By Adele D. Jones,Ena Trotman Jemmott,Hazel Da Breo,Priya Maharaj
Presenting real-life case reviews of kid sexual abuse within the Caribbean as a foundation for discussing interventions and versions of perform which are proper for a large diversity of cultural and social settings, this multi-disciplinary textual content might be of curiosity to students, pros and practitioners alike. individuals to this quantity display how sexual abuse isn't only a challenge of the person: buildings of inequality and the intersection of the standards they provide upward thrust to assist to provide an explanation for why a few kids are extra vulnerable to abuse than others. moreover, the sub-systems within which lives are lived can compound danger and vulnerability or on the other hand, may be resources of help and alter. This ebook attracts on those rules to debate perform throughout various provider clients: young ones, adolescent women, teenage moms, young ones with studying disabilities, fathers, moms, girls who abuse, juvenile intercourse offenders and young ones in residential care.
By Anna Mae Duane
By Anke Spies,Dietmar Tredop
By Marius Harring
By Martine Christol
By Dominique Agostini,Hervé Benhamou,Brigitte Bouquet,Marceline Gabel,Professeur Lebovici,Professeur Mazet
By L. Rowell Huesmann,Leonard D. Eron
The learn offered during this ebook, initially released in 1986, seems to be to pinpoint the mental procedures inquisitive about the media violence-aggression relation. increasing on prior reviews, the compilation of essays the following delves deeply into aggression examine and compares effects approximately media impression throughout five nations. Cultural norms and programming modifications are investigated in addition to age and gender and different elements. what's provided total is a mental version within which television violence is either a precursor and a end result of aggression.
By Frank Früchtel,Anna-Maria Halibrand
Auf Untaten erfolgen Urteile, auf Grenzverletzungen Sanktionen, auf Fehlverhalten Strafen. Unser Strafrechtssystem ist ein rationaler Apparat, der in seiner eigenen Logik betrachtet ähnlich alternativlos erscheint wie die Strafsysteme vergangener Jahrhunderte. In diesem Lehrbuch werden Modelle des alternativen Umgangs mit verletzenden Verhalten diskutiert. Wiedergutmachung, Verständigung, Heilung und Gemeinschaft stehen dabei im Vordergrund - weniger die Strafe. Restorative Justice und indigenisierte Sozialarbeit sind neue Fachdiskurse im deutschen Sprachraum. Theoretische Darstellungen und praktische Beispiele schaffen einen Überblick zu den Methoden, die anwendungsbezogen aufbereitet wurden und dazu anregen, über Bestehendes und Mögliches nachzudenken.
By Carol J. Singley
The roots of literary adoption look within the discourse of Puritan settlers, who ambivalently took go away in their beginning mum or dad state and portrayed themselves as deserted teenagers. Believing they have been selected kids of God, additionally they prayed for non secular adoption and emulated God's grace via extending adoption to others. Nineteenth-century adoption literature develops from this proposal of adoption as salvation and from simultaneous attachments to the previous global and the hot. In family fiction of the mid-nineteenth century, adoption additionally displays a spotlight on nurture in childrearing, elevated mobility within the kingdom, and middle-class issues over immigration and urbanization, assuaged whilst the orphan unearths a formal, loving domestic. Adoption signs clean begins and the chance for achievement with out genealogical constraints, in particular for white men, yet inflected through gender and racial biases, it usually involves dependency for ladies and youngsters of color.
A complicated signifier of distinction, adoption supplies voice to occasionally contradictory calls to origins and clean starting; to emotions of worthiness and unworthiness. In writings from Cotton Mather to Edith Wharton, it either replicates and provides a substitute for the genealogical norm, evoking ambivalence because it shapes nationwide mythologies.
By Lesley A. Beaumont
Childhood in historical Athens deals an in-depth research of youngsters in the course of the heyday of the Athenian urban kingdom, thereby illuminating an important social staff mostly overlooked through so much historical and smooth authors alike. It concentrates not just at the kid's personal event, but additionally examines the perceptions of youngsters and early life through Athenian society: those perceptions variously show either similarities and stark contrasts with these of our personal 21st century Western society. The examine covers the juvenile lifestyles direction from beginning and infancy via early and later adolescence, and treats those existence levels in response to the subjects of nurture, play, schooling, paintings, cult and formality, and death.
In view of the scant historic Greek literary facts referring to formative years, Beaumont specializes in the extra copious historic visible representations of kids in Athenian pot portray, sculpture, and terracotta modelling. Notably, this is often the 1st full-length monograph in English to deal with the iconography of adolescence in old Athens, and it breaks very important new floor via carefully analysing and evaluating classical artwork to reconstruct childhood’s social history. With over one hundred twenty illustrations, the booklet offers a wealthy visible, in addition to narrative, source for the background of formative years in classical antiquity.