Child Abuse

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    Physical Abuse In High Risk Families
    Julie Taylor - Paperback - Dunedin Academic
    Most child maltreatment occurs within the context of high risk families. There are ethical, economic and ecological reasons why physical abuse in such families should be a major concern. In this book, the authors provide an increased understanding of risk, analysis, impact, learning and the current landscape of service delivery in relation to the physical abuse of children living in high risk families for professional, postgraduate and policy-making audiences.
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    The Cupboard Under The Stairs: A Boy Trapped In Hell--
    Paul Mason - Paperback - Mainstream
    Paul Mason's father was a policeman. He was also a member of a sadistic paedophile ring that operated on the outskirts of Carlisle during the 1960s. He would keep Paul locked up and naked in a tiny cupboard under the stairs of their home before sexually abusing him. This title tells Paul's story.
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    If Only I Had Told: The Shocking True Story From The Girl At The Heart Of Orkney's Satanic Sex Ring
    Esther W. - Paperback - Ebury Press
    A personal, brave memoir and a shocking true account of how two very bad men and a flawed system let a whole community down. 'In 1991, social workers snatched nine children from four families on a tiny Orkney Island amid allegations of a satanic sex abuse circle. Those false allegations had been made by my younger brothers and sisters. It wasn't their fault. They didn't stand a chance'.
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    Annie's Girl: How An Abandoned Orphan Finally Discovered The Truth About Her Mother
    Maureen Coppinger - Paperback - Mainstream Publishing
    This touching and evocative memoir is the incredible story of an illegitimate industrial school survivor's profound struggle to overcome a shame-filled past and solve the mystery of her origins.
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    Preventing Child Deaths: Learning From Review
    Sharon Vincent - Paperback - Dunedin Academic
    Up to half of all deaths of children and young people are from non-natural causes. Evidence suggests that a significant proportion of these deaths, which are the result of accidents, suicide, sudden unexpected deaths in infants or homicide, may be preventable. This book investigates the causes of death in young people.
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    No More Silence
    David Whelan - Paperback - HarperElement
    David had everything. No-one knew the London businessman was born into a world beyond poverty, the son of a rapist father and disturbed mother. Abandoned as a baby, he spent most of his childhood in care and suffered appalling sexual abuse. A call from his abuser's wife, 30 years on, proved he was living in a house of cards.
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    Annie's Girl: How An Abandoned Orphan Finally Discovered The Truth About Her Mother
    Maureen Coppinger - Paperback - Mainstream
    This touching and evocative memoir is the incredible story of an illegitimate industrial school survivor's profound struggle to overcome a shame-filled past and solve the mystery of her origins.
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    Disruptive: How I Triumphed Over Years Of Abuse From Those Who Were Supposed To Protect Me
    Angela Bayley - Paperback - Synchrony
    Abuse, betrayal and negligence on a possibly unprecedented scale fail to break Angela's spirit. A sensitive and intelligent young girl and talented athlete, she is myopically labelled 'disruptive' by the incompetent authorities. This is her story.
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    What Daddy Did: The Shocking True Story Of A Little Girl Betrayed
    Donna Ford - Paperback - Vermilion
    In this haunting and frank account, Donna Ford writes about the horrific abuse she suffered as a child at the hands of her stepmother and, to a lesser extent, her father, and also about how this abuse continued even after her stepmother left the family home when she was eleven.
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    Learning From Child Deaths And Serious Abuse
    Sharon Vincent - Paperback - Dunedin
    Drawing on an analysis of high profile child death and abuse cases in Scotland, Dr. Vincent extracts the key themes and assesses the impact these cases have had on child protection policy and considers what we can learn from such cases.

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