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Author: Paul Rosenfels
Publisher: Ninth Street Center
Keywords: creativity, interpersonal, psychology, power, love
Number of Pages: 230
Published: 1966-06
ISBN-10: 0872120090
ISBN-13: 9780872120099
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Author: Anthony J. Urquiza
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: user, manual, series, infancy, children, abused, neglected, treatment
Number of Pages: 87
Published: 2004-08-30
ISBN-10: 0788116614
ISBN-13: 9780788116612

Provides an overview of child development followed by a description of the relatively new field of developmental psychopathology that is founded on recognizing the value of normal development throughout childhood and acknowledging that many childhood life events and experiences can distort this development. Classifies child development into: intrapersonal development; interpersonal development; physical development; sexual development; and behavioral conduct development. Bibliography and glossary.
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: drug, free, communities, sustaining, creating, plus, tools, prevention
Number of Pages: 568
Published: 1994-01-01
ISBN-10: 0788102958
ISBN-13: 9780788102950

Designed to help program planners, communities and others to develop an effective and comprehensive systems approach to fighting the war against alcohol and other drug use among youth in their communities. Explains how individual, interpersonal, and environmental situations and conditions contribute to alcohol and other drug use. Provides strategies for combating each of these forces. Case studies of model communities around the country are described. Includes worksheets, planning charts, and other aids.
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Author: Joan Zorza
Publisher: Civic Research Institute, Inc.
Keywords: issues, interventions, treatment, legal, abusers, women, victims, violence
Number of Pages: 15
Published: 2002-01-01
ISBN-10: 1887554556
ISBN-13: 9781887554558

This book is a collection of the experiences, insights, and ideas of leading professionals who work with women victims of violence, and who prosecute the perpetrators of such violence. Some articles also address male victims. It is a reference for victim advocates, attorneys, law enforcement, counseling and health professionals, educators and students. It offers ideas on effective programs, policies, and legal developments in the fight against interpersonal violence.
48023

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: report, america, scans, schools, requires, work
Number of Pages: 63
Published: 1991-05
ISBN-10: 1568063865
ISBN-13: 9781568063867

Concludes that all American high school students must develop a new set of competencies and foundation skills; that qualities of high performance that characterize the most competitive companies must become the standard for the majority of all companies; and American schools must be transformed into high-performance organizations in their own right. Describes the skills and personal qualities that workers need in order to be competent, and the productive use of resources, interpersonal skills, information, systems and technology by effective workers. Illustrated.
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Author: Joan Zorza
Publisher: Civic Research Institute, Inc.
Keywords: legal, medical, research, developments, protection, prevention, women, victims, abusers, violence
Number of Pages: 47
Published: 2002
ISBN-10: 1887554432
ISBN-13: 9781887554435

This book is a collection of the experiences, insights, and ideas of leading professionals who work with women victims of violence, and who prosecute the perpetrators of such violence. Some articles also address male victims. It is a reference for victim advocates, attorneys, law enforcement, counseling and health professionals, educators and students. It offers ideas on effective programs, policies, and legal developments in the fight against interpersonal violence.
25014

Author: William DeJong
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: community, mass, media, strategies, school, introduction, interpersonal, violence, among, youth, preventing
Number of Pages: 85
Published: 1994-03-01
ISBN-10: 0788125206
ISBN-13: 9780788125201

Reports on new violence prevention strategies. Reviews current school, community, and mass media strategies, and describes the most promising programs now in operation. Offers recommendations for how police and other criminal justice professionals can get involved by introducing the basic concepts and strategies of violence prevention. Designed to encourage even more criminal justice professionals to join this vital effort.
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