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Journal of Modern Foreign Psychology

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Violence in school. Foreign sources comprehension 1372

Fedunina N.Y., PhD in Psychology, research fellow of the Centre for emergency psychological assistance, Moscow State University of Psychology, Russia, natalia_fedunina@mail.ru
Sugizaki E., professor of the Goias Catholic University, Brazil, eduardosugizaki@gmail.com
Abstract
Article presents foreign sources analysis on the matter of violence and safety in schools. Authors propose a three-level considering system, which includes educational level of all process agents, schools as organizations and school's relation to society.

Keywords: educational environment safety; violence in school; preventive programs; climate in school

Column: Educational psychology

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