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Parents' experiences of being abused by their adolescent children : an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis study of Adolescent-to-Parent Violence and Abu...
Clarke, Kerry Rose
Dissertation/ Thesis Dissertation/ Thesis | 01/01/2015 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
Background: Adolescent-to-Parent Violence and Abuse (APVA) continues to be one of the ... más
Parents' experiences of being abused by their adolescent children : an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis study of Adolescent-to-Parent Violence and Abu...
01/01/2015
Background: Adolescent-to-Parent Violence and Abuse (APVA) continues to be one of the most hidden forms of family-abuse, remaining unrecognised at a policy level and under-researched at a theoretical level, especially in the United Kingdom. Although research has started to emerge, much of this has focussed on mapping the nature and extent of the phenomena with limited attention given to parents' lived experiences of parenting in the context of the adolescent child-to-parent abuse dynamic, which this study attempts to address. Given the complexities of accessing parent-victims of APVA, qualitative researchers have employed somewhat innovative methods, though Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) as used within the present study has been relatively overlooked having not been previously used in the UK, highlighting the need for additional research from wider perspectives into the area. Aim: With this in mind, the current study aimed to explore the lived experience of parents who describe being violently and/or abused by their adolescent child to gather a richer understanding of how adolescent-to-parent violence and abuse impacts upon the parenting experience. Method: This research employed a qualitative design using semi-structured interviews with 6 parents (5 mothers and 1 father); the majority of whom were in their early to late 40's. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) was used to develop a rich and multi-layered account of participants' experiences. Results: The analysis produced four superordinate themes. These were: 'Not knowing and the search for answers': Needing to understand, "I love him but I don't like him": Facing and avoiding complex emotions, "Like playing chess with the grand master": Parenting amidst abuse and "I won't be defined by fear": Temporality and seeking change. The superordinate themes and corresponding subordinate themes are discussed in relation to the relevant literature. Clinical implications, methodological considerations and directions for future research are also presented. Implications: This research provided insight into the lived experience of being a parent within an APVA dynamic. The research highlighted the challenges faced by parents as they maintain parental responsibility for a child who is perceptibly abusing them and the ways that the current systems and absence of policy serve to maintain this dynamic. It also emphasised the importance of how parents seek to identify causation as a way of negating parental blame and the associated experience of shame which emerged as underpinning wider complex emotions, particularly fear. It also highlighted the need for timely and specific guidance, support and interventions to parents who experience this unique yet increasingly reported form of family-abuse from a Clinical Psychology and wider professional perspective.

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616.85 - parent - child - adolescent - violence - abuse - IPA

