Disciplinary practices and their effects on students attending secondary public schools in Cyprus
Citation:Christina Aristidou, 'Disciplinary practices and their effects on students attending secondary public schools in Cyprus', [thesis], Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Education, 2012, pp 424
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A growing body of literature indicates that the traditional disciplinary practices, such as suspension and expulsion, which are being widely used by the majority of schools around the world, are not only ineffective in fulfilling their primary goals, which is to target and deter a student's disruptive behaviour, but they can actually reinforce such behaviour and/or cause students more problems than the ones they are already dealing with.
Author: Aristidou, Christina
Qualification name:Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Publisher:Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Education
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Type of material:thesis
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Keywords:Education, Ph.D., Ph.D. Trinity College Dublin.