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Author: Cindy L Miller-Perrin; Robin D Perrin
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Thoroughly updated and expanded, the Second Edition of Child Maltreatment: An Introduction disseminates current knowledge about the various types of violence against children. Uniquely offering both a psychological and sociological focus, this core text helps students understand more fully the etiology, prevalence, treatment, policy issues, and prevention of child maltreatment."--Jacket.
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Miller-Perrin, Cindy L. (Cindy Lou), 1962-
Child maltreatment.
Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©2007
(OCoLC)607894072
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cindy L Miller-Perrin; Robin D Perrin
ISBN: 1412926688 9781412926683
OCLC Number: 65820145
Description: xvii, 475 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. History and definitions of child maltreatment --
Children as victims --
Child maltreatment within families --
How social conditions become social problems --
Discovering child maltreatment : the historical context --
Discovering childhood --
Discovering child maltreatment --
Defining child maltreatment : understanding the social construction-of-deviance definitions --
Parent-child violence : four conceptualizations --
Legitimate versus illegitimate acts --
Practice, policy, and prevention issues --
Family support and training programs --
School-based programs --
Community awareness campaigns --
Justice and protection --
Treating offenders and victims --
Coordinated community responses --
Summary --
Goals of the book --
Discussion questions --
Notes --
Recommended resources. 2. The study of child maltreatment : theoretical and methodological issues --
Determining the extent of child maltreatment --
Official estimates --
National Incidence Study (NIS) --
National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) --
Self-report surveys --
Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS) --
National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) --
Section summary --
Explaining child maltreatment --
Cultural and social structural antecedents --
The cultural context --
Structural characteristics of the family --
Low costs of child maltreatment --
Etiological theory : trying to understand abusive behavior --
Social ecology/social bonding theories --
Social class, strain, and frustration --
Social learning theories --
Attachment and parent-child interaction theories --
Psychopathology and behavioral traits --
Biological factors --
Integrated theories --
Process theories --
Transactional theories --
Section summary --
Methodological issues : conducting better research --
Definitional ambiguity --
Correlation isn't cause : problems establishing cause-and-effect relationships --
Conducting experiments --
Longitudinal studies --
Comparison groups --
When correlation comes close to cause : two examples --
Problems with samples --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Notes --
Recommended resources. 3. Child physical abuse --
Case history : Kevin fell off his razor --
Scope of the problem --
What is physical child abuse? --
Legal perspectives --
How common is physical child abuse? --
Official estimates --
Self-report surveys --
Is the rate of physical child abuse increasing? --
Section summary --
Searching for patterns : victim, perpetrator, and social ecological characteristics --
Demographic characteristics of children who are physically abused --
Age --
Gender --
Socioeconomic status --
Race --
Additional characteristics --
Demographic characteristics of adults who physically abuse children --
Age --
Gender --
Relationship to the abused child --
Psychological and biological characteristics of adults who physically abuse children --
Emotional and behavioral characteristics --
Biological factors --
Social ecological factors --
Family characteristics --
Family and interpersonal difficulties --
Parenting problems --
Section summary --
Consequences associated with child physical abuse --
Effects associated with the physical abuse of children --
Medical and neurobiological problems --
Cognitive problems --
Behavioral problems --
Socioemotional difficulties --
Psychiatric disorders --
Possible long-term effects of physical abuse --
Criminal and violent behavior --
Substance abuse --
Socioemotional difficulties --
Mediators of abuse effects --
Section summary --
Practice, policy, and prevention issues --
Intervention strategies for child physical abuse --
Treatment for physically abusive adults --
Treatment for children with physical abuse histories --
Family interventions --
Community interventions --
Preventing physical abuse of children --
Parental competency programs --
Community awareness campaigns --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Note --
Recommended resources. 4. Child sexual abuse --
Case history : Sashim's secret --
Scope of the problem --
What is child sexual abuse? --
Cultural context --
Conceptual issues --
Legal issues --
Estimates of child sexual abuse --
Official estimates --
Self-report surveys --
Is sexual abuse increasing or decreasing? --
Section summary --
Searching for patterns : victim, perpetrator, and social ecological characteristics --
Characteristics of victims of sexually abused children --
Age --
Gender --
Characteristics of individuals who sexually abuse children --
Age --
Gender --
Relationship to the abused child --
Social ecological factors --
Section summary --
Dynamics and consequences associated with child sexual abuse --
Dynamics of child sexual abuse --
Types of sexual activity --
Initiation of abuse --
Maintenance of abuse --
Exploitation through the Internet --
Effects associated with child sexual abuse --
Initial effects --
Long-term effects --
Explaining the variability in effects --
Section summary --
Explaining child sexual abuse --
Focus on the abused individual --
Focus on the offender --
Deviant sexual arousal --
Childhood history of sexual abuse --
Contemporary integrative theories --
Focus on the family --
Focus on society and culture --
Societal attitudes --
Media depictions --
Section summary --
Practice, policy, and prevention issues --
Basic issues in treatment --
Therapy for child and adult survivors --
Interventions for children --
Interventions for adults --
Treatment interventions for offenders --
Medical approaches --
Traditional and family systems approaches --
Cognitive and behavioral techniques --
Prevention of child sexual abuse --
Education programs for children --
The parental role in child empowerment --
Perpetration prevention --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Recommended resources. 5. Child neglect --
Case history : Will and Mark : "where are the parents?" --
Scope of the problem --
