- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2019
- Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- Lunneblad, Johannes (ed.)
- 6 Illustrations, black and white; VIII, 186 p. 6 illus.
- 241 x 164 x 14 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 469 g
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This book examines the global phenomenon of school violence and its wide range of behaviours, from school shootings to minor theft, bullying and sexual harassment. Studying the Nordic countries and taking Sweden as an example and case study, the book discusses key features of sexuality, bullying and cyberbullying, radicalization, and violent extremism. It examines different approaches to school violence and discusses them in relation to political and ideological influences, gender relations, and socio-economic conditions. It presents trends in prevention of school violence, policing the school and dilemmas in educating against violent extremism. Since most of the research in this field has been done in post-industrial democracies such as Australia, the UK and the US, the book contributes to the debate by offering new perspectives on violence in schools from the Nordic countries.
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Fler böcker av Johannes Lunneblad
1. Introduction: School violence in the Nordic countries - a changing sociocultural landscape; Johannes Lunneblad.- 2. What is the most violent thing to do? - Mapping the definitions and complexities of violence; Nils Hammaren.- 3. Youth and Crime in a Welfare state - Trends, Inequalities and Societal response; Felipe Estrada.- 4. Juridification of Swedish education - changing conditions for teachers' professional work; Andreas Bergh and Emma Arneback.- 5. The many faces of school violence: Ambivalent categorizations of perpetrators and victims; Johannes Lunneblad and Thomas Johansson.- 6. Policing the school: dialogues and crime reports; Thomas Johansson and Johannes Lunneblad.- 7. Segregation, class, "race" and school violence; Kristina Hunehall Berndtsson.- 8. The juridification of school bullying in Sweden: The emerging struggle between the scientific-based pedagogical discourse and the legal discourse; Robert Thornberg.- 9. Juridification and the Ungendering of School Bullying; Paul Horton and Camilla Forsberg.- 10. Cyberbullying in Childhood and Adolescence - Assessment, Negative Consequences and Prevention Strategies; Sofia Berne, Ann Frisen and Jesper Berne.- 11. The Rules of Violence: Young People's Moral Work around Violence and Fighting; Sara Unhoo.- 12. Democratic dilemmas in education against violent extremism; Jennie Sivenbring.