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Reducing School Violence in Detroit : An Evaluation of an Alternative Conflict Resolution Intervention

By Roemer, Timothy J.

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Title: Reducing School Violence in Detroit : An Evaluation of an Alternative Conflict Resolution Intervention  
Author: Roemer, Timothy J.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Economic & political studies
Collection: Government Library Collection
Subcollection: Government Printing Office
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Publisher: Government Printing Office

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Excerpt: Student expects dealer would get mad but student would be O - Y . Student dealer may “get an attitude” but leave student alone and find someone else to keep the drugs, Student states dealer would get in trouble. He'd get mad at me but I'd be okay. 3 - Stud

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