Health Reference Series: Child Abuse Sourcebook

Editor: Juntunen, Valarie R.
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $85.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $127.50
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1524-7
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 4
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Provides basic consumer health information about abuse and neglect of children and adolescents, along with facts about prevention and intervention strategies and treatment for survivors of abuse.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: Child Maltreatment
  • Chapter 1— Defining Child Maltreatment
  • Chapter 2— Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities
  • Chapter 3— Child Abuse Statistics
  • Chapter 4— When Children Are Exposed to Violence
  • Chapter 5— Child Exploitation
  • Section 5.1— Child Labor - A Form of Child Exploitation
  • Section 5.2— Vulnerable Children and Child Labor
  • Section 5.3— Ending Child Labor
  • Chapter 6— Sexual Exploitation of Children
  • Chapter 7— Sibling Abuse
  • Chapter 8— Bullying
  • Chapter 9— Long-Term Effects and Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Section 9.1— Effects of Child Maltreatment on Brain Development
  • Section 9.2— Child Abuse Leaves Epigenetic Marks
  • Section 9.3— Child Abuse - A National Burden
  • Part II: Physical and Sexual Abuse of Children
  • Chapter 10— Physical Abuse of Children
  • Section 10.1— Recognizing Physical Abuse in Children
  • Section 10.2— Helping First Responders Identify Child Abuse
  • Chapter 11— Abusive Head Trauma
  • Chapter 12— Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome
  • Chapter 13— Sexual Abuse of Children
  • Chapter 14— Incest
  • Chapter 15— Teen Dating Abuse
  • Section 15.1— Dating Violence
  • Section 15.2— Dating Violence and the Role of Peers
  • Chapter 16— Statutory Rape
  • Chapter 17— When Your Child Is Sexually Abused
  • Chapter 18— Extraterritorial Sexual Exploitation of Children
  • Part III: Child Neglect and Emotional Abuse
  • Chapter 19— Child Neglect
  • Section 19.1— Definition and Scope of Neglect
  • Section 19.2— Types and Consequences of Neglect
  • Section 19.3— Risk Factors and Special Considerations
  • Section 19.4— Recognizing Child Neglect
  • Chapter 20— Neglect of Children's Health Care
  • Chapter 21— Educational Neglect and Truancy
  • Chapter 22— Emotional Abuse of Children
  • Section 22.1— Understanding Emotional Abuse of Children
  • Section 22.2— Need for Reporting Suspected Emotional Abuse
  • Chapter 23— Coping with an Alcoholic Parent
  • Chapter 24— Abusive Relationships
  • Chapter 25— Sexual Harassment and Sexual Bullying
  • Chapter 26— Technology and Abuse
  • Section 26.1— Understanding Youth Violence
  • Section 26.2— Electronic Devices and Aggression
  • Section 26.3—Cyberbullying
  • Section 26.4— Protecting Your Online Identity and Reputation
  • Section 26.5-Child Pornography
  • Chapter 27— International Parental Kidnapping
  • Chapter 28— Childhood Maltreatment among Children with Disabilities
  • Part IV: Adult Survivors of Child Abuse
  • Chapter 29— Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adult Survivors
  • Section 29.1— Prevalence of Individual Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Section 29.2— Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study
  • Chapter 30— Early Life Stress and Adult CFS
  • Chapter 31— Factors Affecting the Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Chapter 32— Reactions to Trauma in Adult Survivors of Child Abuse
  • Section 32.1— Prevalence of Trauma-Related Difficulties among Persons Exposed to Violence
  • Section 32.2— Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Section 32.3— FAQs about PTSD Assessment
  • Part V: Child Abuse Preventions, Interventions, and Treatments
  • Chapter 33— Child Abuse Prevention Strategies
  • Section 33.1— The Need for Prevention and Intervention
  • Section 33.2— Identifying Behaviors in Adults That May Put Children at Risk
  • Section 33.3— Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
  • Chapter 34— Child Maltreatment Prevention Initiatives
  • Section 34.1— Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA)
  • Section 34.2— Child Welfare System
  • Chapter 35— Infant Safe Haven Laws
  • Chapter 36— Sex Offender Registries and Community Notice Programs
  • Section 36.1— The Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW)
  • Section 36.2— Sex Offender Registries and Community Notice Programs
  • Chapter 37— Reporting Child Abuse
  • Chapter 38— Professionals Who Are Required to Report Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Chapter 39— Parent Education on Strengthening Family and Reducing Risk of Maltreatment
  • Chapter 40— Legal Interventions in Suspected Child Abuse Cases
  • Chapter 41— Therapy Options for Children Impacted by Abuse
  • Section 41.1— Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Physical Abuse
  • Section 41.2— Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with At- Risk Families
  • Part VI: Parenting Issues and Child Abuse Risks
  • Chapter 42— Family Matters and Child Abuse Risk
  • Section 42.1— Risk Factors for Potential Abuse by Parents
  • Section 42.2— Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
  • Section 42.3— Postpartum Depression
  • Section 42.4— Military Deployment and Child Abuse Risk
  • Chapter 43— Parental Substance Abuse and Child Abuse Risks
  • Section 43.1— Connection between Substance Abuse and Child Abuse
  • Section 43.2— Substance Abuse during Pregnancy
  • Chapter 44— Disciplining Your Child
  • Section 44.1— Setting Structure and Rules
  • Section 44.2— Importance of Giving Directions
  • Section 44.3— Using Discipline and Consequences on Your Child
  • Chapter 45— Improving Parenting Skills
  • Section 45.1— Parenting Tips
  • Section 45.2— Coping with Infant Crying
  • Section 45.3— Taming Tempers
  • Chapter 46— Foster Care and Adoption
  • Section 46.1— Information for Foster Parents Considering Adoption
  • Section 46.2— Sibling Issues in Foster Care and Adoption
  • Chapter 47— Parenting a Child Who Has Been Sexually Abused
  • Part VII: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 48— Glossary of Terms Related to Child Abuse
  • Chapter 49— Where to Report Child Abuse
  • Chapter 50— Directory of Organizations Dedicated to Promoting Healthy Families