for sixth-grade students. Journal of Adolescent Health, 28(5): 386-393.

Dyson, S., C. Barrett, and M. Platt. (2011). The School’s a Calmer Place: Promoting Cultures of Respect in Schools. Sydney: White Ribbon Foundation.

Education Queensland. (1998). Bullying - No Way! A Professional Development Resource for School Communities. Brisbane: Education Queensland.

Edwards, D., M.H. Hunt, J. Meyers, K.R. Grogg, and O. Jarrett. (2005). Acceptability and student outcomes of a violence prevention curriculum. J Prim Prev., Sept.; 26(5): 401-18.

Eisenbraun, K. D. (2007). Violence in schools: Prevalence, prediction, and prevention. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 12(4): 459-469.

Elias-Lambert, N., Black, B., Sharma, Y. (2010). Middle School Youth: Satisfaction With and Responses to a Dating Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Program. Journal of School Violence, 9: 136-153.

Elliot, Delbert S. et. al. (eds). (1998). Violence in American Schools. Cambridge University Press (several Chapters on Violence Prevention Programs).

Espelage, D., Low, S., Polanin, J. & Brown, E. (2013). The impact of a middle school program to reduce aggression, victimization, and sexual violence. Journal of Adolescent Health, 53, 180-186.

Evans, S. P. (2008). Promoting the ‘good’ relationship: Recognising moral dimensions in violence prevention education. University of Western Sydney.

Fagan, Abigail A., Blair Brooke-Weiss, Rick Cady, and J. David Hawkins. (2009). If at first you don’t succeed… keep trying: strategies to enhance coalition/school partnerships to implement school-based prevention programming. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, v. 42, no .3, Dec: 387-405.

Farrell, A.D. et al. (2001). Development and Evaluation of School-Based Violence Prevention Programs. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 30(1): 207–220.

Farrell, A.D., and D.J. Flannery. (2006). Youth violence prevention: Are we there yet? Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11(2): 138-150.

Fay, K., and F. Medway. (2006). An acquaintance rape education program for students transitioning to high school. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(3): 223-236.

Field, Evelyn. (1999). Bullybusting: How to Help Children Deal With Teasing and Bullying. Sydney: Finch.

Finkelhor, D. (2007). Prevention of sexual abuse through educational programs directed toward children. Pediatrics, 120(3): 640-5.

Flood, M., and V. Kendrick. (2012). LOVEBiTES: An evaluation of the LOVEBiTES and Respectful Relationships programs in a Sydney school. Wollongong: University of Wollongong. URL: http://growingrespect.org.au/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Flood-Evaluation.pdf

Forsey, Christine. (1995). Educating Against Violence in Schools. On The Level, 3(3), June.

Foshee, V. A., K. E. Bauman, et al. (2005). Assessing the Effects of the Dating Violence Prevention Program “Safe Dates” Using Random Coefficient Regression Modeling. Prevention Science 6(3): 245-245-258.

Foshee, V., F. Linder, K.E. Bauman et al. (1996). The Safe Dates Project: Theoretical Basis, Evaluation Design, and Selected Baseline Findings. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 12, pp. 39-47.

Foshee, V., K.E. Bauman, S.T. Ennett, G.F. Linder, T. Benefield, and C. Suchindran. (2004). Assessing the Long-Term Effects of the Safe Dates Program and a Booster in Preventing and Reducing Adolescent Dating Violence Victimization and Perpetration. American Journal of Public Health, 94(4), pp. 619-624.

Foshee, V., K.E. Bauman, W.F. Greene, G.G. Koch, G.F. Linder, and J.E. MacDougall. (2000). The Safe Dates program: 1-year follow-up results. American Journal of Public Health, 90, pp. 1619-1622.

Foshee, V., K.E. Bauman, X.B. Arriaga, R.W. Helms, G.G. Koch, and G.F. Linder. (1998). An Evaluation of Safe Dates, an Adolescent Dating Violence Prevention Program. American Journal of Public Health, 88, pp. 45-50.

Frazier, P., G. Valtinson, and S. Candell. (1994). Evaluation of a Coeducational Interactive Rape Prevention Program. Journal of Counseling & Development, 73: 153-158.

