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Aggressive behaviour in education institutions: theoretical perspectives and implications for school and university managers in Uganda.

Mpaata, Kaziba A.

Abstract:
In this article, an analysis on the contribution of tested theory to the understanding of aggressive behavior among students in Secondary and higher Education Institutions is made. It is emphasized that if antisocial behavior such as fire setting and other forms of violence is to be discouraged, parents, teachers and policy managers have significant role to play. An assessment is made and the article is concluded by pointing out the practical implications of the different theories to educators Uganda and beyond.

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Document Title: Aggressive behaviour in education institutions: theoretical perspectives and implications for school and university managers in Uganda.
Institution: Nkumba University
City and Country: Kampala, Uganda


Date:2008
Document Type:Paper (Not Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Institutional Management
Country:Uganda
Keywords:Student behaviour, Student Protest, Crime, Unethical Conduct, Discipline, Uganda, Universities


File Size:154 KB
Rights:Permission granted by author
Date Added:01 August 2008


Mpaata, Kaziba A. (2008). Aggressive behaviour in education institutions: theoretical perspectives and implications for scholl and university managers in Uganda.by Kaziba A. Mpaata. 25p.