This book is a firsthand anecdotal account of trying to survive the violence of a dysfunctional school system in the Bronx, New York.
In the wake of such school shootings as Columbine and Sandy Hook, the topic is more relevant than ever. The book proposes a new theory of combining FBI and CIA reports on school shootings with the Myers Briggs Personality Type Indicator to determine the likelihood of the school shooter syndrome. This work adds a new perspective to the dialogue on guns, bullying and school safety.
SSTOP School Shooter Threat Onset Predictive: The Pathology of Bullying, Violence in Schools and the School Shooter Syndrome was written by an educator who has worked the past ten years in special education as a teacher and case manager.
Says author Robert Sneider, "I spent six years in the Bronx, New York, in a school that was 99 percent African American and Hispanic. This was a school that was plagued by poverty and violence framed by a dysfunctional school system. This book was a product of those experiences and a theory that I had developed while writing the thesis for my doctorate in psychology."
Dr. Robert Sneider PsyD grew up in a small town outside of Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada, and now resides in Newton, New Hampshire. He works in special education as a teacher and case manager for the Windham New Hampshire School District. This is his third book. The first two were psychological thrillers about Niagara Falls.
Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/RobertSneider
|Publisher:||Strategic Book Group, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)|