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Raising Safe Kids
30 Proven Ways To Protect Your Child From Becoming Lost, Abducted, Abused, or Victimized by Jan Wagner, Yell Dyno Founder, featuring a foreword by Gavin de Becker, best selling author of The Gift of Fear.
To download Gavin's Intro
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This indispensable handbook, Raising Safe Kids on personal safety, is included in every Yello Dyno Pro Curriculum.

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• According to interactional theory, delinquency comes about because of the pattern of interactions between the individual and his or her environment. As bonds to conventional society (e.g., parents and teachers) weaken, social control is reduced and delinquency becomes more likely. For prolonged serious delinquency to emerge, however, association with other delinquent youth and the information of delinquent beliefs are required. Once these delinquent patterns emerge, they have feedback effects, further eroding the person's bond to conventional society. These mutually reinforcing effects create trajectories toward increasing levels of involvement in delinquency. Social network theory is a complementary perspective that focuses on the impact of the social groups, on networks, in which the person is involved. All networks control the behavior of their members and channel that behavior toward consistency with group norms. Prosocial networks (e.g., Boy Scouts) increase the likelihood of conforming behavior; antisocial network (e.g.,gangs) increase the likelihood of antisocial behavior. The more pervasive the network is in a person's life, the more powerful the effect it has on his or her behavior.
- Gang membership, Delinquent Peers and Delinquent Behavior,
10/98, NCJ 182990, U.S. Department of Justice, NCJ 171119

 

 

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"Unless your children recognize deceptive behavior of Tricky People who mean them harm, it doesn't matter what safety rules you teach them."
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The Book
Raising Safe Kids by Jan Wagner
(Jan's Bio)
Featuring a foreword by

Gavin de Becker
best selling author of The Gift of Fear and Protecting The Gift

   
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Can't Fool Me! 8 Song Samples
The Song,
Tricky People!
   
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"Take three steps back and run like the wind!"
- Lyrics from the song, Tricky People!

"Your children learn simple lyrics attached to memorable songs. They are left with a joyous image of running like the wind... but in a time of crisis these lyrics come right back and they act on them to stay safe."
- David Ham, song writer of the
Can't Fool Me! CD


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