Children Living With Domestic Violence

Edited by Audrey Mullender and Rebecca Morley

Children living with domestic violence

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Hardback
ISBN: 978-1-871177-71-8
Categories: Health Services, Human Services, Social Work
Published: September 1994
229 x 152 x 21 mm
308 pages
Publisher: Whiting & Birch Ltd
Also available in: Paperback
Little material on domestic violence speaks of the impact on children - often the most vulnerable group in this context. Children Living With Domestic Violence:
  • highlights the links between abuse of women in the home and the abuse of children
  • explores good practice
  • assesses the consequences of legislation for women’s ability to protect themselves and their children
  • questions certain myths such as the ‘families need fathers’ stance.
The book will interest anyone working with women who have experienced violence, above all those working with children in whatever practice setting.

... one of the most comprehensive books focusing on the impact of domestic violence on children in the UK ... The book is both invaluable and stimulating with much material which could be practically applied. (Adoption & Fostering)

The book appeared to cover material not previously covered in a collection such as this and promised an interesting read. I was not disappointed. (Australian Social Work)

This book contains a wealth of information , research evidence, practice models and ideas. (BJSW)

Available through N American booktrade by end March.
Audrey Mullender
Audrey Mullender is a British academic who was Principal of Ruskin College Oxford, from April 2004 to November 2013. Mullender was educated at the University of Sheffield as well as the University of Bordeaux, University_of_Nottingham and University of Warwick where she obtained a PhD and a DLitt. From 1996 to 2004, ... read more
Rebecca Morley
Rebecca Morley, MSPP, Executive Director of NCHH, leads a multi-disciplinary staff in the mission of creating healthy and safe housing for children. Ms. Morley led the development of the National Healthy Homes Training Center and spearheaded NCHH's work in the Gulf Coast region following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. She launched and ... read more
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