TITLE

CHAPTER 3: School Shootings: 1974-2000

AUTHOR(S)
McCabe, Kimberly A.; Martin, Gregory M.
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
School Violence, the Media & Criminal Justice Responses;2005, p42
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
This chapter assesses school shootings in the U.S. between December 1974 and May 2000. It discusses the time and place of a school shooting. The outcome of a school shooting in terms of the number of victims and the characteristics of offenders is examined. It considers several characteristics in the association between school experiences and delinquency.
ACCESSION #
19364996

 

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