5 edition of Family Abuse and its Consequences found in the catalog.
October 1, 1988 by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English
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Family Abuse and its Consequences. contains some of the most advanced research on the prevalence, risk factors, and consequences of family violence and abuse. The volume is divided into three major areas: physical child abuse; violence toward women; sexual and elder by: Both conceptual and practical, this book examines the relationship between family abuse and deviant behavior using an approach that integrates theory, research findings, and programmatic efforts.
Family Abuse: Consequences, Theories, and Responses is unique in that it places family abuse within a theoretical context covering sociological, psychological, and biological Cited by: 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. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: 1 The Nature, Types, and Prevalence of Family Abuse 1 The Nature and Varieties of Physical Abuse 28 The Nature and Varieties of Sexual Abuse 52 The Nature and Varieties of Psychological Abuse 86 Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse, and Deviancy:.
The book's rather dry title undervalues its rich and varied contentEach chapter stands on its own or the book can be read as a whole.
Its strength is in the variety of material, methodologies, and issues presentedOf particular interest to the reader is the study which investigates the extent of abuse among American Indian families. The book has five sections. The aim of Section I is to "define the problem," to specify key concepts such as family and child abuse, types of abuse, and what is known about the effects of child abuse on deviancy and violent offending.
Chapter 1 examines changing concepts of family abuse, documents its prevalence and its deviant and violent offending connections. or buffer against substance use and its deleterious effects.
In families where alcohol and other drugs are disapproved, family members are less inclined to use them. A third example is the effects that the abuse of alcohol and other drugs often has on family members and their relationships with, and behavior towards, the Size: KB.
The family has a central role to play in the treatment of any health problem, including substance abuse. Family work has become a strong and continuing theme of many treatment approaches (Kaufmann and Kaufman a; McCrady and Epstein ), but family therapy is not used to its greatest capacity in substance abuse treatment.
A primary challenge remains the broadening of the substance abuse treatment focus from the individual to the family. Domestic violence, as defined for this Digest, includes violence perpetrated by intimate partners and other family members, and manifested through: Physical abuse such as slapping, beating, arm twisting, stabbing, strangling, burning, choking, kicking, threats with an object or weapon, and murder.
It also includes traditional. Consequences of child sexual abuse. There does not appear to be a specific pattern of consequences from sexual abuse experienced in Family Abuse and its Consequences book. In fact, the sequelae, or after-effects, of childhood sexual abuse vary from one child to the next.
1,3; Victims of child sexual abuse can face immediate psychological consequences as well as chronic effects that can.
Rebecca Bolen's authoritative book, Child Sexual Abuse: Its Scope and Our Failure, clearly defines the scope of child sexual abuse and addresses society's ability to respond to the problem. It is her thesis that society's response to child sexual abuse is Author: Laura Ax-Fultz. The consequences of maltreatment can be devastating.
For over 30 years, clinicians have described the effects of child abuse and neglect on the physical, psychological, cognitive, and behavioral development of children. Physical consequences range from minor injuries to severe brain damage and even death. One of the most comprehensive books on child abuse is Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect, by Cynthia Crosson-Tower.
This book is more academic than some of the previously-mentioned child abuse books. It covers the cause and effects of child abuse, as well as the risk factors that increase the likelihood that abuse will occur. Child to Parent Violence and Abuse: Family Interventions with Non-Violent Resistance.
Declan Coogan, $ Providing an authoritative overview of the growing phenomena of child to parent violence — a feature in the daily life of increasing numbers of families — this book outlines what we know about it, what is effective in addressing it, and outlines a proven model for intervention.
its likelihood. These include the age of the mother (the younger the mother, the more likely she will become a victim), poverty and unemployment, and alcohol and substance abuse.8 One study in Canada found that women who lived with heavy drinkers were five times more likely to be assaulted by their partners than those who lived with non-drinkers Abuse may also involve what I call strategic accusation in an attempt to maintain perceived leverage in the context of families and social circles—for instance, communicating to family.
Abuse is higher when the structure of family love is rejected or broken. Measuring the differential impact of these family structures in the national surveys (intended to guide the country and its leaders on public policy) is therefore essential, and will have grave implications for the life and death of many children in the United States.
Child maltreatment has many causes and many consequences, some of which function in both roles. Three speakers at the workshop examined particular aspects of these causal relationships and their feedback loops on each other.
One looked at the influence of neighborhoods on child maltreatment. The other two examined how neglect, early trauma, and stress influence the Author: Youth Board on Children, Families. Athletes and bodybuilders have taken anabolic steroids to increase muscle mass, and athletes have taken other drugs in an attempt to enhance their performance or endurance.
Effects of Substance Abuse. The effects of substance abuse can be felt on many levels: on the individual, on friends and family, and on society.
Educate yourself on what constitutes childhood abuse, and learn the effects of this abuse on those struggling in adulthood. Many books are available on the subject and can help you begin the.
Corruption is a constant in the society and occurs in all civilizations; however, it has only been in the past 20 years that this phenomenon has begun being seriously explored. It has many different shapes as well as many various effects, both on the economy and the society at large.
