Violence, Abuse and Neglect provides a systematic exposition of the national problem of domestic violence and how public and private agencies have dealt with it. Looking at the four major types of domestic violence (child, spouse, adolescent and elder) and placing domestic violence in the context of violence in the larger American society, Utech's book works well in sociology, criminal justice, social work, psychology and healthcare.
Part 1 Domestic Violence in America Chapter 2 An Overview: Violence: Societal and Domestic Chapter 3 Child Abuse and Neglect Chapter 4 Spouse Abuse Chapter 5 Elder Abuse Chapter 6 Adolescent/ Sibling/ Parent Maltreatment Part 7 National, State and Local Efforts to Solve the Problem of Domestic Violence Chapter 8 National And State Law and Policy Changes Chapter 9 The Criminal and Juvenille Justice Systems Chapter 10 Invervention, Treatment and Justice Programs Chapter 11 Epilogue Chapter 12 References Chapter 13 Index
Series: The Reynolds Series in Sociology
Number Of Pages: 312
Published: January 1994
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.91 x 15.19
Weight (kg): 0.46