eBook Abuse and Violence Information for Teens, 2nd Edition

  • Keith Jones
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  • ISBN-10: 078081455X
  • ISBN-13: 9780780814554
  • DDC: 303.60835
  • Grade Level Range: 7th Grade - 12th Grade +
  • 400 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released March 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017
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Overview

This updated second edition discusses contributing factors and warning signs for the most commonly experienced types of abuse and violence. Facts about seeking medical care and mental health services for the physical and emotional consequences are also included. A section on prevention and safety suggests ways teens can help prevent violence and offers guidelines for staying out of harm’s way. In addition, information about victims’ rights is provided, and the book concludes with a resource section featuring statistical data, directories of organizations and agencies able to offer assistance, and suggestions for additional reading.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Types of Abuse.
1: Abuse in Families: An Overview.
2: Emotional and Physical Abuse.
3: Domestic Violence.
4: Child Abuse.
5: Children of Addicted Parents: Increased Risks.
6: Elder Abuse.
7: Sibling Abuse.
8: Sexual Abuse of Women.
9: Sexual Abuse of Men.
10: Incest.
11: Stalking.
12: Sexual Harassment.
13: Child Pornography.
14: Commercial Child Sexual Exploitation: Sexual Activities for Money.
15: Use of Computers in the Sexual Exploitation of Children.
16: Sextortion.
Violence and the Teen Experience.
17: Risk Factors for Youth Violence: An Overview.
18: Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder.
19: Electronic Aggression.
20: Teen Drug Use and Violence.
21: The Relationship Between Substance Abuse and Violence Against Women.
22: Teen Dating Violence.
23: Physical Fighting Among Teenagers.
24: Bullying.
25: Hazing.
26: Youth Gangs.
27: Hate Crimes.
28: School Violence and Effects of School Violence Exposure.
29: Teen Firearm Violence.
30: Terrorism.
31: Hurting Yourself.
32: Teen Suicide.
33: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) and Violence.
Recognizing and Treating the Consequences of Abuse and Violence.
34: What to Do After A Sexual Assault.
35: Long-Term Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect.
36: Seeking Mental Health Services.
37: Anxiety Disorders and Depression.
38: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
39: Dissociative Disorders.
Prevention, Staying Safe, and Your Legal Rights as A Victim.
40: How Can Domestic Violence and Abuse Be Prevented and Treated?.
41: When Parents Fight.
42: Afterschool Programs.
43: Conflict Resolution.
44: Is Your Relationship A Healthy One?.
45: How to Help a Friend who is Abused at Home.
46: What Happens when Possible Abuse or Neglect is Reported.
47: Creating a Safety Plan.
48: Self-Defense.
49: Online Safety.
50: Suicide Prevention.
51: Your Legal Rights as a Victim of Sexual Assault or Domestic Abuse.
52: Bullying and the Law.
If You Need More Information.
53: Abuse and Violence: A Statistical Summary.
54: Directory of Abuse and Violence Resources.
55: Victims of Abuse and Violence: Where to go for Help.
56: How and where to Report Child Abuse.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Types of Abuse.
1: Abuse in Families: An Overview.
2: Emotional and Physical Abuse.
3: Domestic Violence.
4: Child Abuse.
5: Children of Addicted Parents: Increased Risks.
6: Elder Abuse.
7: Sibling Abuse.
8: Sexual Abuse of Women.
9: Sexual Abuse of Men.
10: Incest.
11: Stalking.
12: Sexual Harassment.
13: Child Pornography.
14: Commercial Child Sexual Exploitation: Sexual Activities for Money.
15: Use of Computers in the Sexual Exploitation of Children.
16: Sextortion.
Violence and the Teen Experience.
17: Risk Factors for Youth Violence: An Overview.
18: Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder.
19: Electronic Aggression.
20: Teen Drug Use and Violence.
21: The Relationship Between Substance Abuse and Violence Against Women.
22: Teen Dating Violence.
23: Physical Fighting Among Teenagers.
24: Bullying.
25: Hazing.
26: Youth Gangs.
27: Hate Crimes.
28: School Violence and Effects of School Violence Exposure.
29: Teen Firearm Violence.
30: Terrorism.
31: Hurting Yourself.
32: Teen Suicide.
33: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) and Violence.
Recognizing and Treating the Consequences of Abuse and Violence.
34: What to Do After A Sexual Assault.
35: Long-Term Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect.
36: Seeking Mental Health Services.
37: Anxiety Disorders and Depression.
38: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
39: Dissociative Disorders.
Prevention, Staying Safe, and Your Legal Rights as A Victim.
40: How Can Domestic Violence and Abuse Be Prevented and Treated?.
41: When Parents Fight.
42: Afterschool Programs.
43: Conflict Resolution.
44: Is Your Relationship A Healthy One?.
45: How to Help a Friend who is Abused at Home.
46: What Happens when Possible Abuse or Neglect is Reported.
47: Creating a Safety Plan.
48: Self-Defense.
49: Online Safety.
50: Suicide Prevention.
51: Your Legal Rights as a Victim of Sexual Assault or Domestic Abuse.
52: Bullying and the Law.
If You Need More Information.
53: Abuse and Violence: A Statistical Summary.
54: Directory of Abuse and Violence Resources.
55: Victims of Abuse and Violence: Where to go for Help.
56: How and where to Report Child Abuse.
Index.