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The Resource Violence in the family, edited by Suzanne K. Steinmetz and Murray A. Straus

Violence in the family, edited by Suzanne K. Steinmetz and Murray A. Straus

Label
Violence in the family
Title
Violence in the family
Statement of responsibility
edited by Suzanne K. Steinmetz and Murray A. Straus
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UkLiU
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Steinmetz, Suzanne K
Index
no index present
LC call number
HQ536
LC item number
.V5
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1926-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Straus, Murray A.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Families
  • Marital violence
  • Wife abuse
  • Violence
  • Aggressiveness
Label
Violence in the family, edited by Suzanne K. Steinmetz and Murray A. Straus
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part two.
  • Training parents to control an aggressive child
  • G. R. Patterson, J. A. Cobb, and Roberta S. Ray
  • XI.
  • The family and violence in the future
  • Alternative family structures and violence-reduction
  • Robert N. Whitehurst
  • Violence research, violence control, and the good society
  • Murray A. Straus and Suzanne K. Steinmetz
  • Violence between spouses and kin
  • II.
  • The origins of violence between spouses and siblings
  • Marital love and hate
  • Israel W. Charny
  • Violence and the masculine ideal: some qualitative data
  • Jackson Toby
  • Violence in divorce-prone families
  • John E. O'Brien
  • Part one.
  • Violence in husband-wife interaction
  • Robert N. Whitehurst
  • Some causes of jealousy in young children
  • Mabel Sewell
  • III.
  • Patterns of violence between spouses and kin
  • Physical abuse among applicants for divorce
  • George Levinger
  • Criminal and civil liability in husband-wife assaults
  • Robert Calvert
  • Overview
  • Family members as murder victims
  • Stuart Palmer
  • IV.
  • Approaches to controlling violence
  • Why intimates must fight
  • George R. Bach and Peter Wyden
  • On the management of conflict in families
  • Jetse Sprey
  • Family interaction patterns, drug treatment, and change in social aggression
  • Melvin Cohen, Norbert Freedman, David M. Engelhardt, and Reuben A. Margolis
  • I.
  • The study and modification of intra-familial violence
  • Morton Bard
  • Part three.
  • Violent parents
  • V.
  • Physical punishment
  • When parents hit out
  • Myrna Blumberg
  • Social class differences in parents' use of physical punishment
  • Howard S. Erlanger
  • Intra-family violence
  • Some social antecedents of physical punishment: a linkage theory interpretation
  • Murray A. Straus
  • Occupational environment in relation to physical punishment and dogmatism
  • Suzanne K. Steinmetz
  • VI.
  • Abusive parents
  • A history of child abuse and infanticide
  • Samuel X. Radbill
  • The Kent State four should have studied more
  • James A. Michener
  • General introduction: social myth and social system in the study of intra-family violence
  • Parents who hate
  • Leontine Young
  • Child abuse as psychopathology: a sociological critique and reformation
  • Richard A. Gelles
  • VII.
  • Helping parents and protecting children
  • A conceptual model of child abuse and its implications for social policy
  • David G. Gil
  • Treatment of child abuse
  • Serapio R. Zalba
  • Suzanne K. Steinmetz and Murray A. Straus
  • The abused parent of the abused child
  • Sidney Wasserman
  • Part four.
  • The family as training ground for societal violence
  • VIII.
  • The family and individual violence
  • Making Pete tough
  • Jules Henry
  • The sources of aggression in the home
  • Robert R. Sears, Eleanor E. Maccoby, and Harry Levin
  • Force and violence in family
  • Physical frustration and murder
  • Stuart Palmer
  • The family and violence
  • James S. Campbell
  • IX.
  • The family and socially patterned violence
  • The family and the subculture of violence
  • Claude Brown
  • Repressive parents and violent social controls
  • T. W. Adorno, Else Frenkel-Brunswik, Daniel J. Levinson, and Nevitt Sanford
  • William J. Goode
  • The family life and hawkish students
  • Robert A. Lewis
  • A psychoanalyst looks at student revolutionaries
  • Herbert Hendin
  • X.
