Maximum Security: The Culture of Violence in Inner-City Schools
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Maximum Security: The Culture of Violence in Inner-City Schools

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Escalations in student violence continue throughout the nation, but inner-city schools are the hardest hit, with classrooms and corridors infected by the anger, aggression, and criminality endemic to street life. Technological surveillance, security personnel, and paramilitary control tactics to maintain order and safety are the common administrative response. Essential ed...more
Paperback, 296 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by University Of Chicago Press
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