*  The Reality of Abortion
"Abortion and the Battered Child." The American Feminist. Winter 1999-2000. 40 Gordon, Karen J. "Abortion and the Battered Child ... their torment affects their health and their relationship with the living children.. Studies of domestic abuse have found that ... more than 40 of every 1,000 children under the age of 18 were reported as victims of maltreatment."39 Aborting "unwanted" ... "The Survivor Syndrome: Siblings and Abortion," National Right to Life News, (Washington D.C., January 15, 1987) 19. 38 Thorn ( ...
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*  Traumatic bonding - Wikipedia
... spectrum Complex posttraumatic stress disorder Child grooming Climate of fear Idealization and devaluation Stockholm syndrome ... Although the victim may disclose the abuse, the trauma bond means that the victim may wish to receive comfort from the very ... Counselling Survivors of Domestic Abuse. Jessica Kingsley Publishers; 15 June 2008. ISBN 978-1-84642-811-1. p. 84. Trauma ... Dutton, D. G., and Painter, S. L. (1981). Traumatic Bonding: The development of emotional attachments in battered women and ...
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*  LANKALIBRARY FORUM • View topic - Status of non-communicable diseases in Sri Lanka - 1998
In Sri Lanka, I reported the first case of death from the battered baby syndrome in 1985, in the 'Ceylon Medical Journal'. ... One child in every four in developing countries is at risk of vitamin A deficiency. One in five children with the deficiency is ... In some countries, domestic violence is the leading cause of injury among women of childbearing age, and up to 35% of women's ... When these victims are admitted to private hospitals they claim hospital expenses through their private health insurance ...
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*  Battered woman syndrome - Wikipedia
... appropriate defence to a charge of murder for a woman who kills to protect her life or the lives of her children in a domestic ... More Than Victims: Battered Women, the Syndrome Society, and the Law (Morality and Society Series) Chicago: University Of ... recognition of battered woman syndrome. An early work describing the syndrome is Lenore E. Walker's The Battered Woman (1979). ... McMahon, M. (1999) "Battered women and bad science: the limited validity and utility of battered woman syndrome". Psychiatry, ...
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*  Articles about Reported Cases - tribunedigital-orlandosentinel
Growing numbers of older Americans are reported neglected, battered and financially exploited by their children or other ... The center estimates 818,000 elderly Americans were victims of various types of domestic abuse in 1994. ... The painful disorder, known as eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome, has been reported in 48 states, the Centers for Disease Control ... At least eight children, including six Merritt Island High School students, have been diagnosed with the illness in the past ...
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*  Child abuse - Wikipedia
"The Battered Child Syndrome" by pediatric psychiatrist C. Henry Kempe represents the moment that child maltreatment entered ... Victims of child abuse and neglect are more likely to commit crimes as juveniles and adults. Domestic violence also takes its ... Child maltreatment can also be an umbrella term covering all forms of child abuse and child neglect. Defining child ... Child abuse or child maltreatment is physical, sexual, or psychological maltreatment or neglect of a child or children, ...
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*  Cycle of abuse - Wikipedia
Her terms "the battering cycle" and "battered woman syndrome" has since been largely eclipsed by "cycle of abuse" and "battered ... Farrelly S Cycle of child sexual abuse: links between being a victim and becoming a perpetrator The British Journal of ... Voices of Battered Women Caught in the Cycle of Domestic Violence (1999) Mills, Linda G. Violent Partners: A Breakthrough Plan ... W A study of the cycle of abuse among child molesters. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, v10 n4 p111-18 2001 Dodge, K. A., Bates, ...
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*  HEAD INJURY AND BATTERED WOMEN: An Initial Inquiry. - Free Online Library
... general Sociology and social work Abused women Statistics Conjugal violence Case studies Domestic violence Psychological ... HEAD INJURY AND BATTERED WOMEN: An Initial Inquiry.(Statistical Data Included) by 'Health and Social Work'; Health, ... To be sure, head injury can create far-reaching negative effects for victims of domestic violence. It is estimated that a woman ... In addition, the ability to plan, particularly with safety, health, child care and parenting issues may be deleteriously ...
