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Child Maltreatment: Expanded Concepts of Helping
     

Child Maltreatment: Expanded Concepts of Helping

by Michael Rothery, Gary Cameron
 

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ISBN-10: 0805804552

ISBN-13: 9780805804553

Pub. Date: 05/28/1990

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Recognizing child maltreatment as a complex phenomenon requiring multifaceted responses, this volume provides a current and comprehensive assessment of the problem, and argues for an expanded conception of helping on the part of those who work with maltreated children, their families, and their communities. Contributions follow a general outline that addresses

Overview

Recognizing child maltreatment as a complex phenomenon requiring multifaceted responses, this volume provides a current and comprehensive assessment of the problem, and argues for an expanded conception of helping on the part of those who work with maltreated children, their families, and their communities. Contributions follow a general outline that addresses current theory and models of practice, and empirical knowledge regarding the problem, intervention, and outcomes.

Presenting and up-to- date and encompassing view of how to combat child abuse and neglect, this book discusses the concerns of service providers as well as academics. All the prevalent ways of responding to child maltreatment are addressed, and each is discussed in terms of theory, implementation and evidence for its effectiveness.

For use as an undergraduate or graduate level text for courses in child welfare, sociology, family studies, and community psychology. This text would also be insightful for professionals, academics, and policymakers concerned with child welfare.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780805804553
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
05/28/1990
Pages:
344
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)
Lexile:
1430L (what's this?)

Table of Contents

Contents: M. Rothery, Child Maltreatment and the Front Line Worker. Part A: Child Maltreatment. M. Rothery, Family Therapy With Multiproblem Families. B. Blythe, V. Hodges, N. Guterman, Interventions for Maltreated Adolescents. D. Fuchs, Programs for Preventing Placement of Adolescents. L. Epstein, Helping the Young, Single Mother. S. Wilson, J. St. Pierre, Interventions in Child Abuse and Neglect: Parent-Child Models. K. Brophy, The Role of Preschool Programs in Meeting the Needs of Abused or Neglected Children. B. Bidgood, A. van de Sande, Home-Based Programming for a Child Welfare Clientele. R. Thomlison, Uses of Skill Development and Behavior Modification Techniques in Working With Abusing/Neglecting Parents. G. Cameron, Child Maltreatment: Challenges in Expanding Our Concept of Helping. J. Garbarino, Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect. Part B: Child Sexual Abuse. C. Bagley, L. Young, Depression, Self-Esteem, and Suicidal Behavior as Sequels of Sexual Abuse in Childhood: Research and Therapy. P. Smith, Current Treatment Responses to the Sexually Abusive Adult. H. Collins, D. Collins, Family Therapy in the Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse. D. Kays, Coordination of Child Sexual Abuse Programs. L. Tutty, Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: A Review of Current Research and Theory. G. Cameron, The Potential of Informal Social Support Strategies in Child Welfare.

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