Section One: The Current Status of Etiological Theories in Intrafamilial Child Maltreatment; S.T. Azar, et al. Balancing Rights and Responsibilities: Legal Perspectives on Child Maltreatment; S.G. Portwood, et al. Section Two: Assessment Issues in Child Abuse Evaluation; J.S. Milner, et al. Methodological Issues in Child Maltreatment Research; R.T. Ammerman. Section Three: Community-Based Partnership-Directed Research: Actualizing Community Strengths to Treat Child Victims of Physical Abuse and Neglect; J. Fantuzzo, et al. An Ecobehavioral Model for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect: History and Applications; J.R. Lutzker, et al. Section Four: Sexual Abuse of Children: Assessment, Research, and Treatment; C.C. Swenson, R.F. Hanson. School-Based Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs: Questions, Answers, and More Questions; S.K. Wurtele. Section Five: Implications for Child Abuse and Neglect Interventions from Early Educational Interventions; B.H. Wasik. Addressing Current and Planning for Future Ethical Issues in Child Maltreatment Research: Professional and Policy Ethical Decision Making; A.J. Tymchuk. Conclusions: Child Abuse and Neglect: Weaving Theory, Research and Treatment in the Twenty-First Century; J.R. Lutzker. 13 Additional Chapters. Index.
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