•Examination of the views of self of 36 incarcerated school violence perpetrators who committed acts of violence in U.S. K-12 schools between 1979 and 2011 •These views were collected from a projective technique style survey instrument and personal interviews •This includes views of self before, during, and after their violent act(s) •Analytical units/categories discovered: •Relationship between teachers and students •Personal views on such violence (placing of blame/lack of personal guilt) •Causes of violence (revenge, mistreatment, hopelessness, environment) •Findings presented through 4 newly developed typologies of school violence perpetrators: •Traditional •Gang Related •Associated •Non-Associated
Crews, G. A., & Crews, G. A. (2017, November). Gooble, Gobble, We Accept Her, We Accept Her, One Of Us, One Of Us: An Examination of the Views of Self for Incarcerated School Violence Perpetrators. 2017 American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.