|Statement||edited by Z. Bankowski and M. Carballo ; organized jointly by the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences and the World Health Organization.|
|Contributions||Bánkowski, Zbigniew., Carballo, Manuel, 1941 Apr. 10-, Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences., World Health Organization.|
|LC Classifications||HV6626.5 .C56 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||87123610|
Battered child syndrome: A disease in which children are physically abused. The battered child syndrome is a form of child abuse.. Not until the 19th century were children granted the same legal status as domesticated animals in regard to protection against cruelty and/or neglect. The devastating impact of family violence on children, the links between violence and spouse abuse on child development and clinical dysfunction, children's views of violence, and strategies for intervention and prevention are considered in this volume. The authors discuss cases, conceptual models of abuse and dysfunction, and empirical research to portray the scope of the problem and explore. Battered child syndrome describes nonaccidental trauma to children, representing a major cause of morbidity and mortality during childhood The abuse usually is inflicted by boyfriends, step-parents, baby sitters, and others responsible for the child's care. Abuse is more common among stepchildren, handicapped, and first-born children. Recommended to all those working with families where spouse abuse is an issue." --Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry Newsletter "Children of Battered Women successfully presents the latest in theory, research, and practice on the topic It is of practical use to both academics and practitioners in the area of family violence.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: A charter for children --Family ties --The lethal family --Neglect --Witness for the prosecution --Listening to the children --The psychological time bomb --The survivors and the cycle --The Dutch solution --"It shouldn't hurt to be a child.". "The Battered-Child Syndrome is a term used by us," wrote the authors, "to characterize a clinical condition in young children who have received serious physical abuse, generally from a Author: Larry Wolff. Previous editions of The Battered Child have earned the labels of "a classic" and a "Bible." With its up-to-date information, unequaled scope, and contributions from experts on every aspect of child abuse, the fifth edition of this cornerstone text is even more essential to the field than its predecessors/5(5). --Journal of Marriage and the Family "The historical role of welfare in helping women free themselves from domestic abuse and children from child abuse has long been obscured. Despite its many flaws, welfare offers women a lifeline with which to climb out of an abusive relationship, and the repeal of welfare threatens to chain abused women and.
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