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*  Elder Abuse and Neglect: History and Concepts - Elder Mistreatment - NCBI Bookshelf
... "battered woman syndrome." When you look at those younger victims, you know that they find it very difficult to leave a ... There is a concerted effort on the part of the perpetrator to isolate the victim. In child abuse, the child goes to school, but ... U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee of Domestic and International Scientific Planning, Analysis, and Cooperation. ... The portrait of the problem was that of an impaired victim, usually an elderly parent being cared for by an adult caregiver, ...
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*  Child Protective Services - Wikipedia
"The battered child syndrome" in JAMA. By the mid-1960s, in response to public concern that resulted from this article, 49 U.S. ... In 2008, 8.3 children per 1000 were victims of child abuse and neglect and 10.2 children per 1000 were in out of home placement ... the 1988 Child Abuse Prevention, Adoption, and Family Services Act; and the 1992 Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Adoption, and ... For decades, before 1990, there had been pressure from NGOs and children's organizations for protecting children battered by ...
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*  Physical abuse - Wikipedia
Assault Battered person syndrome Child abuse Domestic violence Enhanced interrogation techniques Hazing Negligence ... In most cases, children are the victims of physical abuse, but adults can also be victims, as in cases of domestic violence or ... Abusive acts toward children can often result from parents' attempts at child discipline through excessive corporal punishment ... Although these treatment and prevention strategies are to help children and parents of children who have been abused, some of ...
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*  Scientific Evidence facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Scientific Evidence
The first inroad was evidence of battered wife syndrome (BWS). While being a battered woman by itself is no defense to homicide ... rape trauma syndrome, child abuse accommodation syndrome, profile evidence, and psychiatric testimony. ... RTS evidence was offered at trial for two different purposes: (1) to prove lack of consent by the alleged victim, and (2) to ... Domestic Violence; Eyewitness Identification: Psychological Aspects; Rape: Behavioral Aspects; Legal Aspects; Violence. ...
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Office for Victims of Crime. Walker, L. E. (1988), "The Battered Woman Syndrome," in G. T. Hotaling, D. Finkelhor, J. T. ... Child Abusers/Sex Offenders: Child Victim, Atlanta, GA: Author. Coates, R. B. and Gehm, J. (1989), "An Empirical Assessment," ... Seymour, A. (1996a), "Domestic Violence," in J. N. Burnley, C. Edmunds, M. T. Gaboury, and A. Seymour, eds., National Victim ... National Center for Victims of Crime (1996), 1996 Victims' Rights Sourcebook: A Compilation and Comparison of Victims' Rights ...
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*  Battered Women, Battered Children, Custody Abuse: The 'Father's Right's' Movement: How to Legally Stalk, Harass, and Intimidate...
... enhancing the victim safety, assuring economic protection and well-being, or protecting child victims of domestic violence.' ( ... was the development in children of what I refer to as Parental Alienation Syndrome. Typically, the child viciously vilifies one ... Children Against Court Appointed Child Abuse - CA3. Get the Children Against Court Appointed Child Abuse - CA3 widget and many ... enhancing victim safety, assuring economic protection and well-being or protecting child victims of domestic violence.' ( ...
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*  Center for Problem-Oriented Policing | Problem Guides | Domestic Violence
In addition to the physical harm victims suffer, domestic violence results in emotional harm to victims, their children, other ... Stockholm syndrome. A battered woman is essentially a hostage to her batterer. She develops a bond with and shows support for ... If the victim does not leave, the batterer views the violence as a way to produce positive results. Children of these family ... Some domestic violence victims must rely on shelters or depend on others to house them, and others become part of a community's ...
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*  Press Articles - Rolling Stone 2
Most of the victims were children; Jack in the Box accepted responsibility for their medical costs, and the chain was nearly ... interfering with kidney function and causing hemolytic uremic syndrome. Children and the elderly are the most vulnerable to ... Most of them are Mexican immigrants who live in places like the River Park Mobile Court, a collection of battered old trailers ... The USDA banned the practice, hoping to prevent a domestic outbreak of mad-cow disease. Millions of dead cats and dead dogs, ...
