Literature Framework Name Institution Theoretical Frameworks A problem existing in a three-tier structure in the field of education has several theories that are applicable. An issue like school violence is a mind-boggling problem which affects not only the functioning and growth of a child but also society as a whole. As a result efforts to stem such upheavals occur in a three-tier system which involves awareness of the problem identifying strategies to address the issue and examining the results to determine if the issues still exist. The following articles highlight the problem of school violence. They are Miller Clayton Miller Biliyeu Hunter and Kraus 2000; Hudson Windham and Hooper 2005 Eisenbraun 2007; Aceves Hinshaw Mendoza-Danton and Page-Gould 2010; Contreras Elacqua Martinez and Miranda 2015 & Stelko-Pereira and Williams 2015. Social learning theory escape theory and sociocultural theory are manifestations which can be utilized for the broader understanding Adolescence 39 658-669. Bandura A. (1971). Social learning theory. General Learning Corporation. Retrieved from www.jku.at Contreras D. Elaqua G. Martinez M. & Miranda A. (2015). Income inequality or performance gap? A multilevel study of school violence in 52 countries. Journal of Adolescent Health 53 545-552. Eisenbraum K.D. (2007). Violence in schools: prevalence prediction and prevention. Aggression and Violent Behavior 12 459-469 Hudson P.E. Windham C.R. & Hooper L.M. (2005). Characteristics of school violence and the value of family-school therapeutic alliances. Journal of School Violence 4(2). Miller T.W. Clayton R. Miller J.M. Bilyeu J. Hunter J. & Kraus R.F. (2000). Violence in schools: clinical issues and case analysis for high risk children. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 30(4). Stelko-Pereria A. & Williams L.C. (2016). Evaluation of Brazil school violence prevention program. Pensamiento Psicológico 14(1): 36-76. Vgstosky L.S. (1978). Interaction between learning and development. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press. [...]
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