Funk, Rus. (2001). A coordinated collaborative approach to address and combat teen dating abuse. United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW), Working Paper Series on Men’s Roles and Responsibilities in Ending Gender Based Violence, No. 6.

Gabriel, R. et. al. (1996). Building Relationships and Resilience in the Prevention of Youth Violence. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 12, pp. 48-55.

Gainer, P. et. al. (1993). A Youth Violence Prevention Program: Description and Preliminary Evaluation. Archives of Surgery, 128, pp. 303-308.

Gamache, D., and S. Snapp. (1995). Teach your children well: elementary schools and violence prevention. In E. Peled, P. Jaffe & J. L. Edleson (eds), Ending the Cycle of Violence: Community Responses to Children of Battered Women, Sage Publications, California.

Gibbs, J. C., G. B. Potter, A. Q. Barriga and A. K. Liau (1996). Developing the helping skills and prosocial motivation of aggressive adolescents in peer group programs. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 1(3): 283-305.

Golding, Steve, and Brook Friedman. (1997). Guys Talk Too: Improving Young Men’s Sexual Health - Report of the Young Men and Acquaintance Rape Survey, Adelaide: Family Planning South Australia.

Goldstein, A.P., M. Sherman, N.J. Gershaw, R.P. Sprafkin, and B. Glick. (1978). Training Aggressive Adolescents in Prosocial Behavior. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 7, pp. 73-89.

Gregory, A., D. Henry, M. Schoeny, and The Metropolitan Area Child Study Research. (2007). School Climate and Implementation of a Preventive Intervention. American Journal of Community Psychology, 40(3): 250-260.

Guez, G., and I. Gill-Lev. (2009). A psychoeducational group for adolescent girls to facilitate egalitarian, non-abusive relationships. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 59(3): 385-405.

Gulbin, Meg. (1997). Respect Yourself, Protect Yourself: Promoting Anti-Violence Strategies to Young Women in Schools. Wangaratta, VIC: New Women, Goulburn N/E Women’s Health Service.

Haessly, Jacqueline. (1985). What Shall We Teach Our Children? Peace Education in the Classroom. Peace Talk Publications.

Haessly, Jacqueline. (1989). Learning to Live Together. Resource Publications.

Haffner, Debra W. (year?). Balancing Acts: Keeping Children Safe in Congregations. Unitarian Universalist Association.

Hand, T. (2007). Stopping gendered violence: developing a secondary intervention program for dating violence. Stateing Women’s Health (Summer): 10-13.

Hanson, K.A., and C.A. Gidycz. (1993). Evaluation of a Sexual Assault Prevention Program. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 61(6), 1046-1052..

Harrison, Mary M. (1997). Equal Partners. Austin Teenagers Learn To Expect Respect in Dating Relationships. Teaching Tolerance, 6(2), Fall, pp. 40-47.

Hausman, A. J., H. Spivak and D. Prothrow-Stith (1995). Evaluation of a community-based youth violence prevention project. Journal of Adolescent Health, 17(6): 353-359.

Hausman, A., G. Pierce and L. Briggs (1996). Evaluation of comprehensive violence prevention education: Effects on student behavior. Journal of Adolescent Health, 19(2): 104-110.

Hausman, A.J. et. al. (1996). Evaluation of a Community Based Youth Violence Prevention Project. Journal of Adolescent Health, 17, pp. 353-359.

Henry, D. B., S. Miller-Johnson, et al. (2006). Validity of Teacher Ratings in Selecting Influential Aggressive Adolescents for a Targeted Preventive Intervention. Prevention Science 7(1): 31-31-41.

Holcomb, D.R., K.A. Sondag, and L.H. Holcomb. (1993). Healthy Dating: A Mixed-Gender Date Rape Workshop. College Health, 41, 155- 157.

Holcomb, D.R., P.D. Sarvela, K.A. Sondag, and L.H. Holcomb. (1993). An Evaluation of a Mixed-Gender Date Rape Prevention Workshop. Journal of American College Health, 41(4), 159-164.

Ikeda, R. M., T. R. Simon and M. Swahn (2001). The prevention of youth violence: The rationale for and characteristics of four evaluation projects. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 20(1, Supplement 1): 15-21.

Imbesi, Renee. (2007). Engaging young people in leadership roles in the prevention of sexual assault: the CASA House Peer Educator Project. DVIRC Quarterly, No. 3 Spring: 27-28.