What is child neglect? --
Current definitions --
Severity of consequences --
Frequency and duration --
Cultural issues --
Forms of neglect --
Estimates of child neglect --
Official estimates --
Self-report surveys --
Section summary --
Searching for patterns : characteristics of neglected children and their families --
Characteristics of neglected children --
Age --
Gender --
Race --
Characteristics of neglecting parents --
Demographic characteristics --
Psychological and behavioral characteristics --
Social ecological factors --
Family structure and functioning --
Socioeconomic status --
Community integration and social support --
Section summary --
Consequences associated with child neglect --
Developmental considerations --
Social and attachment difficulties --
Cognitive and academic deficits --
Emotional and behavior problems --
Physical consequences --
Long-term consequences --
Section summary --
Practice, policy, and prevention issues --
Treatment of child neglect --
Prevention of child neglect --
Home visitation programs --
Programs for parents with high-risk children --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Recommended resources. 6. Child psychological maltreatment --
Case history : tough love or child psychological maltreatment? --
Scope of the problem --
What is child psychological maltreatment? --
Conceptual issues --
Subtypes of child psychological maltreatment --
Legal issues --
Estimates of child psychological maltreatment --
Official estimates --
Self-report surveys --
Section summary --
Searching for patterns : characteristics of victims and perpetrators --
Characteristics of psychologically maltreated children --
Age and gender --
Other risk factors --
Characteristics of psychologically maltreating parents --
Age and gender --
Psychosocial qualities --
Section summary --
Consequences associated with child psychological maltreatment --
Initial effects --
Long-term effects --
Methodological issues pertaining to effects research --
Section summary --
Practice, policy, and prevention issues --
Interventions for psychologically maltreated children --
Preventing psychological maltreatment --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Note --
Recommended resources. 7. Additional forms of child maltreatment --
Case history : the Disney World girl --
Children who witness violence --
Children exposed to intimate partner violence --
Estimates of the problem --
Effects associated with children's exposure to intimate partner violence --
Methodological issues pertaining to effects research --
Interventions for children exposed to intimate partner violence --
Children who witness community violence --
Estimates of the problem --
Effects associated with exposure to community violence --
Interventions for children exposed to community violence --
Section summary --
Peer violence and victimization --
Sibling abuse --
What is sibling abuse? --
Forms of negative sibling interaction --
Estimates of the problem --
Consequences associated with negative sibling interaction --
Characteristics of siblings who inflict harm --
Bullying --
What is bullying? --
Estimates of the problem --
Characteristics of bullies and victims --
Age --
Gender --
Psychological characteristics --
Family- and school-related factors --
Intervention and prevention --
Section summary --
Institutional child maltreatment --
Estimates of the problem --
Forms of institutional child maltreatment --
Consequences associated with institutional child maltreatment --
Responses to institutional child maltreatment --
Section summary --
Organized exploitation --
Child sex rings --
Child pornography --
Child prostitution --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Note --
Recommended resources. 8. Key issues in responding to child maltreatment --
Child welfare responses to child maltreatment --
The role of child protective services --
Out-of-home care --
Legislation affecting child welfare --
Legal system responses to child maltreatment --
Children and the legal system --
Prosecuting individuals who abuse children --
Cultural and international issues in child maltreatment --
Estimates of child maltreatment outside North America --
Cultural differences and child maltreatment --
Cultural sensitivity in addressing the problem of child maltreatment --
Collateral effects of child maltreatment --
The impact of child maltreatment on professionals who work with victims --
Treatment and prevention of collateral effects of child maltreatment --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Recommended resources. 9. Controversial issues in the study of child maltreatment --
Concern and debate about alleged false allegations --
Childhood fabrications --
Memory wars : repressed and recovered memories --
Is exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV) a form of child maltreatment? --
Are some cases of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) actually infanticide? --
Justice and protection controversies --
Mandatory reporting --
Community notification laws --
Corporal punishment --
Family preservation versus out-of-home care --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Notes --
Recommended resources. 10. Advancing the field of child maltreatment --
Methodological and theoretical limitations and solutions --
Improving on methodological limitations to research in the field --
Debates about child maltreatment definitions --
Studying the causes of child maltreatment --
Unifying the field of child maltreatment --
Competing claims and interests of professionals --
The co-occurrence of multiple forms of victimization --
Comparative effects of different subtypes and combinations of child maltreatment --
Additional areas of integrative research --
Claims making versus science : balancing passion and empiricism within the field of child maltreatment --
Feeding public distrust of social science --
Feeding the backlash --
Blurring definitional boundaries --
Achieving balance --
Chapter summary --
Discussion questions --
Recommended resources. 11. What you can do to help --
Condemning cultural acceptance of violence --
The media and violence --
Questioning culturally accepted violence within the family --
Advocating for a public policy commitment to the prevention of child maltreatment --
Financially committing to family protection --
Addressing social problems that contribute to child maltreatment --
Committing to primary prevention --
Child maltreatment as a public health issue --
Find what works to prevent maltreatment and invest in it --
Joining, giving, volunteering, speaking out --
Becoming a court-appointed special advocate (CASA) volunteer --
Foster parenting --
Adopting --
Chapter summary --
Notes --
Appendix. Resources for individual and organizations addressing child maltreatment.
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