Among the most common causes of corruption are the political and economic environment, Cited by: 1. Books about ‘Child Abuse’ Good Practice in Working with Victims of Violence is a comprehensive study of real or threatened physical violence and its consequences.
The book balances this professional expertise with personal accounts of children and adults who have been subjected to violence, with a view to understanding the emotional and.
The problems of child maltreatment, domestic violence, and elder abuse have generated hundreds of separate interventions in social service, health, and law enforcement settings.
This array of interventions has been driven by the urgency of the different types of family violence, client needs, and the responses of service providers, advocates.
Child-abuse cases are often coordinated by a community's child protective services unit, which sends case workers to the home for evaluation and offers services to the child and family. Medical professionals may report cases, provide treatment for injured children, provide testimony in court, or help to educate parents.
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1: A Child Called "It" (Dave Pelzer, #1) by. Dave Pelzer (Goodreads Author) avg rating —ratings. score: 5, and. Parental drug abuse puts children at risk for physical, emotional, and psychological harm. Read about the effects of drug abuse in the home and how the Family Program at Nova Recovery Center can help initiate the healing process.
Books shelved as abusive-family: The Do-Over by M.K. Schiller, Dream Boy by Jim Grimsley, Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire, Dragon's Lair by Chantal F. But science couldn’t be more categorical in its disagreement, especially when it comes to children, their developing brains, and the lasting effects of verbal abuse.
What Science Knows "I. The effects of rape can include both the initial physical trauma as well as deep psychological trauma. Although rape victims commonly report injuries and issues with their reproductive health after the sexual assault, rape doesn't always involve physical most common and lasting effects of rape involve mental health concerns and diminished social confidence.
Effects of Domestic Violence Domestic violence survivors can face ongoing and challenging effects after enduring physical, mental, and emotional abuse. It can take time for a survivor to adjust to living in a safe environment, especially if a perpetrator was severely violent and/or committed the actions over an extended period of time.
When thinking about abuse, physical abuse may come to mind first. But abuse can come in many forms. Emotional abuse is just as serious as physical abuse and often. Sometimes they happen together Author: Ann Pietrangelo. 2 Alcohol and its social consequences A first challenge for the project was to produce a practical working definition of the “social consequences of alcohol”.
A negative definition would simply consider all consequences that were not directly medical in nature (e.g. liver cirrhosis as a consequence of alcohol is not a social. Alcoholism tells the story of a disease familiar to many yet not well understood.
It is the first "biography" of alcohol abuse that gauges its devastating effects on the body, the family, the economy, and the lism provides the latest understanding of the disease as a behavioral dysfunction and a biological condition. Coverage includes the origins of alcohol 3/5(1).
What are the effects of child abuse. All forms of abuse and neglect have a harmful effect on children and young people. Below is an outline of some of the most common effects: Emotional scars: Children who suffer abuse or neglect feel most of the pain on the inside.
Many children suffer low self-esteem and feelings of guilt, often blaming. Effects of Substance Abuse on Children. Many people who abuse alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs often separate themselves from the “harder” drug users and think their addiction is not a problem or is not hurting their family.
The truth is, it doesn’t matter if a substance is legal or illegal. What matters is how the substance. Emotional and psychological abuse in children is defined as behaviors, speech, and actions of parents, caregivers, or other significant figures in a child’s life that have a negative mental impact on the child.
According to the U.S. government, “ emotional abuse (or psychological abuse) Author: Elea Carey. The Science of Addiction Image: White Matter Fibers, Parietal Areas • including the many harmful consequences of drug abuse and the basic approaches that have been developed to prevent and treat including unstable family relationships, exposure to physical or sexual abuse, genetic susceptibility, or.
Surviving childhood abuse (physical, sexual, or emotional) does not end with childhood. Along with having to cope with personal struggles for years to come, surviving also means dealing with ongoing family dynamics related to the abuse.
Sometimes strong ties are forged between siblings who supported or tried to protect each other. However, all. Alcoholism affects the family as a whole and each member individually. Families living with alcohol abuse are in unsafe environments, filled with disruptions on normal routines, there is dishonesty and strain on relationships.
Alcoholism affects each family member’s outlook on life, changing their attitude and way of thinking, often more. Learn how child abuse and neglect affect children, adolescents, adult survivors, and society. This section examines the impact of abuse and neglect on child development, as well as long-term consequences for adults with a history of abuse.
Impact is explored by type of abuse, family factors, and the social and economic consequences. SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): ℹ. SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): SJR is a prestige metric based on the idea that not all citations are the same.
SJR uses a similar algorithm as the Google page rank; it provides a quantitative and a qualitative measure of the journal’s impact. View More on Journal Insights. Your Research Data.Effects of Alcoholism on Families The effects of alcoholism on families can cause more damage and pain than any other internal or external influence on the family unit.
The impact of the drinker’s abuse or addiction is usually manifested differently with each member of the family and has long-term implications.Denial and repression of sexual abuse is believed by some to be a long-term effect of childhood sexual abuse.
Symptoms may include experiencing amnesia concerning parts of their childhood, negating the effects and impact of sexual abuse, and feeling that they should forget about the abuse (Ratican, ).