Teen Health Series: Abuse and Violence Information for Teens

Editor: Williams, Angela L.
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1743-2
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 14
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Abuse and Violence Information for Teens, Third Edition discusses contributing factors and warning signs for the most commonly experienced types of abuse and violence.

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Table of Contents

    • Preface
    • Part One: Types of Abuse
    • Chapter 1—Primary Forms of Abuse
    • Chapter 2—Domestic Violence or Abuse
    • Chapter 3—Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect
    • Chapter 4—Adverse Childhood Experiences/Impact of Childhood Trauma on Well-Being
    • Chapter 5—Educational Neglect and Truancy
    • Chapter 6—Sibling Abuse
    • Chapter 7—Elder Abuse
    • Chapter 8—Victimization of Persons with Disabilities
    • Chapter 9—Abuse in Youth Sports
    • Chapter 10—Stalking
    • Chapter 11—Sexual Harassment
    • Chapter 12—Sexual Coercion
    • Chapter 13—Incest
    • Chapter 14—Sexual Violence against Women
    • Chapter 15—Sexual Assault of Men
    • Chapter 16—Child Pornography
    • Chapter 17—Commercial Child Sexual Exploitation
    • Chapter 18—Online Sextortion
    • Part Two: Violence and the Teen Experience
    • Chapter 19—Teen Exposure to Violence, Crime, and Abuse
    • Chapter 20—Youth Violence: How Big Is the Problem?
    • Chapter 21—Physical Fighting among Teens
    • Chapter 22—Electronic Aggression (Cyberbullying)
    • Chapter 23—Substance Abuse and Violence: What Is the Connection?
    • Chapter 24—Teen Dating Violence
    • Chapter 25—Bullying
    • Chapter 26—Hazing
    • Chapter 27—Youth Gangs
    • Chapter 28—Hate Crimes
    • Chapter 29—School Violence and Effects of School-Violence Exposure
    • Chapter 30—Teen Firearm Violence
    • Chapter 31—Terrorism
    • Chapter 32—Hurting Yourself
    • Chapter 33—Teen Suicide
    • Chapter 34—Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth and Violence
    • Part Three: Recognizing and Treating the Consequences of Abuse and Violence
    • Chapter 35—What to Do after a Sexual Assault
    • Chapter 36—Neglect of Children’s Healthcare
    • Chapter 37—Long-Term Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect
    • Chapter 38—Seeking Mental-Health Services
    • Chapter 39—Impact of Abuse and Trauma on Mental Health
    • Chapter 40—Depression and College Students
    • Chapter 41—Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
    • Chapter 42—Dissociative Disorders
    • Chapter 43—Trauma-Focused Interventions for Youth
    • Chapter 44—Psychotherapies and Therapeutic Approaches for Victims of Sexual Assault and Abuse
    • Part Four: Prevention, Staying Safe, and Your Legal Rights as a Victim
    • Chapter 45—Is Your Relationship a Healthy One?
    • Chapter 46—Talking to Your Kids about Sexual Assault
    • Chapter 47—Prevention and Treatment of Domestic Violence and Abuse
    • Chapter 48—How to Help a Friend Who Is Abused at Home
    • Chapter 49—Promoting Protective Factors for Children Exposed to Domestic Violence
    • Chapter 50—Preventing School Violence
    • Chapter 51—Preventing Teen Dating Violence
    • Chapter 52—Suicide Prevention
    • Chapter 53—Conflict Resolution
    • Chapter 54—Staying Safe While Having Fun
    • Chapter 55—Talking with Teens about Online Safety
    • Chapter 56—How the Child Welfare System Works
    • Chapter 57—Understanding Child Welfare and the Courts
    • Chapter 58—Your Legal Rights as a Victim of Sexual Assault or Domestic Abuse
    • Chapter 59—Bullying and the Law
    • Part Five: If You Need More Information
    • Chapter 60—Abuse and Violence: A Statistical Summary
    • Chapter 61—Directory of Abuse and Violence Resources
    • Chapter 62—Victims of Abuse and Violence: Where to Go for Help
    • Chapter 63—How and Where to Report Child Abuse