EXCEPTI ONAL CHILDREN
Introduction to Special Education
Daniel P. Hallahan James M. Kauffman
University of Virginia
Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632
Library of Congress Cataloging.in-Publication Data
Hallahan, Daniel P. Exceptional children.
Domestic Violence: Beyond Patriarchy
In the Beginning
The Battered Women's movement of the 1970's enlightened society about a much secreted, and what at the time, was considered a family matter, that of violence against women by their male intimate partners. Many lives have been saved as a dir...
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Violence and abuse in the home does not discriminate; the issue spans across all socioeconomic, racial, ethnic, gender, and age boundaries. Abuse and neglect can be found in all types of families and interpersonal relationships, a...
Child Sexual Abuse: A Review of the Literature
THE JOHN JAY COLLEGE RESEARCH TEAM KAREN J. TERRY, Ph.D. PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR JENNIFER TALLON PRIMARY RESEARCHER
PART I – LITERATURE REVIEW
This literature review provides the reader with an overview of major academic works concerning child...
BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
Domestic violence is one major human right abuse in Ghana. In Ghana, the prevalence of domestic violence is said to cut across all sectors of society and ages. Victims of such violence are predominantly women and children. On physical abuse only, studies hav...
Report No. 37820
Crime, Violence, and Development: Trends,
Costs, and Policy Options in the Caribbean
A Joint Report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the
Latin America and the Caribbean Region of the World Bank
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
Functions, Roles and Duties of Police in General
1. Police are one of the most ubiquitous organisations of the society. The policemen, therefore, happen to be the most visible representatives of the government. In an hour of need, danger, crisis and difficulty, when a c...
THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Classification of the literature about violence against women is difficult because violence against women cannot be understood in terms of a single factor. Most of the researchers focus on a few different reasons and not on a single one to...