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Protection • Provision • Prevention • Participation Professor Cathy Humphreys, Claire Houghton, Dr Jane Ellis ISBN 978 0 7559 5802 3 This document is also available in pdf format (846k) PDFs of individual chapters are also available Chapter 1 : Chapter 2 : Chapter 3 : Chapter 4 : Chapter 5 : Chapter 6 .
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTIONBackground The National Domestic Abuse Delivery Group The literature review and structure References
CHAPTER TWO THE RESEARCH EVIDENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE EXPERIENCING DOMESTIC ABUSE- Cathy Humphreys and Claire Houghton The prevalence of children and young people living with domestic abuse The risks of direct abuse and exposure to domestic abuse The impact of living with domestic abuse An attack on the mother-child relationship Summary References
CHAPTER THREE PARTICIPATION OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE EXPERIENCING DOMESTIC ABUSE -Claire Houghton Introduction The unique perspective of children with experience of domestic abuse Children's 'exposure' to domestic abuse Children's perspectives on domestically violent fathers Children's perspectives on what helps Children's views on the lack of professional help, and the help that is needed Children's participation in research, practice and policy development Summary Directions for good practice- participation References
CHAPTER FOUR PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE EXPERIENCING DOMESTIC ABUSE -Cathy Humphreys and Claire Houghton Pathways to protection and multi-agency collaboration A focus on perpetrators The links between women protection and child protection Summary Directions for good practice - protection References
CHAPTER FIVE PROVISION FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE EXPERIENCING DOMESTIC ABUSE -Cathy Humphreys and Claire Houghton Services for pregnant women and infants Informal support Individual work Group work Mother-child strengthening Websites and helplines Summary Directions for good practice - provision References Annex - Methodology ( for Chapters by Cathy Humphreys and Claire Houghton)
CHAPTER SIX PRIMARY PREVENTION OF DOMESTIC ABUSE THROUGH EDUCATION -Jane Ellis IntroductionLegal context The public health model of prevention Educational work to prevent domestic abuse The Scottish policy context Directions for good practice -primary prevention through education Annex - Curriculum programmes known to be currently in use with children/young people in Scotland References
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