Title<br />The Psychology of the College Student about Violent Crimes on College Campuses<br />
Mindset of college student as it relates to violent crime increases.<br />Psychological impact of college campus violence ...
Exposure to violence increases awareness and coping strategies. College students are exposed to violence. Therefore, col...
There is considerable evidence that students’ exposure to violence is associated with both antisocial behavior and psychol...
Listen to music<br />Talking to friends<br />Joking<br />Helping others with their problems<br />Being with boyfriend/girl...
Male students were significantly more likely than female students to report they:<br />Listen to music<br />Played sports<...
Female students significantly more likely to:<br />Talk to others<br />Go to church<br />Help others with their problem<br...
What are coping strategies for college student forced to deal with violent encounter for the first time? <br />I would tha...
Students exposed to violence learn to develop coping skills.<br />Research is important and relevant because of the crime ...
Development of coping strategies decrease chances of students becoming so stressful that they develop symptoms of trauma o...
Awareness, warning students about criminal activity at orientations, through campus newspaper, in residence halls, and thr...
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Prevaling Argument Pp

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  • 1. Title<br />The Psychology of the College Student about Violent Crimes on College Campuses<br />
  • 2. Mindset of college student as it relates to violent crime increases.<br />Psychological impact of college campus violence on the college student.<br />Determine psychological mindset of college students about safety and security on their college campus.<br />Research Objectives<br />
  • 3. Exposure to violence increases awareness and coping strategies. College students are exposed to violence. Therefore, college students exposed to violence are more aware of coping strategies.<br />Argument<br />
  • 4. There is considerable evidence that students’ exposure to violence is associated with both antisocial behavior and psychological trauma.<br />Depression<br />Anxiety<br />Anger<br />PTSD <br />Students exposure to violence<br />
  • 5. Listen to music<br />Talking to friends<br />Joking<br />Helping others with their problems<br />Being with boyfriend/girlfriend<br />Being by themselves<br />Watching television<br />sleeping<br />Coping strategies for students exposed to violence<br />
  • 6. Male students were significantly more likely than female students to report they:<br />Listen to music<br />Played sports<br />Joked<br />Used alcohol or drugs<br />Coping strategies for males<br />
  • 7. Female students significantly more likely to:<br />Talk to others<br />Go to church<br />Help others with their problem<br />Cry<br />Listen<br />Spend time with boyfriend or girlfriend<br />Coping strategies for females<br />
  • 8. What are coping strategies for college student forced to deal with violent encounter for the first time? <br />I would than compare the coping skills of students that have been previously exposed to violence with the coping skills of those students with little or no exposure to violent crimes. <br />Further develop the argument <br />
  • 9. Students exposed to violence learn to develop coping skills.<br />Research is important and relevant because of the crime increase on college campuses.<br />Without the development of coping skills, students exposed to violence may suffer long term effects.<br />Research conclusion<br />
  • 10. Development of coping strategies decrease chances of students becoming so stressful that they develop symptoms of trauma or anxiety that effect their mental and physical health.<br />Research conclusion continued<br />
  • 11. Awareness, warning students about criminal activity at orientations, through campus newspaper, in residence halls, and through campus internet services.<br />Intervention, encourage bystander intervention by making them feel safe, respected, and encouraged to come forward tp report suspicious activity. <br />Effective ways to combat increasing crime rates on campus<br />

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