Children exposed to domestic violence : current issues in research, intervention, prevention, and policy development
By: Geffner, Robert A.
Contributor(s): Sudermann, Marlies | Jaffe, Peter G | (Eds.).BBDD: Libros Publisher: Nueva York The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press 2000Edition: 1ª ed.Description: 373 p.ISBN: 0789008203.Clasificación(es): 1850 Pareja, matrimonio y familia | 2330 Trastornos de conducta y conducta antisocialInteresa: Psicología Clínica y de la SaludDescriptor(es): Programas de intervención | Prevención | Tratamiento | Síndrome post-traumático | Efectos psicológicos | Relaciones padres-hijo | Agresividad | Conflicto familiar | Familia | ViolenciaTipo de documento: Libro compilado | Técnico
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Children exposed to domestic violence : current issues in research, intervention, prevention, and policy development ha sido publicado simultáneamente en Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, Volumen 3, Número 1 (5) 2000.
I. Introduction. 1. Emerging issues for children exposed to domestic violence. Peter G. Jaffe, Marlies Sudermann, Robert Geffner. II. Theoretical and research issues. 1. Making the invisible victims of violence against women visible through university community partnerships. John W. Fantuzzo, Wanda K. Mohr, Megan J. Noone. 2. Trauma and parenting in battered women: an addition to an ecological model of parenting. Alytia A. Levendosky, Sandra A. Graham-Bermann. 3. Consider the children: research informing interventions for children exposed to domestic violence. Debra J. Pepler, Rose Catallo, Timothy E. Moore. 4. Witnessing parental violence as a traumatic experience shaping the abusive personality. Donald G. Dutton. 5. The neglected variable of physiology in domestic violence. Wanda K. Mohr, John W, Fantuzzo. 6. Postraumatic response and children exposed to parental violence. B B. Robbie Rossman, Joyce Ho. 7. The relevance of narrative research with children who witness war and children who witness woman abuse. Helene Berman. III. Intervention and prevention. 1. Evaluation of the London [Ontario] community group treatment programme for children who have witnessed woman abuse. Marlies Sudermann, Larry Marshall, Susan Loosely. 2. Helping children who reside at shelters for battered women: lessons learned. Nanette Stephens, Renee McDonald, Ernest N. Jouriles. 3. Assessment and intervention for PTSD in children exposed to violence. Patricia K. Kerig, Anne E. Fedorowicz, Corina A. Brown, Michelle Warren. 4. Mothers and children together: A family group treatment approach. Stephanie Rabenstein, Peter Lehmann. 5. Child protection workers and battered women´s advocates working together to end violence against women and children. Carole Echlin, Bina Osthoff. 6. The role of attitudes and awareness in anti-violence education. N. Zoe Hilton. IV. Policy development and international issues. 1. Controversies in family preservation programs. Richard J. Gelles. 2. Aligning with the batteres woman to protect both mother and child: direct practice and policy implications. Colleen friend. 3. Innovative approaches to child custody and domestic violence in New Zealand: the effects of law reform on the discourses of battering. Ruth Busch, Neville Robertson. 4. A differentiated legal approach to the effects of spousal abuse on children: a Canadian context. Nicholas Bala. 5. Custody and visitation trends in the United States in domestic violence cases. Nancy K. D. Lemon. 6. Collaborating on family safety: Challenges for children´s and women´s advocates. Sandra K. Beeman, Jeffrey L. Edleson.
GEFFNER, Robert A., JAFFE, Peter G. y SUDERMANN, Marlies (Eds.). Children exposed to domestic violence: current issues in research, intervention, prevention and policy development. New York: The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press