Jaffe, P.G., M. Suderman, D. Reitzel, and S.M. Killip. (1992). An evaluation of a secondary school primary prevention program on violence in intimate relationships. Violence and Victims, 7, 129-146.

Jaycox, L. H., D. McCaffrey, B. Eiseman, J. Aronoff, G. A. Shelley, R. L. Collins and G. N. Marshall (2006). Impact of a School-Based Dating Violence Prevention Program among Latino Teens: Randomized Controlled Effectiveness Trial. Journal of Adolescent Health, 39(5): 694-704.

Jaycox, L. H., D. McCaffrey, B.W. Ocampo, G.A. Shelley, S.M. Blake, D.J. Peterson, L.S. Richmond, and J.E. Kub. (2006). Challenges in the evaluation and implementation of school-based prevention and intervention programs on sensitive topics. American Journal of Evaluation, 27(3): 320-336.

Jenkins, Jean. (1996). Resolving Violence: An Anti-Violence Curriculum for Secondary Students. Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research.

Jennifer, D., and J. Shaughnessy. (2005) Promoting Non-Violence in Schools: the Role of Cultural, Organizational and Managerial Factors. Educational and Child Psychology, 22(3), pp. 58-66.

Johnson, S.L. (2009). Improving the school environment to reduce school violence: a review of the literature. Journal of School Health, 79(10): 451-65. http: //dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1746-1561.2009.00435.x

Journal of Adolescence. (1999). Special Issue, on Bullying and Peer Strategies, Volume 22, Number 4, August. Includes.
Peers Helping Peers: Interventions, Initiatives and Insights. by Helen Cowie.
Peer Involvement in Bullying: insights and Challenges for Intervention. by Paul O’connell, Debra Pepler and Wendy Craig.
Participant Role Approach to School Bullying: Implications for Interventions. by Christina Salmivalli.
Concurrent and Longitudinal Links Between Friendship and Peer Victimization: Implications for Befriending Interventions. by Michael J. Boulton, Mark Trueman, Cam Chau, Caroline Whitehand and Kishori Amatya.
The Effectiveness of Peer Support Systems in Challenging School Bullying: the Perspectives and Experiences of Teachers and Pupils. by Paul Naylor and Helen Cowie.
Countering Bullying at an Australian Secondary School With Students as Helpers. by L. Peterson and K. Rigby.
Peer Counselling in Saudi Arabia. by M. H. M. Abu-Rasain and D. I. Williams.
Sex, Drugs and Alcohol: Two Peer-Led Approaches in Tamaki Makaurau/Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand. by K. J. Elliott and A. J. Lambourn.
Multicultural Peer Counseling: Counseling the Multicultural Student. by Ruth H. Frisz.
The Joint Actions of Adolescents in Peer Conversations About Career. by Richard A. Young, Surinder Antal, Margaret E. Bassett, Angela Post, Nancy Devries and Ladislav Valach.
Peer and Self-Evaluation of Teamwork Skills. by Paris S. Strom, Robert D. Strom and Elsie G. Moore.
Defining Peer Education. by Michael Shiner.
Peer Support and Young People’s Health. by Gillian Turner.
Common Reasons Why Peer Education Fails. by Sali Ann Walker and Melanie Avis.

Kaufman, Miriam. (ed.). (1997). Mothering Teens. Prince Edward Island: Gynergy Press.
Includes;
From violence to peace: Families Confront Violence and Embrace Possibilities / Jacqueline Haessly.

Keel, M. (2005). Prevention of Sexual Assault: Working With Adolescents Within the Education System to. ACSSA Newsletter, No. 8, June, pp. 16-2.

Keel, M. (2005). Working With Adolescents in the Education System to Prevent Sexual Assault. Family Matters, No. 71, Winter, pp. 36-39.

Kelder, S. et. al. (1996). The Students For Peace Project: A Comprehensive Violence-Prevention Program for Middle School Students. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 12, pp. 22-30.

Kerig, P.K., Volz A.R., Moeddel M.A. and Cuellar R.E. (2010). Implementing dating violence prevention programs with flexibility, fidelity, and sensitivity to diversity: lessons learned from Expect Respect. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 19(5): 661-680.

Kitzinger, J. (1994). Challenging sexual violence against girls: A social awareness approach. Child Abuse Review, 3(4): 246-258.

