Handbook of Child Maltreatment - 
      Richard D. Krugman
      Jill E. Korbin

Handbook of Child Maltreatment

Richard D. Krugman (Redaktør) ; Jill E. Korbin (Redaktør)

The second edition of this successful handbook, edited by well-known experts in this field, includes core questions in the field of child abuse and neglect. It addresses major challenges in child maltreatment work, starting with "What is child abuse and neglect?" and then examines why maltreatment occurs and what are its consequences. Les mer
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The second edition of this successful handbook, edited by well-known experts in this field, includes core questions in the field of child abuse and neglect. It addresses major challenges in child maltreatment work, starting with "What is child abuse and neglect?" and then examines why maltreatment occurs and what are its consequences. The handbook also addresses prevention, intervention, investigation, treatment as well as civil and criminal legal perspectives. It comprehensively studies the issue from the perspective of a broader, international and cross-cultural human experience. Apart from a thorough revision of existing chapters, this edition includes many new chapters covering recent developments in this area and other issues not covered in the first edition. There is more focus on substance abuse, psychological abuse, and on social and community involvement and public health provisions in the prevention of child maltreatment. The handbook examines what is known now and more importantly what remains to be researched in the coming decades to help abused and neglected children, their families and their communities, thereby taking the field forward.
Forlag: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 772
ISBN: 9783030824785
Utgave: 2. utg.
Format: 25 x 18 cm

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Part I Child Maltreatment: What Is It?

Chapter 1: Trends in Child Abuse Reporting
Chapter 2: Recent Research on Child Neglect
Chapter 3: Current Issues in Physical Abuse
Chapter 4: Psychological Maltreatment: A Threat to Children Not to Be Ignored
Chapter 5: Child Sexual Abuse: Progress Report on Current State of the Art and the Challenges for the Future
Chapter 6: Child Trafficking and Exploitation
Chapter 7: Fatal Child Abuse
Chapter 8: Dealing with Child Maltreatment through Child Participation

Part II Child Maltreatment: What Are the Risks, Causes, and Consequences?

Chapter 9: Neurobiological Consequences of Neglect and Abuse
Chapter 10: The Causes and Consequences of Racial Disproportionality and Disparities
Chapter 11: Poverty and Child Maltreatment
Chapter 12: Substance Use and Child Maltreatment: Providing a Framework for Understanding the Relationship using Current Evidence
Chapter 13: Social Networks and Child Maltreatment
Chapter 14: Rural and Urban Child Maltreatment Considerations in the United States
Chapter 15: Child Maltreatment and Disabilities: Increased Risk?
Chapter 16: Addressing Intimate Partner Violence and Child Maltreatment: Challenges and Opportunities
Chapter 17: Revisiting a Multidimensional Model of Intergenerational Transmission of Child Maltreatment
Chapter 18: Longterm Consequences of Child Maltreatment
Chapter 19: Silenced No More! It's Time We Talk about Abuse and Neglect, It's the Way to EndCAN

Part III Child Maltreatment: What Can and Should We Do About It?


Chapter 20: Sustaining Progress in Preventing Child Maltreatment: A Transformative Challenge
Chapter 21: The Alberta Family Wellness Initiative: Catalyzing Positive Change Based on Brain Story Understanding and Documenting the Difference It Can Make
Chapter 22: Core Components of Public Health Approaches to Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect
Chapter 23: Community-Level Prevention of Child Maltreatment
Chapter 24: Strong Communities for Children: A Community-Wide Approach to Prevention of Child Maltreatment

Treatment and Intervention

Chapter 25: Trauma-Informed Care for Maltreated Children: Evidence-Based Treatments from a Developmental Perspective
Chapter 26: Foster Care and Child Well-Being
Chapter 27: Siblings in the Context of Child Abuse: Where Should We Go from Here?
Chapter 28: Engaging Nonoffending Mothers of Sexually Abused Children
Chapter 29: Protecting LGBTQ+ Children and Youth
Chapter 30: Beyond Investigations: Differential Response in Child Protective Services
Chapter 31: Decisions to Protect Children: A Decision-Making Ecology

Legal Perspectives

Chapter 32: Using Public Health Law and Legal Epidemiology to Respond to Child Maltreatment
Chapter 33: Judicial Issues in Child Maltreatment
Chapter 34: Law Enforcement's Evolving Mission to Protect Children: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective Years Later
Chapter 35: Beyond CPS: Building a System to Protect the Safety and Basic Development Of Children Experiencing Problematic Parenting

Part IV Child Maltreatment: What Is a Global Perspective?

Chapter 36: Child Maltreatment as a Problem in International Law
Chapter 37: Child Maltreatment and Global Health: Biocultural Perspectives
Dr. Richard Krugman is one of the preeminent experts and scholars in the field of child abuse and neglect in this country and a protege of Dr. C. Henry Kempe. He is still on the full-time faculty as a pediatrician and Distinguished University Professor at The Kempe Center, which he directed from 1981-1990. He was Dean of the University of Colorado School of Medicine from 1990-2015 and Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs from 2007-2015. In the 1970's, he also served an appointment with the Public Health Service at the National Institute of Health and the Food and Drug Administration and was a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow in Washington D.C 1980-1981. He chaired the AAP Child Abuse Committee in the 1980s, the U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect from 1988-1991, and was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 2005. Throughout his career, he has authored over 120 original papers, chapters, editorials, and 6 books and has numerous awards and honors. In 2019, Dr. Krugman co-founded The National Foundation to End Child Abuse and Neglect, with his former patient, Lori Poland, after retiring as Dean to try to extend the field of child abuse from being seen solely as a social and legal issue, to the health, public health and mental health issue it also is.

Jill E. Korbin, Ph.D. (UCLA 1978) is the Lucy Adams Leffingwell Professor of Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio, USA). Korbin's research interests include culture and human development; cultural, medical and psychological anthropology; neighborhood, community, and cultural and contextual influences on children and families; child maltreatment; and child and adolescent well-being.

Korbin's awards include the Margaret Mead Award (1986) from the American Anthropological Association and the Society for Applied Anthropology; a Congressional Science Fellowship (1985-86) through the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Society for Research in Child Development; and the Wittke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching at Case Western Reserve University. Korbin served on the National Research Council's Panel on Research on Child Abuse and Neglect, as a member of the Board of ChildFund International and as President of the Society for Psychological Anthropology.

Korbin and her colleagues have completed a NICHD-funded mixed methods project on the influence of neighborhood factors on child maltreatment and child well-being, studying the same Cleveland neighborhoods at two time periods, 20 years apart.

Korbin's work on child maltreatment is primarily in relationship to culture and context, including neighborhood conditions. She edited the first volume on culture and child maltreatment, Child Abuse and Neglect: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (1981, University of California Press, reissued 2018). Korbin and Richard Krugman, are currently co-editing a book series, Child Maltreatment: Contemporary Issues in Research and Policy (Springer) that includes C. Henry Kempe: A 50 Year Legacy to Child Abuse and Neglect (Krugman and Korbin, 2013) and The Handbook of Child Maltreatment (Korbin and Krugman, 2014). With international editors Ben-Arieh, Cassas and Frones, she is a co-editor of the five-volume Handbook of Child Well-Being (Springer, 2014). She has a commitment to mixed methods research and bridging research, practice, and policy related to the well-being of children and young people.