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e-Book I Wrote on All Four Walls: Teens Speak Out on Violence download

by Fran Fearnley,Fred Matthews

ISBN: 1550377574
ISBN13: 978-1550377576
Language: English
Publisher: Annick Press (September 4, 2004)
Pages: 144
Category: Parenting
Subategory: Parenting

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This book collects the harrowing stories of nine contemporary teenagers who have witnessed, been the victim of, or instigated acts of violence-sometimes all three.

This book collects the harrowing stories of nine contemporary teenagers who have witnessed, been the victim of, or instigated acts of violence-sometimes all three. The afterword by youth services specialist Dr. Fred Matthews, explores how both victims and perpetrators can come to terms with violent events and gain control of their lives.

But one common element is clear: violence builds walls, and these teens want to speak up and break ou. Wrote on all Four Walls . Wrote on all Four Walls also includes an afterword by youth services specialist Dr. Fred Matthews, an internationally respected authority on teen violence. Библиографические данные.

Sixteen-year-old Janice finds herself the target of cyber-bullying and physical intimidation at school.

Teens Speak Out on Violence. Published September 4, 2004 by Annick Press. Sue's struggles with family instability, substance abuse, stealing, gangs, violence, and restrictive cultural traditions instilled in her the strength to face the ugliness of the world and to strive for a better life.

by Fran Fearnley, e.

by Fran Fearnley, ed. For teen victims of violence, what keeps them isolated in silence is their feeling of shame. At their most effective, these testimonies demonstrate to readers who’ve experienced violence that they’re not alone or horribly unique, while providing visceral comprehension for general readers.

All speak honestly; most with hope Red walls pop out in the darkness. People are reading, browsing, chatting. Shelves lined with books are clearly visible.

Literacy for teen mothers. Youth programs span system. All speak honestly; most with hope. I Wrote on all Four Walls got its start in the library’s annual Young Voices creative writing contest, and was developed by Annick Press in co-operation with the library. During Teen Month, in October, over 100 young people attended a Young Voices writers conference at the library. Red walls pop out in the darkness.

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Nine teens share their experiences with violence.

The explosive teenage years can make young people more prone to violence...and more vulnerable. The accounts in I Wrote on all Four Walls are authentic and riveting. Sixteen-year-old Janice finds herself the target of cyber-bullying and physical intimidation at school. Allan remembers coming out at age fourteen and learning that safety can be as much about who you know as who you are. Don at age eight terrorized his younger brother, an aggression that escalated into the torture of another boy at fifteen.

I Wrote on all Four Walls collects the harrowing stories of nine contemporary teenagers who have witnessed, been the victim of, or instigated acts of violence... sometimes all three. In their own words, these teens offer thoughtful testimony on how such experiences have impacted on their lives, and their choices in dealing with those repercussions. Each experience is as unique and complex as the teens themselves. But one common element is clear: violence builds walls, and these teens want to speak up and break out.

I Wrote on all Four Walls also includes an afterword by youth services specialist Dr. Fred Matthews, an internationally respected authority on teen violence. Dr. Matthews, a community psychologist and Director of Research and Program Development at Central Toronto Youth Services, explores how both victims and perpetrators can come to terms with violent events and gain control of their lives.

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