  • Learning non-violence in the family context
  • Children should learn about violence
  • Bruno Bettelheim
  • Catharsis - a questionable mode of coping with violence
  • Albert Bandura and Richard H. Walters
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
ix, 337 pages
Isbn
9780060464196
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Violence in the family, edited by Suzanne K. Steinmetz and Murray A. Straus
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part two.
  • Training parents to control an aggressive child
  • G. R. Patterson, J. A. Cobb, and Roberta S. Ray
  • XI.
  • The family and violence in the future
  • Alternative family structures and violence-reduction
  • Robert N. Whitehurst
  • Violence research, violence control, and the good society
  • Murray A. Straus and Suzanne K. Steinmetz
  • Violence between spouses and kin
  • II.
  • The origins of violence between spouses and siblings
  • Marital love and hate
  • Israel W. Charny
  • Violence and the masculine ideal: some qualitative data
  • Jackson Toby
  • Violence in divorce-prone families
  • John E. O'Brien
  • Part one.
  • Violence in husband-wife interaction
  • Robert N. Whitehurst
  • Some causes of jealousy in young children
  • Mabel Sewell
  • III.
  • Patterns of violence between spouses and kin
  • Physical abuse among applicants for divorce
  • George Levinger
  • Criminal and civil liability in husband-wife assaults
  • Robert Calvert
  • Overview
  • Family members as murder victims
  • Stuart Palmer
  • IV.
  • Approaches to controlling violence
  • Why intimates must fight
  • George R. Bach and Peter Wyden
  • On the management of conflict in families
  • Jetse Sprey
  • Family interaction patterns, drug treatment, and change in social aggression
  • Melvin Cohen, Norbert Freedman, David M. Engelhardt, and Reuben A. Margolis
  • I.
  • The study and modification of intra-familial violence
  • Morton Bard
  • Part three.
  • Violent parents
  • V.
  • Physical punishment
  • When parents hit out
  • Myrna Blumberg
  • Social class differences in parents' use of physical punishment
  • Howard S. Erlanger
  • Intra-family violence
  • Some social antecedents of physical punishment: a linkage theory interpretation
  • Murray A. Straus
  • Occupational environment in relation to physical punishment and dogmatism
  • Suzanne K. Steinmetz
  • VI.
  • Abusive parents
  • A history of child abuse and infanticide
  • Samuel X. Radbill
  • The Kent State four should have studied more
  • James A. Michener
  • General introduction: social myth and social system in the study of intra-family violence
  • Parents who hate
  • Leontine Young
  • Child abuse as psychopathology: a sociological critique and reformation
  • Richard A. Gelles
  • VII.
  • Helping parents and protecting children
  • A conceptual model of child abuse and its implications for social policy
  • David G. Gil
  • Treatment of child abuse
  • Serapio R. Zalba
  • Suzanne K. Steinmetz and Murray A. Straus
  • The abused parent of the abused child
  • Sidney Wasserman
  • Part four.
  • The family as training ground for societal violence
  • VIII.
  • The family and individual violence
  • Making Pete tough
  • Jules Henry
  • The sources of aggression in the home
  • Robert R. Sears, Eleanor E. Maccoby, and Harry Levin
  • Force and violence in family
  • Physical frustration and murder
  • Stuart Palmer
  • The family and violence
  • James S. Campbell
  • IX.
  • The family and socially patterned violence
  • The family and the subculture of violence
  • Claude Brown
  • Repressive parents and violent social controls
  • T. W. Adorno, Else Frenkel-Brunswik, Daniel J. Levinson, and Nevitt Sanford
  • William J. Goode
  • The family life and hawkish students
  • Robert A. Lewis
  • A psychoanalyst looks at student revolutionaries
  • Herbert Hendin
  • X.
  • Learning non-violence in the family context
  • Children should learn about violence
  • Bruno Bettelheim
  • Catharsis - a questionable mode of coping with violence
  • Albert Bandura and Richard H. Walters
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
ix, 337 pages
Isbn
9780060464196
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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