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WHAT ABOUT ME!
Seeking to Understand the Child's View of Violence in the Family
by Alison Cunningham and Linda Baker (2004)
This study was funded by the National Crime Prevention Strategy as part of the Best Evidence to Inform Better Practice Project. It involves an exhaustive review of the literature on child exposure to domestic violence (almost 400 sources) integrated with extensive clinical experience to create a revolutionary new framework for understanding, studying and intervening with children who have lived with woman abuse. Case studies illustrate key points and child drawings bring to life the experience of violence through young eyes.
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What About Me! (1.26 MB) .
Conceptual Framework: Seek to Understand
Infants and Toddlers
Overall Implications for Intervention
This report is only available in electronic format.
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