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Handbook of Children, Culture, and Violence

Handbook of Children, Culture, and Violence

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Introduction - Nancy E. Dowd
Prologue: Developmental Variations Among Children and Adolescents: An Overview of the Research and Policy Implications - Dorothy G. Singer
Part I. Children as Victims
1. Child Witnessing of Domestic Violence - Naomi Cahn
2. Domestic Violence and Child Protection: Confronting the Dilemmas in Moving From Family Court to Dependency Court - Thomas D. Lyon and Mindy B. Mechanic
3. Sexually Predatory Parents and the Children in Their Care: Remove the Threat, Not the Child - Robin Fretwell Wilson
4. Exposure to Pornography as a Cause of Child Sexual Victimization - Diana E.H. Russell and Natalie Purcell
5. Statutory Rape: An Empirical Examination of Claims of "Overreaction" - Ross E. Cheit and Laura Braslow
6. Mitigating the Impact of Publicity on Child Crime Victims and Witnesses - Charles Putnam and David Finkelhor
Part II. Children as Consumers of Violence
7. The Violent Shadows of Children's Culture - John Cech
8. A Preliminary Demography of Television Violence - Nancy Signorielli
9. Protecting Children's Welfare in an Anxiety-Provoking Media Environment - Joanne Cantor
10. The Impact of Violent Music on Youth - Barbara J. Wilson and Nicole Martins
11. How Real Is the Problem of TV Violence? Research and Policy Perspectives - Dale Kunkel and Lara Zwarun
12. Violent Video Games: Effects on Youth and Public Policy Implications - Douglas A. Gentile and Craig A. Anderson
13. Positive Features of Video Games - Laurie N. Taylor
14. Children, Adolescents, and the Culture of Online Hate - Brendesha Tynes
15. Constitutional Obstacles to Regulating Violence in the Media - Catherine J. Ross
Part III. Children as Perpetrators of Violence
16. Peer Victimization: The Nature and Prevalence of Bullying Among Children and Youth - Susan P. Limber
17. Bullying and Violence in American Schools - Ellen de Lara
18. Judging Juvenile Responsibility: A Social Ecological Perspective - Mark R. Fondacaro and Lauren G. Fasig
19. Adult Punishment for Juvenile Offenders: Does It Reduce Crime? - Richard E. Redding
20. Psychopathy Assessment and Juvenile Justice Mental Health Evaluations - Matthew Owen Howard, Michael K. Dayton, Kirk A. Foster, Michael G. Vaughn and John L. Zelner
21. Cleaning Up Toxic Violence: An EcoGenerist Paradigm - Barbara Bennett Woodhouse
This Handbook provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary examination of childhood violence for students, scholars, and policymakers. A great many books have been published on children and violence, but the majority approach the topic from a single disciplinary perspective and most often concentrate on children as victims of violence. In contrast, this book incorporates perspectives from across disciplinary bounds - psychology and human development, commnication, family law and public policy, criminology, human services - and examines children as consumers and perpetrators of violence, as well as victims, for the broadest possible view on the impact of a culture of violence in children's lives.

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    Sociology; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Children's Studies; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Violence in Society

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Autor: Nancy Dowd
ISBN-13: 9781412913690
ISBN: 1412913691
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 483
Gewicht: 1098 g
Format: 262x184x34 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Autor: Nancy Dowd, Dorothy G. Singer, Robin Fretwell Wilson
Nancy E. Dowd is Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law at the Fredric G. Levin College of Law at the University of Florida, and Co-Director of the Center for Children and Families at UF. The author of In Defense of Single Parent Families (1997) and Redefining Fatherhood (2001), and a reader on feminist legal theory, she has published extensively on non-traditional families, work/family issues, civil rights, and feminist theory.

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Autor: Nancy Dowd
ISBN-13:: 9781412913690
ISBN: 1412913691
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.12.2005
Verlag: SAGE PUBN
Gewicht: 1098g
Seiten: 483
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 262x184x34 mm