Childhood Exposure to Violence and Psychological Implications

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Frederic M. Babin (Editor)

Series: Domestic Violence and Abuse
BISAC: PSY004000; FAM001010
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/OIUV7947

This volume includes seven chapters that examine the phenomenon of childhood exposure to violence from a variety of perspectives. Chapter One discusses some of the main behavioral problems of students in the school context such as bullying among peers, including the causes and mitigation strategies of such behaviors. Chapter Two proposes a conceptual framework to include youth exposure as victims of or witnesses to different types of interpersonal violence. Chapter Three details the repercussions of childhood exposure to domestic violence on human development. Chapter Four investigates the characteristics of victims of child-to-parent violence. Chapter Five examines the role that time perspective, particularly the orientation towards the future, and expectations play in the relationship between adverse past experiences of adolescents in residential care and their involvement in risky behaviors. Chapter Six includes the results of a study on the phenomenon of parental alienation in Brazil. Finally, Chapter Seven analyzes domestic violence cases reported to Portuguese police forces in the context of exposure of children to domestic violence.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Psychoemotional and Behavioral Adjustment in Adolescence at School
(Estefanía Estévez, Elizabeth Cañas, Elena Flores, Gregorio Requena and Jesús F. Estévez – Department of Health Psychology, Miguel Hernández University, Elche, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 2. Analyzing the Impact of Exposure to Violence on Child Development: A Research-Practice Integration Framework
(Ginger Gummelt and Monit Cheung – Lamar University, Texas, USA, et al.)

Chapter 3. Child Repercussions of Domestic Violence: A Preventable Adverse Experience
(Gerardo Fernando Fernández Soto, Carolina Arráiz de Fernández and Nereida Valero Cedeño – Professor and researcher at the Nursing Career Seedbed, Academic and Scientific Research Group in Biomedical Sciences with Social Projection Kuskiykuy Yachay Suntur, Faculty of Health Sciences, Researcher of the project “Strategies for the Prevention of Childhood Diseases, the Success of Modern Pediatrics,” of the research and development department, Technical University of Ambato, Ecuador, et al.)

Chapter 4. Victims of Child-to-Parent Violence (CPV): A Systematic Review
(Maria Maciel, Ana Maria Peligero Molina, Carolina Maciel and Ana Sani – University Fernando Pessoa (UFP), Porto, Portugal, et al.)

Chapter 5. Adverse Experiences and Risky Behaviors in Looked After Youth: The Role of Time Perspective and Expectations
(Elsa Rodrigues, Paula Cristina Martins and Ana Isabel Sani – School of Psychology, University of Minho (UM), Braga, Portugal, et al.)

Chapter 6. The Phenomenon of Parental Alienation and Perceptions by Brazilian Legal Operators
(Silvana Kirchesch, Ana Sani and Sandra Tuna – University Fernando Pessoa (UFP), Porto, Portugal, et al.)

Chapter 7. Exposure of Children to Domestic Violence: An Analysis of Official Data from Police in Portugal
(Paulo Vieira-Pinto and Ana Isabel Sani – Faculty of Medicine, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, et al.)

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