Kivel, Paul, and Allan Creighton, with the Oakland Men’s Project. (1997). Making the Peace: A 15-Session Violence Prevention Curriculum for Young People. Alameda, CA: Hunter House

Krajewski, S. et. al. (1996). Results of a Curriculum Intervention With Seventh Graders Regarding Violence in Relationships. Journal of Family Violence, 11, pp. 93-112.

Lanier, C.A., and M.N. Elliot. (1997). A New Instrument for the Evaluation of a Date Rape Prevention Program. Journal of College Student Development, 38(6), 673-676.

Lanier, C.A., M.N. Elliott, D.W. Martin, and A. Kapadia. (1998). Evaluation of an Intervention to Change Attitudes Toward Date Rape. Journal of American College Health, 46(4), 177-180.

Lavoie, F., L. Vezina, C. Piche, and M. Boivin. (1995). Evaluation of a Prevention Program for Violence in Teen Dating Relationships. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 10, pp. 516-524.

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Lenssenv, Simone A. M. et. al. (2000). Girls in Detention: What Are Their Characteristics? A Project to Explore and Document the Character of this Target Group and the Significant Ways in Which it Differs From One Consisting of Boys. Journal of Adolescence, 23(3), pp. 287-303.

LeSure-Lester, G. E. (2002). An Application of Cognitive-Behavior Principles in the Reduction of Aggression Among Abused African American Adolescents. J Interpers Violence, 17(4): 394-402.

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Loxton, D., Hosking, S., Stewartwilliams, J., Brookes, J. & Byles, J. (2008). Selected domestic and family violence prevention programs: A rapid review. brokered by the Sax Institute (http://www.saxinstitute.org.au) for the Violence Prevention Coordination Unit, NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet.

Lutenbacher, M., W. O. Cooper and K. Faccia (2002). Planning youth violence prevention efforts: decision-making across community sectors. Journal of Adolescent Health, 30(5): 346-354.

Lynch, Annette, and Michael Fleming. (2005). Bystander Approaches: Empowering Students to Model Ethical Sexual Behavior. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, September, Vol. 97, Iss. 3.

Martin, J. L. (2008). Peer Sexual Harassment: Finding Voice, Changing Culture An Intervention Strategy for Adolescent Females. Violence Against Women, 14(1): 100-124.

Mattaini, M. A. and M. S. McGuire (2006). Behavioral Strategies for Constructing Nonviolent Cultures With Youth: A Review. Behav Modif, 30(2): 184-224.

McMahon, S.D., and J.J. Washburn. (2003). Violence Prevention: An Evaluation of Program Effects with Urban African American Students. Journal of Primary Prevention. 24(1): 43-62.

Meddings, D.R., Knox, L.M., Maddaleno, M., Concha-Eastman, A., & Hoffman, J.S. (2005). World Health Organization’s TEACH-VIP: contributing to capacity building for youth violence prevention. Am J Prev Med, 29(5 Suppl 2), 259-265.

Meraviglia, Martha G., Heather Becker, Barri Rosenbluth, Ellen Sanchez, and Trina Robertson. (2003). The Expect Respect Project: Creating a positive elementary school climate. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(11): 1347-1360.

Meyer, Janet. (2000). Issues for Teachers in Sexual Violence Prevention Education. Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault. http: //new.vawnet.org/category/Documents.php?docid=1109.

Miller, E., Goldstein, S., McCauley, H. L., Jones, K. A., Dick, R. N., Jetton, J., ... & Tancredi, D. J. (2015). A school health center intervention for abusive adolescent relationships: a cluster RCT. Pediatrics, 135(1), 76-85.

Miller, T.W., R.F. Kraus, and L.J. Veltkamp. (2005). Character education as a prevention strategy in school-related violence. J Prim Prev., Sept.; 26(5): 455-66.

Mills, Martin. (2001). Challenging Violence in Schools: An Issue of Masculinities. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press .
Contents;
Introduction: Challenging violence in schools as an issue of masculinity.
1. Violence and the signifiers of masculinity.
2. The violencing of masculinity and the masculinization of violence.
3. Boyswork programs and the curriculum.
4. Implementing change: A question of pedagogy?.
5. Conclusion: Principles for action.

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