Table of contents for Schools as dangerous places : historical perspectives / edited by Anthony Potts and Tom O'Donoghue.

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Acknowledgements	
Chapter 1	
Schools as Dangerous Places: Preliminary Considerations 
T. O'Donoghue and A. Potts
Chapter 2	
Legal Aspects of Schools as Dangerous Places 
A. Potts
Chapter 3	
Sporting Violence in Australian Public Schools, 1850-1914 
M. Crotty
Chapter 4	
The Abuse of Children in Irish Charter Schools in the Early 19th Century 
M. Coleman
Chapter 5	
'Illicit' Sexuality and Public Education in Ontario, 1840-1907
B. Curtis
Chapter 6	
Magdalen Asylums and Moral Regulation in Ireland
B. Titley
Chapter 7	
Teachers and the Child-abuse Scandals in Catholic Schools 
T. O'Donoghue
Chapter 8	
Dealing with the Sexual Harassment of Teachers in the Classroom in the Early Twentieth Century
J. Jose and C. Bacchi
Chapter 9		
The Rise and Fall of a Significant Headmaster 
M. D. Prentis
Chapter 10	
Outcasts of the Orkney (and Other) Islands: Abusive Scottish Insular Teachers, 
1872-1945
D. Limond
Chapter 11	
Young Teachers and Corporal Punishment in Inter-war Elementary Schools in Britain 
P. Gardner
Chapter 12	
Eugenicists, Doctors and Education in Britain, 1900-1939 
R. Lowe
Chapter 13	
Hazing in a US University from 1868 to 1913 
W. Solberg
Chapter 14	
The Dismissal of a Distinguished Sociologist 
O.F. Larson, R. M. Williams Jr., and R. C. Wimberley
Chapter 15	
University Colleges as Dangerous Places
A. Potts

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

School violence -- History.
Students -- Abuse of -- History.
Child sexual abuse by teachers -- History.
Teacher-student relationships -- History.
Sexual harassment in education -- History.