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Without recognizing the problem, no one cannot help students completely. Therefore, all of people need correct awareness about school violence, so schools, family, and society can help students through effective prevention programs.
In United States, school violence has widely occurred and students use weapons such as guns or knives (Javad & Michael et al., 1997). Some recent studies have shown the definition of school violence. One study by (Eldon & Orlando et al., 2010) defined violence as follows: (a) punched friends, (b) stolen from someone, (c) assaulted someone with the crucial damage, (d) killed someone, (e) utilized a weapon or press to gain money or things from persons. Another study by (Javad & Michael et al., 1997) defined the age of students from 8 to 17 years. And they follow most of the definitions from (Eldon & Orlando et al., 2010) except for one different definition: (a) compelling sexual assault. The last study by (Brandi & Vincent et al., (2011) defined school violence. Also they agree with (Eldon & Orlando et al., 2010); however, some other definitions were added over the 15years of study like: (a) ignored someone, (b) isolated someone from friends. Also many other elements contribute to school violence. Family, school, and society all have a role to play in school violence.
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