Provides instruction in peer mediation and conflict resolution. Although these are not usually effective in resolving bullying problems, they are important skills to give children. Empowers school personnel, parents, volunteers, community representatives, and students. Is process oriented (as opposed to conducting only special events). Burruss, George W., Adam M. Bossler, and Thomas J. Holt. 2012. “Assessing the Mediation of a Fuller Social Learning Model on Low Self-Control’s Influence on Software Piracy.” Crime & Delinquency. DOI: 10.1177/0011128712437915. Bossler, Adam M., and Thomas J. Holt. 2012. “Patrol Officers’ Perceived Role in Responding to Cybercrime.”
Objectives: Participants role-play various approaches to conflicts that might arise in the workplace. Procedure: Read through the scenarios below and with a partner discuss ways to deal with the issues presented. Create a short skit to act out a possible solution to the problem and present for the whole group.