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by Nancy Dubrow,Kathleen Kostelny,Carole Pardo,James Garbarino

ePub Children in Danger: Coping with the Consequences of Community Violence (Jossey-Bass Social and Behavioral Science Series.) download
Author:
Nancy Dubrow,Kathleen Kostelny,Carole Pardo,James Garbarino
ISBN13:
978-0787946548
ISBN:
0787946540
Language:
Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons; First Edition edition (September 11, 1998)
Subcategory:
Politics & Government
ePub file:
1218 kb
Fb2 file:
1281 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
371

Children in Danger is a good book to read

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Childhood is ideally a time of safety, marked by freedom from the economic, sexual, and political demands that later become part of adult life. -San Francisco Chronicle. Children in Danger is a good book to read. It is very interesting and it talks about children who saw someone get hurt. These children are the ages of two and up.

James Garbarino, Nancy Dubrow, Kathleen Kostelny, Carole Pardo. ISBN: 978-0-787-94654-8 August 1998 Jossey-Bass 288 Pages. Starting at just €2. 0. CAROLE PARDO is a child development specialist with a concentration in the area of "children at risk for developmental harm. From 1990 to 1995, she worked as a program associate on the Children in Danger project at the Erikson Institute.

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In both worlds, children grow up with firsthand knowledge of terror and violence. This book examines the threat to childhood development posed by living amid chronic community violence

In both worlds, children grow up with firsthand knowledge of terror and violence. This book examines the threat to childhood development posed by living amid chronic community violence. It shows caregiving adults such as teachers, psychologists, social workers, and counselors how they can work together to help children while they are still children-before they become angry, aggressive adults.

by Kathleen Kostelny, James Garbarino, Carole Pardo. So many of our children experience violence in their homes and communities. com User, January 26, 2005.

Children in Danger is a triumph of compassionate scholarship, alucid application of state-of-the-art trauma . This valuable book offers insight and guidance to the professionalwho must help children cope with the cruel challenge of violenceand death in their daily lives.

-San Francisco Chronicle. A stunning, must-read book for anyone interested in how communityviolence affects children's and teacher's development. -Edward Zigler, SterlingProfessor of Psychology, Yale University.

Garbarino, . Dubrow, . Kostelny, . & Pardo, C. (1992). Children in danger: Coping with the consequences of community violence. Helping children cope with violence. Young Children, 48(4), 4-11. Woodson, R. L. (1981). San Francisco: Jossey Bass. Gottman, . Katz, . & Hooven, C. (1996). Parental Meta-Emotion Structure and the Emotional Life of Families: Theoretical Model and Preliminary Data. Journal of Family Psychology, 10(3), 243-268. Working with parents: The key to learning. Support for Learning, 2(3), 37-42. Hoffman, . & Wundram, B. (1984).

Garbarino, James and Dubrow, Nancy and Kostelny, Kathleen and Pardo, Carole (1992) Children in danger: coping .

Garbarino, James and Dubrow, Nancy and Kostelny, Kathleen and Pardo, Carole (1992) Children in danger: coping with the consequences of community violence.

The meaning of danger in the lives of children - Children in war zones .

This book examines the threat to childhood development posed by living amid chronic community violence.

Childhood is ideally a time of safety, marked by freedom from the economic, sexual, and political demands that later become part of adult life. For many children, however, particularly those who live in our inner cities, childhood is increasingly a time of danger. In the urban war zones of Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington, D.C., children grow up with firsthand knowledge of terror and violence. This book examines the threat to childhood development posed by living amid chronic community violence. Most importantly, it shows caregiving adults such as teachers, psychologists, social workers, and counselors how they can work together to help children while they are still children--before they become angry, aggressive adults.
  • So many of our children experience violence in their homes and communities. I've heard James Garbarino speak several times and he does have a pulse on what is happening and ideas on what we can do about it. For anyone working with youth, buy the book, read it, and then do something more to help your own community.

  • Good book, sad topic, great writing

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  • Children in Danger is a good book to read. It is very interesting and it talks about children who saw someone get hurt.These children are the ages of two and up. They been in the middle of accidents and around them.I really like this book because it talks about children that are in danger and it explains there problem that they have. Who they saw get hurt. I didnt like that the children were tramitized and they had to go through what happend.

    I feel like this book is a good book for everyone to read because it was very interesting. It caught my attention and it inspired me to keep reading the book. It made me feel good that the children were the ones who told some of the story. This is a good book.

    Eileen Gonzales

    Baldwin Park CA. 91706

  • great book for that price...