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This book examines children's experiences and perspectives on living with domestic violence. It offers a detailed explanation of the impact on children living with domestic violence, how children make sense of and cope with their experiences, the response they receive from various agencies and the fit between what children feel they need and what in reality they receive. Drawing on the newest research both in the United Kingdom and internationally, the authors bring together current policy and practice in relation to children living with abuse and offer a critique from the perspective of children's voices.
|Edition description:||2002 First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.57(d)|
Table of Contents
Children in Their Own Issue
A Shift of Approach
Researching with Children on a Sensitive Topic
What Children Know and Understand about Domestic Violence
Children's Experiences of Living with Domestic Violence
Children's Coping Strategies
Barriers of Racism, Ethnicity and Culture
The Influence of Domestic Violence on Relationships between Children and Their Mothers
Life with a Violent Father
Listening to the Children
The Way Ahead