Unformatted text preview: impossible to be effective. 3. What is meta-analysis and why is it used? Meta Analysis – is a quantitative technique for coding, analyzing, and summarizing research evidence. It is used to analyze intervention effects not clearly visible to traditional researchers. Discovery of the delinquency reduction potential of “practical” juvenile justice program intervention is an example. 4. Describe the findings from the National Threat Assessments Centers Study of School Shootings. Basically that there are hints before the shootings happen and they are premeditated. Most attackers have a familiarity with guns. Outside students and bullying are usually with the attacker....
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- Spring '08
- Educational Psychology, #, Juvenile Justice Programs, National Threat Assessments Centers