Hidden in plain sight : A statistical analysis of violence against children
Contributor(s): UNICEF.BBDD: Libros Publisher: New York UNICEF 2014Edition: 1ª ed.Description: 200 p.ISBN: 9789280647679.Clasificación(es): 2331 Conducta criminal y delincuencia juvenil | 1852 Crianza y cuidado de los niñosInteresa: Psicología Clínica y de la Salud | Intervención SocialDescriptor(es): Estadísticas | Familia | Abuso sexual | Abuso de niños | Violencia | Adolescentes | Niños | Factores psicológicos | Factores sociales | Niños maltratadosTipo de documento: TécnicoOnline resources: Acceso electrónico
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1. Overview. Measuring violence against children. The scope and structure of this report. A word of caution. 2. Using data to make violence visible. Data sources. Methodological challenges. Ethical considerations. A moral imperative and strategic investment. 3. Physical violence. A leading cause of injury and death among children. Wide-ranging consequences. Data sources. Preventable deaths. Homicides. Impact of interpersonal violence on mortality and morbidity. Non-fatal physical violence among adolescent girls. Non-fatal physical violence among adolescent boys. 4. Sexual violence. Not limited to girls. The particular vulnerability of children. The far-reaching consequences of sexual violence. What remains hidden in most data collection efforts. Data sources. Sexual violence against girls. Sexual violence against boys. Age at first experience of sexual violence among girls. Age at first experience of sexual violence among boys. Forced first sex among girls and women. Forced first sex among boys and men. Perpetrators of sexual violence against girls. Perpetrators of sexual violence against boys. Typical settings where sexual violence occurs. The sexual exploitation of children. 5. The most common form of violence against children. Use of disciplinary methods. Violent disciplinary practices and children’s characteristics. Violent discipline and the economic and social status of households. 6. When children hurt one another. Physical attacks. Fighting. Bullying. 7. Violent unions among adolescents. Lifelong – sometimes intergenerational – consequences. Prevalence of partner violence against ever-married adolescent girls. Partner violence initiated by adolescent girls. Prevalence of partner violence against ever-married adolescent boys. Dating violence. 8. Exploring attitudes and social norms. Attitudes towards wife-beating. Attitudes towards corporal punishment of children. Comparison of attitudes towards different forms of violence. Attitudes towards child sexual abuse. 9. Key findings and conclusions. Key findings. In or hands. References.