Child Maltreatment: Emerging Perspectives (The Reynolds Series in Sociology)
By: Dean D. Knudsen (author)Hardback
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With summaries, review questions and suggested projects with each chapter and a broad and balanced view of the field, Child Maltreatment makes a splendid text for courses in child abuse.
Dean D. Knudsen is professor of sociology at Purdue University.
Chapter 1 Children and Childhood Chapter 2 Child Abuse: From Individual Deviance to Social Problem Chapter 3 Definitions, Reporting, and Substantiation: Conceptual Issues in Identifying Maltreated Children Chapter 4 Incidence and Prevalence: Methodological Issues in Identifying Maltreated Children Chapter 5 Physical Abuse: Descriptive and Causal Factors Chapter 6 Physical Abuse: Consequences, Treatment, and Prevention Chapter 7 Emotional Maltreatment Chapter 8 Sexual Abuse: Definitions and Causal Factors Chapter 9 Sexual Abuse: Consequences, Treatment, and Prevention Chapter 10 Neglect: Definitions, Diagnostic Approaches and Descriptions Chapter 11 Neglect: Causes, Consequences, Treatment, and Prevention Chapter 12 Child Maltreatment in Out-of-Home Settings Chapter 13 Unresolved Issues in Protecting Children
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