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Fuadiah, N., & Suryadi, D. (2019). Teaching and Learning Activities in Classroom and Their Impact on Student Misunderstanding: A Case Study on Negative Integers. International Journal of Instruction, 12, 407-424.
https://doi.org/10.29333/iji.2019.12127a

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  • TITLE: Students’ Violence against Teachers in the Arab Sector in Israel—A Case Study

    AUTHORS: Yosef Maman, Yosi Yaffe, Janan Faraj Falah

    KEYWORDS: School, Teacher, Students’ Violence, Authority

    JOURNAL NAME: Sociology Mind, Vol.9 No.3, July 30, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The study deals qualitatively with one of the most concerning issues in contemporary education—the violence of students against teachers, a growing phenomenon that has not yet been thoroughly studied. It considers the phenomenon in question with relation to the diminishing status of the teacher’s authority, as part of the transformation in adult authority. The theoretical framework presents information on students’ violence against teachers at schools, while criticizing the incompetent coping with the phenomenon. In the methodological section, we present the interviews section and the list of questions we asked interviewees, such as: what types of violence are common in the school? What are the characteristics of the violent student? The findings describe the school where the research was conducted, and analyze the teachers’ responses, while at the discussion summarizing the prominent points addressed by the interviews, to establish an applied model for dealing with the phenomenon at schools.