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Analysing child to parent violence (CPV)Analizando la violencia de niño a padre
López Alonso, María Silvia
Periodical Periodical | LÓPEZ ALONSO, M. S. (2019). Analysing child to parent violence (CPV). Revista INFAD de Psicología. International Journal of Developmental and Educational Psychology, 1(2), 107-116. doi:https://doi.org/10.17060/ijodaep.2019.n2.v1.166210.17060/ijodaep.2019.n2.v1.1662 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Handbook of Marriage and the Family [Recurso electronico] / edited by Gary W. Peterson, Kevin R. Bush
LIBRO-E | 2013.
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Factors associated with violence against Peruvian children at school
Arias-Gallegos, Walter L.;Rivera, Renzo
Conference Conference | 2019 IEEE Sciences and Humanities International Research Conference (SHIRCON) Sciences and Humanities International Research Conference (SHIRCON), 2019 IEEE. :1-4 Nov, 2019 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Concepciones sobre la violencia filio-parental en el contexto de Servicios Sociales: un estudio exploratorio / Conceptions about child-to-parents violence in social services: an exploratory...
Moral Arroyo, Gonzalo Del;Varela Garay, Rosa María;Suárez Relinque, Cristia...
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Acción Psicológica. June 2015 12(1):11-22 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
El número de denuncias por violencia filio-parental (VFP) está aumentando significativ... más
Concepciones sobre la violencia filio-parental en el contexto de Servicios Sociales: un estudio exploratorio / Conceptions about child-to-parents violence in social services: an exploratory...
Acción Psicológica. June 2015 12(1):11-22
El número de denuncias por violencia filio-parental (VFP) está aumentando significativamente en los últimos años. Sin embargo los dispositivos y servicios especializados para atender esta problemática son aún escasos, ocupándose en muchas ocasiones los profesionales de Servicios Sociales de la intervención en estos casos. El objetivo de este estudio es conocer las concepciones que estos profesionales tienen respecto de la VFP y las características de las familias en las que tiene lugar este tipo de violencia. Aplicando un diseño de investigación cualitativo de corte inductivo se analizaron las respuestas de 43 profesionales de Servicios Sociales siguiendo los pasos propuestos por la Teoría General Inductiva (análisis temático de frecuencias, generación y depuración de categorías, creación de modelos de categorías principales y secundarias). Los resultados indican que las concepciones de los profesionales se clasifican en dos tipos: las conductuales y las relacionales y se situarían a lo largo de la dimensión unidireccionalidad-bidireccionalidad de la violencia. Hay un acuerdo generalizado en que no existe un único tipo de familia en el que sea más probable la VFP aunque sí identifican algunos indicadores familiares que se relacionan con la mayor probabilidad de desarrollo de violencia de hijos a padres (estilos parentales permisivo-sobreprotector, autoritario-violento, el negligente y el confuso; inversión de roles; falta de habilidades parentales y dificultades económicas).
The number of reported adolescent-towards-parents violence cases is increasing significantly in recent years. However, the specialized services to deal with this problem are still scarce, dealing in many cases practitioners of Social Services intervention in these cases. The aim of this study is to analyze the conceptions of these workers about adolescent-towards-parents violence and what are the family characteristics most strongly associated with this type of violence according to their beliefs. Using an inductive qualitative research design was analyzed responses of 43 workers from Social Services, using as a guide the Inductive General Theory phases (frequency thematic analysis, generation and depuration of categories, creation of models and networks of primary and secondary categories). The results indicate that the definitions of the professionals are divided in two types: behavioral and relational, and can be situated along the unidirectional-bidirectional dimension of violence. There is general agreement that there isn't a single type of family in which violence is more likely although some indicators are related to the increased likelihood of development of abuse from children to parents (permissive parenting styles-overprotective, authoritarian, violent, neglectful and confused, role reversal, lack of parenting skills and economic difficulties).

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Psychology, Applied - violence child-to-parents - family - adolescence - Social Services - qualitative research - violencia filio-parental - familia - adolescencia - Servicios Sociales - investigación cualitativa

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Handbook of Culturally Responsive School Mental Health [Recurso electronico] : Advancing Research, Training, Practice, and Policy / edited by Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers, Zewelanji N. Serpell, Mark D. Weist
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Do parents and carers experiencing violent and challenging behaviour from their children fit with safeguarding models of support? Messages from a Facebook study
Philip Heslop, author;Su McAnelly, author;Jane Wilcockson, author;Yvonne Ne...
Academic Journal Academic Journal | The Journal of Adult Protection, 2019, Vol. 21, Issue 6, pp. 285-295. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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The None in Three Victim Responsiveness Assessment (Ni3: VRA): a new outcome measure for intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention programs
Agata Debowska, author;Daniel Boduszek, author;Dominic Willmott, author;Ade...
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Journal of Children's Services, 2019, Vol. 14, Issue 2, pp. 97-106. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Positive Relationships [Recurso electrónico] : Evidence Based Practice across the World / edited by Sue Roffey
LIBRO-E | 2012
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Gendered practices in child protection: shifting mother accountability and father invisibility in situations of domestic violence
Archer-Kuhn, Beth;de Villiers, Stefan
Periodical Periodical | Social Inclusion, 7, 1, 228-237, "Producing people" in documents and meetings in human service organizations Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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Gendered practices in child protection: shifting mother accountability and father invisibility in situations of domestic violence
Social Inclusion, 7, 1, 228-237, "Producing people" in documents and meetings in human service organizations
This article reports on an exploratory, qualitative, multiple-methods study that included individual interviews and a focus group with child protection services (CPS) workers in a large city in Alberta, Canada. The findings illuminate current CPS worker practices in situations of domestic violence where inclusion and exclusion decisions are made for service provision, and the ways in which documents reflect these day-to-day practices; how service user descriptions are constructed and reconstructed, the social problem of domestic violence conceptualized, and the ways in which professional development training encourages critical thinking about existing practices to create new solutions for families experiencing domestic violence. Thematic analysis reveals three themes about CPS workers' experience: 1) current practices reflect invisibility of men and accountability of women; 2) personal and professional shift in perspectives on who to work with, gender expectations, and how CPS are delivered; and 3) reflexive practice into potential intervention strategies and professional development training. The findings suggest specific recommendations for practice including the need to engage men in child welfare practice, shift perspective about service delivery with families experiencing domestic violence, and account for gender norms and practices in service delivery.

