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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Coleman, Doriane Lambelet.
Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, ©2002
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Doriane Lambelet Coleman
|Description:||x, 293 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Columbine High School, April 20, 1999 --
Columbine writ large: an American epidemic --
Youth violence --
Childhood suicide --
Depression in children --
Anxiety disorders --
Conclusions about the data and their gender effects --
The economic costs of Columbine --
The cultural costs of Columbine --
The genetics of violence and depression --
The developmental significance of parenting --
Children from birth-to-three --
Children beyond the tender years --
The absence of adequate parenting in the lives of American children --
Virtual reality and the school environment --
The influence of media technologies --
The ecology of the schools --
Conclusions about the ultimate causes of Columbine --
The challenge of American liberalism --
An introduction to American liberalism --
The constitutional doctrine of parental autonomy --
The right to free speech --
The constitution's Rockwellian image of life in contemporary America --
The role and effectiveness of religion and communitarianism in the law --
Curriculum reform as an antidote to Columbine --
The possibility of a Bipartisan agreement on character education --
The components of successful curriculum reform --
Federalizing the solution to a national epidemic --
The need for uniformity and the politics of the school boards --
Overcoming the obstacle of local control --
The argument according to history and the tenth amendment --
The argument according to the needs and successes of the children and their communities --
The real argument in favor of local control.
|Responsibility:||Doriane Lambelet Coleman.|
- School violence -- United States.
- School children -- Mental health -- United States.
- Moral education -- United States.
- Education and state -- United States.
- Columbine High School (Littleton, Colo.)
- Education and state.
- Moral education.
- School children -- Mental health.
- School violence.
- United States.