Violence is a general term to describe actions, usually deliberate, that cause or intend to cause injury to people, animals, or non-living objects. Violence is often associated with aggression. There are essentially two kinds of violence: random violence, which describes small-scale acts of random or targeted violence, and coordinated violence, which describes actions carried out by sanctioned or unsanctioned violent groups, such as war and terrorism.

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Teens: The Company They Keep
... Preventing Destructive Behavior by Harnessing the Power of Peers Tragic events such as school shootings have presented us with images of adolescent aggressive and antisocial behavior. There is a natio...
Source: National Institute of Mental Health

Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters
... Helping young people avoid or overcome emotional problems in the wake of violence or disaster is one of the most important challenges a parent, teacher, or mental health professional can face. The Nat...
Source: National Institute of Mental Health

   

Violence Articles

  • Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters
    ... Helping young people avoid or overcome emotional problems in the wake of violence or disaster is one of the most important challenges a parent, teacher, or mental health professional can face. The Nat...
  • Sexual Assault
    ... Sexual assault is any type of sexual activity that you do not want or agree to. It ranges from inappropriate touching to penetration or intercourse. It also can be verbal, visual, audio, or any other ...
  • Teens: The Company They Keep
    ... Preventing Destructive Behavior by Harnessing the Power of Peers Tragic events such as school shootings have presented us with images of adolescent aggressive and antisocial behavior. There is a natio...

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