When kids kill

Children Who Kill, Charles Ewing, Lexington Books, DC Heath and Co., 1990.

Effectiveness of a Violence Prevention Curriculum Among Children in Elementary School, David Grossman et al, JAMA 28 May, 1997, pp. 1605-11. See also editorial, pp. 1641-2.

Incriminating Developments: Scientists Want to Reform the Study of How Kids Go Wrong, Bruce Bower, Science News, 5 September, 1998, pp. 153-5.

Protecting Adolescents From Harm, Findings From the National Longitudinal Study on Adolescent Health, Michael Resnick et al, JAMA, 10 September, 1997, pp. 823 ff.

Reducing Firearm Injury and Death, Trudy Karlson and Stephen Hargarten, Rutgers University Press, 1997.

The Relationship Between Firearm Design and Firearm Violence, Garen Wintemute, JAMA 12 June, 1996, pp 1749 ff. Note: this is a special issue devoted to firearms.

School-Associated Violent Deaths in the United States, 1992 to 1994, S. Patrick Kachur et al, JAMA 12 June, 1996, pp. 1729-33.

The PBS documentary program Frontline covered little criminals.

The National School Safety Center lives here.

The federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Handgun Control thinks guns kill.

KidsPeace, a national center for hope and healing.

The people behind the story.

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