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I. Introduction to the Problem 1. Purpose and Overview, Peter G. Jaffe, Linda L. Baker, and Alison J. Cunningham 2. Should Childhood Exposure to Adult Domestic Violence Be Defined as Child Maltreatment under the Law?, Jeffrey L. Edleson 3. Young Children Exposed to Adult Domestic Violence: Incidence, Assessment, and Intervention, B. B. Robbie Rossman, Jacqueline G. Rea, Sandra A. Graham-Bermann, and Perry M. Butterfield 4. Group Intervention with Abusive Male Adolescents, Diane L. Davis II. Individual- and Group-Level Responses 5. Fostering Resilient Coping in Children Exposed to Violence: Cultural Considerations, Sandra A. Graham-Bermann and Hilda M. Halabu 6. Safety Planning for Abused Women and Their Children, Jennifer L. Hardesty and Jacquelyn C. Campbell 7. Assessing Abusers' Risks to Children, Lundy Bancroft and Jay G. Silverman 8. Fatherhood and Domestic Violence: Exploring the Role of Abusive Men in the Lives of Their Children, Oliver J. Williams, Jacquelyn Boggess, and Janet Carter III. System-Level Responses 9. The Ethnic Media Outreach Project: ""Canada Is a Country for Women,"" Melpa Kamateros 10. Police in the Lives of Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: Collaborative Approaches to Intervention, Berkman, Casey, Steven J. Berkowitz, and Steven Marans 11. The Role of Family Courts in Domestic Violence: The Canadian Experience, Martha Shaffer and Nicholas Bala 12. The Role of Family Courts in Domestic Violence: The U.S. Experience, Billie Lee Dunford-Jackson 13. The Fourth R: Developing Healthy Relationships through School-Based Interventions, Peter G. Jaffe, David Wolfe, Claire Crooks, Ray Hughes, and Linda L. Baker IV. Conclusions 14. Future Directions in Ending Domestic Violence in the Lives of Children, Linda L. Baker, Alison J. Cunningham, and Peter G. Jaffe
Peter G. Jaffe, PhD, is Special Advisor on Violence Prevention at the Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System of the London Family Court Clinic, a children's mental health center in Ontario, Canada, specializing in issues that bring children and families into the justice system. He has coauthored eight books on domestic violence, including Child Custody and Domestic Violence: A Call for Safety and Accountability. Linda L. Baker, PhD, is Executive Director of the Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System. She has coauthored over 18 resources to enhance understanding and intervention with children and adolescents, including Children Exposed to Violence: A Handbook for Police Trainers to Increase Understanding and Improve Community Responses. Alison J. Cunningham, MA, is Director of Research and Planning at the Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System. She is the coauthor of two textbooks, Canadian Criminal Justice: A Primer and Canadian Corrections. She is President of the Ontario Council of Elizabeth Fry Societies, and in 2001 was invited to be an advisor to the World Health Organization about standards of health services for child and adult victims of sexual violence.
"For far too long, children exposed to domestic violence have been overlooked--if not forgotten--by those who should be protecting them and providing effective interventions. This book is a welcome and invaluable resource for a range of practitioners working in the area of domestic violence. Readers from different fields will be enlightened as to the roles each might play in addressing children's needs. As a text, the book will be useful in the classrooms of law schools, law enforcement training academies, and graduate schools of social work and psychology, to name just a few."--Honorable Peter C. Macdonald, (Retired), District Judge, Third Judicial District, Commonwealth of Kentucky; Co-chair, Family Violence Committee, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges "This volume brings together the latest research about the effects of domestic violence on children and how our policies and programs should respond. It is a critical desk reference for policymakers, practitioners, researchers, and educators who care about and advocate for the safety of children."--Diane DePanfilis, PhD, MSW, Institute for Human Services Policy, University of Maryland School of Social Work "An important contribution. This comprehensive volume tackles ongoing and emerging issues--such as whether childhood exposure to domestic violence should be defined as maltreatment--and fills in gaps in the existing domestic violence literature. The book also addresses assessment and intervention from the individual to the community levels. It will be a valuable resource for professionals in the areas of child welfare, intimate partner violence, law enforcement, and family and criminal law, as well as for faculty in social work, child development, criminal justice, and related programs."--Caroline L. Burry, PhD, School of Social Work, University of Maryland, Baltimore