Promoting Nonviolence in Early Adolescence Responding in Peaceful and Positive Ways
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This series of monographs is dedicated to the increasingly vital area of prevention in healthcare. The works are organized into four categories of preventive practice: education, social competency enhancement, natural caregiving, and systems change. Tragedy should not and need not occur before a school or community begins making efforts to prevent violence. This volume describes the steps taken by Responding In Peaceful and Positive Ways (RIPP), a program developed to promote `non-violence' among students in middle schools. RIPP provides young people with new ways to respond to conflict. Using the acronym RAID, the students are taught four types of non-violent options: Resolve, Avoid, Ignore, and Diffuse. By teaching that they have other choices in any conflict, the idea that `fighting' is a necessary response to an insult or a conflict is dispelled. RIPP also teaches the need for everyone to accept differences, to affirm those with whom they come in contact, and not to engage in `put downs' of others. This empirically validated program has been proven to work in a variety of settings and was designed with real-life experiences in mind. It was originally developed and implemented in collaboration with school administrators in both urban and rural settings.
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Copyright year: 2000
Publication date: 7/31/2000
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Background on Responding in Peaceful and Positive Ways (PIPP): Violence, Nonviolence, and Positive Risk-Taking in Early Adolescence|
|Getting RIPP Running|
|Selecting and Training Beacons of Nonviolence|
|Knowing whether RIPP Is Working in Your School|
|Overview of RIPP-6|
|Overview of RIPP-7|
|Overview of RIPP-8|
|Adaptation of RIPP For Cultural and Community Differences|