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Title:
Multiple victimization of children : conceptual, developmental, research, and treatment issues
Author:
Rossman, B. B. Robbie.
Publication Information:
New York : Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, [1998]

©1998
Physical Description:
xxii, 341 pages ; 22 cm
General Note:
Issued also as v. 2, no. 1, 1998 of the Journal of aggression, maltreatment & trauma.
Language:
English
Contents:
The multiple victimization of children : incidence and conceptual issues / B.B. Robbie Rossman, Mindy S. Rosenberg -- Cumulative risk and protection models of child maltreatment / Ann S. Masten, Margaret O'Dougherty Wright -- Stress and coping approaches and research : the impact of marital conflict on children / E. Mark Cummings -- Trauma models of the effects of childhood maltreatment / Frank W. Putnam -- The victimization of young children / Clare Haynes-Seman, David Baumgarten -- The vicimization of school-age children / B.B. Robbie Rossman, Honore M. Hughes, K. Lori Hanson -- Maltreated adolescents : victims caught between childhood and adulthood / B.B. Robbie Rossman, Mindy S. Rosenberg -- The effect of multiple victimization on children's cognition : variations in response / Caroline C. Murray, Linda Son -- The effects of child abuse on the self-system / Susan Harter -- Multiple maltreatment and the development of self and emotion regulation / Penelope K. Trickett -- The effects of multiple abuse in interpersonal relationships : an attachment perspective / Holland Cole-Detke, Roger Kobak -- Interventions with young children who have been multiply abused / Jan L. Culbertson, Diane J. Willis -- Multiple victimization and the process and outcome of child psychotherapy / Stephen R. Shirk, Michael Eltz -- Into the haunted house of mirrors : the treatment of multiply traumatized adolescents / Donna B. Marold -- Correlates of multiple forms of victimization in religion-related child abuse cases / Gail S. Goodman ... [et al.] -- Legal and ethical issues in the treatment of multiply victimized children / Daniel J. Sonkin, Douglas S. Liebert -- Multiple victimization of children : remaining issues / Mindy S. Rosenberg, B.B. Robbie Rossman.
Added Uniform Title:
Journal of aggression, maltreatment & trauma ; v. 2, no. 1.
ISBN:
9780789003614

9780789003829
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Summary

Mental health professionals who work with abused and neglected children have long recognized that their clients do not necessarily experience only one form of maltreatment; however, until now there was no single source for researchers and clinicians to refer to about the effects of multiple victimization on children's development. Multiple Victimization of Children: Conceptual, Developmental, Research, and Treatment Issues fills the gap in the literature by bringing together theorists, researchers, and clinicians to present current theoretical models and address research and clinical issues for multiply victimized children and adolescents, with a special focus on the impact of victimization in major domains of development.As the only book to focus specifically on children who experience the co-occurrence of different types of maltreatment, Multiple Victimization of Children ties together developmental and trauma research of the multiple victimization of children and youth and contributes to the thrust to consider maltreatment from a developmental systems perspective. You'll also see how treatment demands differ for those who experience multiple versus single forms of maltreatment. Other things you learn about include: three different conceptual models (risk and resiliency, stress and coping, trauma and post-traumatic reactions) from which to view the co-occurrence of maltreatment singular and multiple victimization literature on young children, school-age children, and adolescents the impact of multiple maltreatment on the ongoing development of children in the cognitive, self, affect, and social domains ritualized abuse and a victim's capacity to change legal, ethical, and research issues

Multiple Victimization of Children will save you time, energy, and money by assisting you in planning research and treatment interventions, and in formulating legal, medical, educational, and community strategies for dealing with multiple maltreatment victims. Researchers in the developmental and trauma fields will gain ideas about research directions, protocols for research designs, and insight into problems that have plagued other researchers. Mental health and community agency professionals, as well as attorneys and legal advocates involved in the juvenile justice system also benefit greatly from this book. Finally, upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, social work, and educational counseling will be able to get an overview of the current child maltreatment information and the unique problems presented by this population of children and families.




Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
I Introduction
The Multiple Victimization of Children
Incidence and Conceptual Issues
II Incidence and Conceptual Issues Cumulative Risk and Protection Models of Child Maltreatment Stress and Coping Approaches and Research
The Impact of Marital Conflict on Children Trauma Models and the Effects of Childhood Maltreatment
III Overview of the Literature
The Victimization of Young Children
The Victimization of School-Age Children Maltreated Adolescents
Victims Caught Between Childhood and Adulthood
IV Impact on Development
The Effect of Multiple Victimization on Children's Cognition
Variations in Response
The Effects of Child Abuse on the Self-System Multiple
Maltreatment and the Development of Self and Emotion Regulation
The Effects of Multiple Abuse in Interpersonal Relationships
An Attachment Perspective V. Treatment Approaches and Issues Intervention for Young Children
Who Have Been Multiply Abused Multiple Victimization and the Process and Outcome of Child Psychotherapy Into the Haunted House of Mirrors
The Treatment of Multiply Traumatized Adolescents
VI Special Issues Correlates of Multiple Forms of Victimization in Religion-Related Child Abuse
Cases Legal and Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Multiply Victimized Children
Conclusion: The Multiple Victimization of Children Remaining Issues
Index
Reference
Notes Included