Young people using family violence : international perspectives on research, responses and reforms / Kate Fitz-Gibbon, Heather Douglas, JaneMaree Maher, editors.

This book examines the use of violence by children and young people in family settings and proposes specialised and age-appropriate responses to these children and young people It interrogates the adequacy and effectiveness of current service and justice system responses, including analysis of polic...

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Other Authors: Fitz-Gibbon, Kate (Lecturer in criminology) (Editor), Douglas, Heather (Editor), Maher, JaneMaree (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore : Springer, 2021.
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Table of Contents:
  • Children Who Perpetrate Family Violence are Still Children: Understanding and Responding to Adolescent to Parent Violence
  • Prevalent but Overlooked: Current Literature, Policy, and Service Responses to Sibling Abuse
  • Barriers to Help Seeking for Women Victims of Adolescent Family Violence: A Victorian (Australian) Case Study
  • Adolescent-to-parent Violence and the Promise of Attachment Based Interventions
  • Mothers and Step-mothers Engaging with Law in their Response to Adolescent Family Violence
  • Missing the Mark: the Problem of Applying a one Size Fits All Standard Legal Response to Adolescent Family Violence Perpetration
  • Understanding Child-to-Parent Homicide in the Canadian Context
  • Children Who Kill their Adoptive Parents: Case Characteristics and Illustrations.