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Family abuse and its consequences : new directions in research

Author: Gerald T Hotaling
Publisher: Newbury Park : Sage Publications, ©1988.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Family Abuse and Its Consequence contains some of the most advanced research on the prevalence, risk factors, and consequences of family violence and abuse. The volume, divided into the three major areas (of physical child abuse, violence toward women, and sexual and elder abuse), is united by a num.
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Genre/Form: Congress
Conference papers and proceedings
Actes de congrès
Congresses
Congrès
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Family abuse and its consequences.
Newbury Park : Sage Publications, ©1988
(OCoLC)654812988
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald T Hotaling
ISBN: 0803927207 9780803927209 0803927215 9780803927216
OCLC Number: 17440781
Description: 318 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Machine derived contents note: Part One: Introduction: The Prevalence Of Family Violence --
How Violent Are American Families? Estimates from the National Family Violence Resurvey and Other Studies --
Murray A Straus and Richard J Gelles --
Part Two: Physical Violence Against Children --
Social Incompetence and the Intergenerational Transmission of Abusive Parental Practices --
Robert L Burgess and Lise M Youngblade --
`Normal Violence' in the Adult-Child Relationship --
Frank G Bolton Jr --
A Diathesis-Stress Approach to Child Maltreatment within the Family --
Understanding Violent Mothers and Fathers --
Phyliss D Coontz and Judith A Martin --
Assessing Explanations Offered by Mothers and Fathers for Their Use of Corporal Punishment --
Parental Aggressiveness and Physical Punishment in Long-Term Perspective --
Joan McCord --
Abused and Neglected Children with Their Peers --
Carollee Howes --
The Link Between Child Abuse and Juvenile Delinquency --
Ellen Gray --
What We Know and Recommendations for Policy and Research --
Part Three: Wife Abuse --
An Existential Approach to Battering --
Kathleen J Ferraro --
The Battered Woman Syndrome --
Lenore E Walker --
The Clinical Literature on Men Who Batter --
James Ptacek --
A Review and Critique --
Concern for Power, Fear of Intimacy and Aversive Stimuli for Wife Abuse --
Donald G Dutton and James J Browning --
Conflict Tactics Used by Men in Marital Disputes --
Linda P Rouse --
Correlates of Early Violence Experience Among Men Who are Abusive Toward Female Mates --
Mildred E Johnston --
Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Factors Associated with Marital Violence --
Gayla Margolin --
Assessing Agreement of Reports of Spouse Abuse --
K Daniel O'Leary and Ileana Arias --
A Multivariate Investigation of Children's Adjustment of Family Violence --
David A Wolfe et al --
Part Four: Elder Abuse, Sexual Abuse And Dating Abuse --
Elder Abuse --
David Finkelhor and Karl Pillemer --
Its Relationship to Other Forms of Domestic Violence --
Multiple Sexual Victimization --
Nancy M Shields and Christine R Hanneke --
The Case of Incest and Marital Rape --
Assessing the Long-Term Impact of Child Sexual Abuse --
David Finkelhor and Angela Browne --
A Review and Conceptualization --
Date Abuse and Forced Intercourse Among College Students --
John E Murphy --
The Severity of Courtship Violence and the Effectiveness of Individual Precautions --
James M Makepeace.
Responsibility: Gerald T. Hotaling [and others], editors.
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Family Abuse and Its Consequence contains some of the most advanced research on the prevalence, risk factors, and consequences of family violence and abuse. The volume, divided into the three major areas (of physical child abuse, violence toward women, and sexual and elder abuse), is united by a num.

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