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Domestic Crimes, Family Violence and Child Abuse

Domestic Crimes, Family Violence and Child Abuse

(2000)
A Study of Contemporary American Society
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Evidence suggests that some forms of domestic crimes are growing at an alarming rate. An epidemic of violence and maltreatment within the home and between intimates exists, often as part of an interrelated cycle: abuse victim becomes violent abuser. This book will be of interest to educators, students and professionals in the fields of child health and welfare, criminal justice, women's studies, gerontology, sociology and related areas. Part I is an introduction on domestic criminality that includes an historical review, demographic studies, and a discussion of medical treatments for victims. Issues such as domestic fatalities, battered women and men, conjugal rape, and abuse of elders are covered in Part II. An examination of child maltreatment by neglect and sexual abuse is discussed in Part III and symptoms of domestic criminality are covered in Part IV. Part V addresses theories, causes, and explanations of domestic violence, attempting to bridge gaps between existing studies. The characteristics of incarcerated domestic criminals are reviewed in Part VI; a discussion of efforts to help victims and decrease the level of domestic violence is provided in Part VII. Notes, suggested additional readings, and a bibliography are included.

 
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July 2000 : USA Paperback
Title: Domestic Crimes, Family Violence and Child Abuse: A Study of Contemporary American Society
Author(s): R Barri Flowers
ISBN: 0-7864-0823-5 / 978-0-7864-0823-8 (USA edition)
Publisher: McFarland & Company
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