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Soziologie, Anthropologie - Soziale Probleme und Sozialdienste - Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie - Sociology & anthropology - Social problems and services - Social sciences, sociology, anthropology - child protection - father invisibility - gender norms - masculinity - mother accountability - parental inclusion - professional development - Jugendsoziologie, Soziologie der Kindheit - soziale Probleme - Familiensoziologie, Sexualsoziologie - Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung - Sociology of the Youth, Sociology of Childhood - Social Problems - Family Sociology, Sociology of Sexual Behavior - Women's Studies, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies - Kinderschutz - häusliche Gewalt - Vater - Mutter - Geschlechtsrolle - Eltern - Männlichkeit - Beruf - domestic violence - father - mother - gender role - parents - occupation

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SSOAR – Social Science Open Access Repository

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What will make my child’s school safer? Parent perceptions of active shooter preparedness
Lacey Nicole Wallace, author
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Safer Communities, 2020, Vol. 19, Issue 3, pp. 145-159. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Narrative Development in Adolescence [Recurso electrónico] : Creating the Storied Self / edited by Kate C. McLean, Monisha Pasupathi
LIBRO-E | 2010.
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Youthful parricide: child abuse is not the primary motivator (invited paper)
Sherry A. Thompson, author;Brooke Thompson, author
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 2019, Vol. 5, Issue 4, pp. 253-263. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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A Child's Right to a Healthy Environment [Recurso electrónico] / edited by James Garbarino, Garry Sigman
LIBRO-E | 2010.
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'Evidence' of neglect as a form of structural violence: parents with intellectual disabilities and custody deprivation
Rice, James G.;Sigurjónsdóttir, Hanna Björg
Periodical Periodical | Social Inclusion, 6, 2, 66-73, Global perspectives on disability Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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'Evidence' of neglect as a form of structural violence: parents with intellectual disabilities and custody deprivation
Social Inclusion, 6, 2, 66-73, Global perspectives on disability
This contribution draws upon the findings from a multi-year project in Iceland entitled Family Life and Disability. One goal of the project was to analyse whether or not parents with intellectual disabilities (ID) experienced differential treatment in custody deprivation proceedings. The dataset consisted of the analysis of publicly available court documents concerning custody deprivation cases from 2012 to 2017. The project later expanded its dataset to include supplementary information provided by parents. The initial findings mirrored that of the international literature, that parents with ID faced disproportionate levels of permanent custody deprivation and prejudicial attitudes from the child protection system. This contribution critically explores the evidence of parenting neglect that forms of basis for custody deprivation in our dataset. Both authors noted a preponderance of evidence in our dataset that appeared strange and at times absurd, and generally did not appear in cases were ID was not a factor. We contend that this evidence played a prejudicial role in the outcome of these cases. In conclusion we argue that the patterned reliance upon this kind of "evidence" is a form of structural violence which serves to unjustly exclude marginalised groups from the parenting role.

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Soziologie, Anthropologie - Soziale Probleme und Sozialdienste - Sociology & anthropology - Social problems and services - Familiensoziologie, Sexualsoziologie - soziale Probleme - Kriminalsoziologie, Rechtssoziologie, Kriminologie - Family Sociology, Sociology of Sexual Behavior - Social Problems - Criminal Sociology, Sociology of Law - Island - Eltern - elterliches Sorgerecht - geistige Behinderung - Kinderschutz - strukturelle Gewalt - Iceland - parents - child custody - mental disability - child protection - structural violence

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The ageing process in older adults’ narratives of family violence
Ana João Santos, author;Ana Paula Gil, author;Oscar Ribeiro, author
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 2019, Vol. 20, Issue 2, pp. 56-66. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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FACTORES COMUNITARIOS QUE FAVORECEN LA VIOLENCIA FILIOPARENTAL: UN ENFOQUE SOCIOEDUCATIVO. (Spanish)
March Ortega, Rafael
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Ensayos: Revista de la Facultad de Educacion de Albacete; 2019, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p69-83, 15p Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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FACTORES COMUNITARIOS QUE FAVORECEN LA VIOLENCIA FILIOPARENTAL: UN ENFOQUE SOCIOEDUCATIVO. (Spanish)
Ensayos: Revista de la Facultad de Educacion de Albacete; 2019, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p69-83, 15p
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TEENAGE parents - VALUES (Ethics) - PARENTS - AUTHORITY - TEENAGERS - MASS media

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Complementary Index

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