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Battered child and infanticide

International Reference Organization in Forensic Medicine

Battered child and infanticide

the bibliography of references on battered child & infanticide

by International Reference Organization in Forensic Medicine

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Published by The Organization in Wichita, Kan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cruelty to children -- Bibliography,
  • Infanticide -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe bibliography of references on battered child infanticide
    ContributionsEckert, William G., 1926-, Noguchi, Thomas T., 1927-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7164C5 I6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[32] leaves.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20694361M

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    Yet infanticide—the killing of an infant at the hands of a parent—has been an accepted practice for disposing of unwanted or deformed children since prehistoric times. Despite human repugnance for the act, most societies, both ancient and contemporary, have practiced infanticide. (as in battered child syndrome), or to seek revenge on a.   The concept of child abuse as a medical entity has its origin in the studies of the pediatric radiologist, John Caffey, MD, 4 as well as many other specialists in the field of diagnostic imaging. Kempe 5 relied heavily on the work of Caffey and his protégé, Frederick Silverman, MD, 6 when developing the familiar concept of the “battered child syndrome.”Cited by:

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InKempe published an article, ‘The Battered Child Syndrome’, in the Journal of the American Medical Association; purposefully choosing the dramatic term ‘battered child’, he later commented, as a ‘jazzy title, designed to get physicians’ attention’.

9 The article’s co-authors were a professor of paediatrics, Henry Silver; a professor of psychiatry, Brandt Author: Jennifer Crane. First published inThe Battered Child quickly became a landmark work.

Our awareness of child abuse today is due in no small part to the remarkable impact of its first and subsequent editions. Our awareness of child abuse today is due in no small part to the remarkable impact of its first and subsequent editions. xv, p. 25 cm Includes bibliographies A history of child abuse and infanticide / S.X Radbill -- Incidence of child abuse and demographic characteristics of persons involved / D.G.

Gil -- The responsibility and role of the physician / R.E. Helfer -- Radiologic aspects of the battered child syndrome / F.N. Silverman -- The pathology of child abuse / J.T. Weston -- A Pages:   Abstract. Battered child is a crucial social and medical issue, which represents a major cause of morbidity and mortality among children.

The ‘child abuse syndrome’ is a clinical condition in young children who have received serious physical abuse, and should be considered in any child exhibiting evidence of fracture of any bone, subdural haematoma, failure to thrive, Author: Antonina Argo, Giuseppe Lo Re, Elvira Ventura Spagnolo, Alberto Calandra, Marija Čaplinskiené, Agata.

Battered child syndrome is the name for the combination of physical and psychological problems that are found in children after a history of repeated abuse. Battered Child Syndrome as a concept was developed in by Kempe and colleagues [ 4 ].

Battered child syndrome is a tragic and disturbing phenomenon. Unfortunately, it is a crime that is often successfully hidden by its perpetrators. Law enforcement has an important role to play in uncovering cases of battered child syndrome and gathering evidence for.

In the paediatrician C. Henry Kempe published an article entitled ‘The Battered Child Syndrome’ in the Journal of the American Medical Association, which was co-authored by experts in paediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynaecology and radiology. 1 The article characterised the battered child syndrome as ‘a clinical condition in young children Cited by: 4.

Battered child syndrome describes nonaccidental trauma to children, representing a major cause of morbidity and mortality during childhood The abuse usually is inflicted by boyfriends, step-parents, baby sitters, and others responsible for the child's care.

Abuse is more common among stepchildren, handicapped, and first-born children. A decade after The Battered Child Syndrome paper was published, Dr. Kempe founded The Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect. Professionals at the Kempe Center work to improve the care and well-being of all children by strengthening families, communities, and the systems that serve them.

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In book: Encyclopedia of Adolescence One was an infant, 4 were preschool-age children, 4 were school-age children and 4 were adolescents. Battered Child Syndrome is. Female infanticide and sex-selective abortions are one of the many unintended consequences of the one-child policy. For every boys in China, there are now only girls.

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WorkersFile Size: 1MB. Child Abuse. child abuse, physical, sexual, or emotional maltreatment or neglect of children by parents, guardians, or others responsible for a child's welfare.

Physical abuse is characterized by physical injury, usually inflicted as a result of a. Studies show it's never too early to start reading to infants.

Add the best baby books to your child's home library, and get ready for snuggly story time. Battered child syndrome: A disease in which children are physically abused. The battered child syndrome is a form of child abuse. Not until the 19th century were children granted the same legal status as domesticated animals in regard to protection against cruelty and/or neglect.

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Battered child syndrome refers to injuries sustained by a child as a result of physical abuse, usually inflicted by an adult caregiver. Alternative terms include: shaken baby; shaken baby syndrome; child abuse; and non-accidental trauma (NAT).Physical Child Abuse.

Child physical abuse is defined by the World Health Organisation () as actions or inactions, which result in actual or potential physical harm, that are within the control of or preventable by the parent, carer, or authorised person (such as a school teacher). From: Child Abuse and Neglect, Related terms.Child abuse or child maltreatment is physical, sexual, and/or psychological maltreatment or neglect of a child or children, especially by a parent or a caregiver.

Child abuse may include any act or failure to act by a parent or a caregiver that results in actual or potential harm to a child, and can occur in a child's home.