This study utilizes Allan Guggenbuhl's seven-step Mythodrama method of resolving conflict and bullying in a school setting which has proven successful in Europe, applies this to a school setting in the United States, and measure that application to see if this intervention for addressing conflict and bullying is successful in a setting in the United States. Pre- and post-testing was conducted and some statistically significant improvement post-intervention was found. Study results suggest this methodology would have efficacy when applied broadly in US schools.
|Commitee:||Berger, Barbara, Ganzer, Carol, McCaghan, Dennis, Ridings, John, Shaft, Peter|
|School:||Institute for Clinical Social Work (Chicago)|
|Department:||Clinical Social Work - Child & Adolescent Specialization|
|School Location:||United States -- Illinois|
|Source:||DAI-B 74/07(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Behavioral psychology, Social work, School counseling, Developmental psychology, Psychology|
|Keywords:||Group intervention, Group psychology, Middle school students, Mythodrama intervention, Psychology, School psychology, Social work, Violence prevention|
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