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Health 9 Weeks Test

Mickey Alan

The intentional killing of one person by another? Homicide
The person who is attacked and harmed physically Victim
To grow more intense Escalate
A process for resolving conflicts tat involves a neutral third party Mediation
Frustration and hostility that sometimes results when people feel unable to improve their lives Free Floating Anger
The unfair mistreatment of a person or group based on prejudice Discrimination
A person who physically attacks another person Assailant
A person who encourages fighting between others but stays out of the fight Instigator
The use of physical force with the intent to injure or kill Homicide
Small but frequent episodes of discrimination that some people experience Micro Insults
The loss of feeling and movement in some part of the body. Paralysis
“Fighting gangs” because they will fight those who intrude on their turf Territorial Gangs
6 risk factors associated with violence Poverty Media Violence Family Violence Drug Abuse Membership in Games Availability of Weapons
what are the two choices a person has for dealing with anger aside from fighting or running away Re-channeling your anger and using communication skills
4 situations or factors that may lead to violence? Arguments Revenge Prejudice Peer Pressure
First concern in any conflict? Safety
How can poverty contribute to violence? Poverty can contribute to feelings of hopelessness and anger, and anger leads to violence
3 things you can do to resolve a conflict wisely? Do the unexpected Provide the person with a way out Be willing to apologize
Created by: caitlin.mclain