Case Studies in Family Violence by Robert T. Ammerman, Michel Hersen

By Robert T. Ammerman, Michel Hersen

Since the e-book of the 1st version in 1991, there was sizeable development in our knowing of the etiology and linked positive aspects of family violence. As within the first variation, this publication elucidates and highlights the advanced multidisciplinary concerns dealing with clinicians who paintings with family members violence instances. every one bankruptcy combines illustrative instances with a broader dialogue of the problems which are encountered by means of clinicians operating with households that have interaction in abuse or neglect.

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This figure, however, included mothers who were not currently caring for their children or who were providing borderline care. In fact, of the mothers who had suffered severe physical abuse in childhood, almost as many were providing adequate care for their children (30%) as were clearly maltreating them. Furthermore, only one-half of the nonabused mothers in their low SES families were found to be adequately caring for their children. In a comprehensive analysis of studies that either used appropriate comparison groups or employed prospective rather than retrospective designs, Kaufman and Zigler (1987) concluded that the best estimate of the rate of intergenerational continuity in maltreatment is approximately 30%.

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