Wednesday's Child: Research into Women's Experience of Neglect and Abuse in Childhood and Adult…

Paperback | February 5, 1998

byAntonia Bifulco, Patricia MoranEditorAntonia Bifulco

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As many as one in four women have suffered severe neglect or abuse in childhood. This doubles the likelihood of their suffering clinical depression in adult life. Based on twenty years of systematic research,Wednesday's Childexamines why neglect and abuse occur and demonstrates how such negative experience in childhood often results in abusive adult relationships, low self-esteem and depression.
Drawing on interviews with over 200 women, the authors show vividly what can be learned from the experience of adult survivors of abuse. Most importantly,Wednesday's Childassesses the factors which can reduce the later impact of such experience on both the children of today and the parents of tomorrow.

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As many as one in four women have suffered severe neglect or abuse in childhood. This doubles the likelihood of their suffering clinical depression in adult life. Based on twenty years of systematic research,Wednesday's Childexamines why neglect and abuse occur and demonstrates how such negative experience in childhood often results in...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.7 inPublished:February 5, 1998Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:041516527X

ISBN - 13:9780415165273

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All professionals who deem themselves to be advocates for the child have much to learn from the rigorous qualitative research and thought-provoking case histories in this volume. - Community Practitioner

Has clear implications for current child care and child protection practice ... is being welcomed by child care professionals. - Community Care