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*  Mommie Dearest? Prosecuting Cases of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy - Elovitz O'Nan, LLC Elovitz O'Nan, LLC
"Medical battering" has been suggested by pediatrics, to resemble the term "battered child syndrome." Finally, prosecutions have ... There is also a profile of the child victim. Typically the victim is younger than six years old and not able to verbalize or ... Laura Etlinger, Social Science Research in Domestic Violence Law: A Proposal to Focus on Evidentiary Use, 58 ALB. L. REV. 1259 ... Annulment Assets Attorney Attorney Fee Child Abuse Child Custody Child Neglect Child Support Custodial divorce Family Family ...
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*  Is It Wrong To Be A Victim? | NarcissisticAbuse.com
Frank Ochberg says 'our culture now disparages, blames, isolates, and condemns someone for being a victim'. ... In which they concluded I suffer from symptoms consistant with battered woman syndrome. It blew me away. I knew for at least 12 ... She will do anything to save her children from my insanity, but if she has to kill me our children will have no parent so for ... Get some help from Domestic Violence organizations. Do all of this in stealth mode. Plan an escape. Ask for help from ...
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*  Men's rights movement - Wikipedia
Mann says that although existing legislation in Canada acknowledges that men are also victims of domestic violence, men's ... Some men's rights activists suggest that the lack of contact with their children makes fathers less willing to pay child ... campaigning for domestic violence shelters for battered men and for the legal system to be educated about women's violence ... Some others cite the parental alienation syndrome as a reason to grant custody to fathers. Critics argue that empirical ...
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*  Child maltreatment | Article about Child maltreatment by The Free Dictionary
physical, sexual, or emotional maltreatment or neglect of children by parents, guardians, or others responsible for a child's ... Looking for Child maltreatment? Find out information about Child maltreatment. ... responding to domestic violence in families with kids requires a coordinated effort to help the victim and protect the children ... The Battered Child (4th ed. 1987); D. J. Besharov, Recognizing Child Abuse: A Guide for the Concerned (1990); publications of ...
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These children's central nervous systems are also damaged. As a result, children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome have difficulties ... Incest and battering victims often blame themselves for what has happened. Because they feel so guilty, ashamed, and helpless, ... According to Berger, almost 30 percent of father - daughter incest cases and 75 percent of domestic violence cases involve a ... "Children of alcoholics are people who have been robbed of their childhood" (Silverstein, 1990, p.75). Children of alcoholics, ...
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*  Do Mass Killers Start Out by Harming Pets? | Psychology Today
In a now familiar scenario, a troubled teenage boy unleashes mayhem, taking down children, adults, and ultimately himself in a ... Children who have been physically abused and exposed to domestic violence are at even higher risk. In an assessment of 1433 ... Men Who Batter Women Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation 40,000. & Animal Abuse. (2001-2002) (PI). Children and Animals, Scott ... child protective services and animal welfare groups are training together to recognize and report both human and animal victims ...
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*  Amnesia and Crime | Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Resnick PJ: Child murder by parents: a psychiatric review of filicide. Am J Psychiatry 126:73-82, 1969. ... Dutton DG: The Domestic Assault of Women: Psychological and Criminal Justice Perspectives. Toronto: Allyn and Bacon, 1988. ... Pope HG, Hudson JL, Bodkin JA, et al: Questionable validity of dissociative amnesia in trauma victims. Br J Psychiatry 172:210- ... Neuroimaging and behavioral correlates of recovery from mnestic block syndrome and other cognitive deteriorations. ...
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*  Longitudinal measurement of cortisol in association with mental health and experience of domestic violence and abuse: study...
To meet study objectives 128 women will be recruited in a domestic violence agency and local communities. Baseline and 3-month ... Women experience more severe physical and sexual domestic violence and abuse and more mental health consequences than men. The ... To examine whether there is any distinction in cortisol levels between those women exposed to both childhood abuse and domestic ... Domestic violence and abuse is threatening behavior, violence/abuse used by one person to control the other within an intimate ...
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*  U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
Infectious diseases that have emerged, like Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, Lyme Disease, and toxic E. coli were not imported ... in several victims. Also in 1987, there were major losses of sea urchin and coral communities in the Caribbean, a massive sea ... and domestic environmental and social conditions that favor the spread of these diseases are present in the U.S. today. ... primarily children, die. Africa is most affected. Mosquito resistance to insecticides and parasite resistance to many drugs are ...
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