Child Abuse by A. CarmiChild Abuse by A. Carmi

Child Abuse

EditorA. CarmiContribution byO. Ayalon, E. Deutsch

Paperback | May 1, 1984

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The Medicolegal Library is the first and only series of its kind. Its importance is self-evident. During the last decade, science, especial­ ly medical practice, has become an increasingly complex undertak­ ing. Recent dramatic developments in medicine have given rise to both theoretical controversies and practical dilemmas. Society is struggling with new scientific, economic, cultural, and legal issues. The establishment of a series such as this appears vital for lawyerr; and physicians, for sociologists and psychologists, and for the pub­ lic at large. The editorial board of the Medicolegal Library consists of dis­ tinguish scientists from many different countries and disciplines. Judge Amnon Carmi acts as principal series editor. Judge Carmi is the author of many books and articles on medical law, and is Editor­ in-Chief of Medicine and Law: An International Journal. The Medicolegal Library will issue two books each year. The first four books, soon to be published, will deal with child abuse, eutha­ nasia, disability, and psychiatry laws and ethics. It is the wish and intention of Springer-Verlag that the Medicole­ gal Library play an important role throughout the world in the study and understanding of the field of medicine and law, for the benefit of both professions and of mankind at large. Contents I. The Phenomenon Battering Behavior: One Phenomenon, Many Explanations H.Zimrin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . Abusive Versus "Normal" Child-Rearing Practice: A Cross-Cultural Perspective R.A. Eisikovits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 14 . . . . Abusing Children's Development Potential: The Case of Moral Development Z. Eisikovits and A. Sagi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 21 . . .
Title:Child AbuseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:226 pagesPublished:May 1, 1984Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

I. The Phenomenon.- Battering Behavior: One Phenomenon, Many Explanations.- Abusive Versus "Normal" Child-Rearing Practice: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.- Abusing Children's Development Potential: The Case of Moral Development.- II. Child Abuse and the Law.- Child Abuse and Neglect: A Survey of the Law (United Stated of America).- The Medically Neglected Child (West Germany).- The Medical Needs of the Child and Religious Doctrines (North America).- Child Abuse and Criminal Process: Dilemmas in Punishment and Protection.- Professional Intervention in the Family.- Child Abuse: A Psychiatrist's View.- III. Child Abuse and Psychiatry.- Divorce and the Emotionally Abused Child.- IV. The Sexually Abused Child.- The Daughter as a Sexual Victim in the Family.- Legal Protection of Children in Sexual Assault Cases.- V. Child Abuse and Pathology.- The Battered Child Syndrome (1).- The Battered Child Syndrome (2).- The Role of the Forensic Pathologist in the Investigation of Child Abuse Deaths.