By Dante Cicchetti (editor), Vicki Carlson (editor)
This crucial new quantity presents a accomplished account of the explanations and outcomes of kid maltreatment from a developmental viewpoint. Over 40 individuals, together with probably the most very popular developmental researchers within the box, current the latest findings at the impression of abuse and forget on baby improvement. Such definitional concerns as what constitutes actual, sexual, and emotional abuse and the way those conceptualizations have replaced through the years, are addressed. particular chapters study the influence of maltreatment on cognitive, linguistic, social, and emotional improvement in teenagers. matters akin to early attachment to oldsters, sexual relationships, and highbrow and language improvement are tested in kids who've skilled a number of different types of abuse. particular realization is directed to the psychology of abusive mom and dad and to why a mother or father engages in abusive habit. the amount will entice either researchers and clinicians in a variety of disciplines together with developmental and medical psychology, psychiatry, social paintings, pediatrics, sociology, and legislations.
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Additional resources for Child Maltreatment: Theory and Research on the Causes and Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect
In the past, the primary profession involved has been social work, as we noted in our earlier discussion of the historical development of the management of child maltreatment. But today, the professional boundaries are blurred, and certain members of clinical psychology, psychiatry, and other counseling professions consider themselves expert in the treatment of some aspect of child maltreatment. In many jurisdictions they also are likely to be mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect. Indeed, the most highly promulgated response to child maltreatment, even to its identification, is an interdisciplinary one.
Through social policies, child maltreatment has been established as a social problem, and a diverse set of social institutions have emerged to manage it. Only recently have policymakers and practitioners looked to the social and behavioral scientists and to child development specialists for enlightenment and understanding of the problems they have identified. With rare exceptions, such as failure to thrive, phenomena have first been identified as harmful to children by scientists and then defined into policy as maltreatment.
In sum, over the last one hundred and fifty years child abuse - "cruelty," "neglect," "unfit parents," the "battered child" - has emerged, persisted, and been defined and redefined as an American social problem. Beginning with social and religious reformers of the nineteenth century, various professions and social institutions have emerged as concerned participants in the definition of the problem and in its management. Each has brought its own perspective to the task, conditioned by the particular functions of that profession or institution.