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The Social context of child abuse and neglect

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Published by Human Sciences Press in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Child abuse -- United States,
    • Children with social disabilities -- United States,
    • Child abuse,
    • Children with social disabilities

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      Statementedited by Leroy H. Pelton.
      ContributionsPelton, Leroy H.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV741 .S6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination331 p. ;
      Number of Pages331
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4099540M
      ISBN 100877055041
      LC Control Number80013922

        However, the literature and evidence‐base linking the two, child neglect and historical trauma in Indigenous contexts, are very scant. This paper aims to fill this gap and emphasize the importance of addressing child neglect within Aboriginal families and communities in the context of historical trauma. This special issue will focus on Mentalizing, Attachment and Social Cognition (MASC) in the context of child abuse and neglect. The goals of this special issue are. to advance a developmental and inter-generational understanding of MASC in the context of child abuse and neglect, and; to clarify implications for early intervention and clinical.

      The paper focuses on child abuse and neglect protection. Approximately one in four children will experience a traumatic event such as domestic, school or community violence, child abuse and. CHILD MALTREATMENT. National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) The National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) is a federally sponsored data. collection system that originates with state CPS agencies. As part of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA; established in , amended in ), the Department of Health.

      The social and economic costs of child abuse and neglect are difficult to calculate. Some costs are straightforward and directly related to maltreatment, such as hospital costs for medical treatment of injuries sustained as a result of physical abuse and foster care costs resulting from the removal of children when they cannot remain safely with their families. In the two decades since the National Research Council (NRC) issued its report Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect, a new science of child abuse and neglect has been launched, yielding findings that delineate a serious public health problem. Fully 6 million children are involved in reports to child protective services, and many more cases go undetected.


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Get print book. No eBook available. ; Barnes& The Social context of child abuse and neglect Leroy H. Pelton Snippet view. This special issue will focus on Mentalizing, Attachment and Social Cognition (MASC) in the context of child abuse and neglect.

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[Leroy H Pelton;] -- Combines psychological, social, economic, environmental, and familial perspectives to examine the causes and characteristics of child abuse and to offer some strategies for protective intervention.

Buy The Social Context of Child Abuse and Neglect by Pelton, Leroy H. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Leroy H. Pelton. The second level involves idiosyncratic departure from culturally acceptable standards.

And the third level involves societal abuse and neglect of children. Finally, the paper discusses the implication of the cross-cultural evidence that Western cultures may be at risk for the occurrence of idiosyncratic child abuse and neglect.

In Britain there are various estimates of the incidence of child abuse. The First Report from the Select Committee on Violence in the Family, Violence to Children, quotes the evidence received from the Royal College of Psychiatrists and work from Dr Oliver in Wiltshire (see J.

Oliver, J. Cox, A. Taylor and J. Baldwin, Severely ill-treated Young Children in North-East Wiltshire, Unit of. Social norms impact the way we think, talk, and act regarding child abuse and neglect, and this context is foundational for framing scientific research and the use of science-based evidence to inform policy choices and programs to impact norms change.

Medical, psychological, social, and legal interventions in child maltreatment cases seek to reduce the negative physical, behavioral, and emotional consequences of child abuse and neglect, foster attitudes and behaviors that improve the quality of parent-child interactions, and limit or.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Social context of child abuse and neglect. New York, N.Y.: Human Sciences Press, © (OCoLC) G.

Deegener, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Statistics from the USA. The National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse () indicates that over three million (suspected) victims were recorded in in the of these children died as a result of abuse and neglect.

Effective treatment of child abuse and neglect. Social Work 24(6)(November) Cohn, A.H., and D. Daro Is treatment too late: What ten years of evaluative research tell us. Child Abuse and Neglect Cole, C. Group design for adult female survivors of childhood incest. Women Therapy 4(3) Conte, J.R., and L.

familiarity with the verbal, behavioural and physical indicators of abuse. Many children will disclose abuse to caregivers or others spontaneously, though there may also be indirect physical or behavioural signs.

Neglect There exist many manifestations of child neglect, including non. Religious child maltreatment is child abuse or neglect that is largely caused by religious belief and religious – these could be religious beliefs that are held by the victim, the perpetrator or the surrounding community.

Before I started working on this book, the term "religious child maltreatment" literally didn't exist. reduced form at the back of the book. Physical Abuse and Neglect of Children 78 Characteristics of Physical Abuse and Neglect 78 Incidence and prevalence 78 Gender and age 78 Perpetrators 79 Risk factors 79 Sexual Abuse The Role of Social Support Part I provides a historical overview of child abuse and neglect as well as background material on the cultural, psychiatric, social, economic, and legal contexts of child maltreatment.

Part II discusses the processes of assessing cases of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and neglect from the unique perspectives of all the professionals.

It adds that “child abuse, or maltreatment, constitutes all forms of physical and/or emotional ill-treatment, sexual abuse, neglect or negligent treatment or commercial or other exploitation, resulting in actual or potential harm to the child’s health, survival, development or dignity in the context of a relationship of responsibility.

A CDC INITIATIVE. To support a research initiative that prioritized the disruption of the intergenerational continuity of childhood adversity, such as child maltreatment, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified research teams with data sets on families that included assessment of multiple generations (e.g., grandparent, parent, and child); measures of lifetime.

Since a child's early experiences and environment can significantly affect the development of specific areas of the brain, the impact of neglect and the impact of abuse on a child's brain can seriously affect his or her ability to regulate emotions and become emotionally connected with others in the future.

Neglect centres on social understanding and evolving knowledge of child development and wellbeing. As scientific knowledge related to healthy outcomes for children evolves, community values and expectations change - and therefore minimal standards of care for children .Context for local authority and judicial decision making 12 The evidence review 13 2.

Defining and identifying abuse and neglect 15 Key points 15 Safeguarding children 15 Risk factors associated with child maltreatment 16 Protective Factors 19 Prevalence of abuse and neglect 20 Neglect This Book Note is brought to you for free and open access by the Social Work at ScholarWorks at WMU.

For more information, please contact @ Recommended Citation Webster, Daniel () "Child Abuse and Neglect: Attachment, Development and Howe.,"The Journal of Sociology &.