Evidence is mounting that animal abuse, frequently embedded in families scarred by domestic violence and child abuse and neglect, often predicts the potential for other violent acts. As early intervention is critical in the prevention and reduction of aggression, this boo encourages researchers and professionals to recognize animal abuse as significant problem and a human public-health issue that should be included as a curriculum topic in training. The book is an interdisciplinary sourcebook of original essays that examines the relations between animal maltreatment and human interpersonal violence, expands the scope of research in this growing area, and provides practical assessment and documentation strategies to help professionals confronting violence do their jobs better by attending to these connections. This book brings together, for the first time, all of the leaders in this emerging field. They examine contemporary research and programmatic issues, encourage cross-disciplinary interactions, and describe innovative programs in the field today. The book also includes vivid first-person accounts from qsurvivorsq whose experiences included animal maltreatment among other forms of family violence.The Battered Pet Signs and Symptoms Helen M. C. Munro The Term abuse includes physical abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse. This essay is about physical abuse, also known as non-accidental injury or NAI. The aim of thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and Animal Abuse|
|Author||:||Frank R. Ascione, Phil Arkow|
|Publisher||:||Purdue University Press - 1999|