Handbook of Political Violence and Children

Psychosocial Effects, Intervention, and Prevention Policy
 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 2. September 2020
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  • 400 Seiten
 
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Political violence has disrupted the lives of millions of children around the world. Responding to the gravity and scale of this phenomenon, this volume is intended to stimulate discussion and research on children's exposure to political violence and its psycho-social effects. It brings together for the first time in a single volume three areas of scientific activity in different disciplines: research on effects, programs for intervention, and laws and policy for prevention of political violence to children. Section I presents reviews of research on children exposed to political violence, including child soldiers and refugee children, as well as an examination of methodology and ethics. Section II contains research on interventions with children exposed to political violence, including individual therapy and school, family, and community interventions. Section III covers legal and social issues in deterring the recruitment of children to violent causes and protecting children in armed conflict. Pulling together the work of leading scholars and practitioners in the social sciences and international law, this volume argues that the prevention of political violence to children is possible, and it provides a crucial basis for ideas for prevention.
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978-0-19-087456-8 (9780190874568)
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Charles W. Greenbaum is James Marshall Emeritus Professor of Social Psychology at the Hebrew University. Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia is Gordon Brown Chair and Professor of Social Work at the Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Carolyn Hamilton is a barrister and Professor Emeritus of Law at the University of Essex. She is currently the Director of International Programs and Research at Coram Children's Legal Centre and Director of Coram International.
Foreword by Michael Wessells Introduction: Integration of knowledge on children and political violence Charles W. Greenbaum, Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia, and Carolyn Hamilton Part I: Major issues in research on the exposure of children to political violence Chapter 1. Developmental Aspects of Political Violence: Attachment Theoretical Approach Raija-Leena Punamaki Chapter 2. Growing up with Fear: The Impact of Terrorism and Political Violence on the Development of Children James Garbarino, Amy Governale, and Danielle Nesi Chapter 3. A Systematic Review of the Socio-Economic Effects of Exposure to Political Conflict Sami H. Miaari and Amit Loewenthal Chapter 4. Ethical and Methodological Considerations for Researching Children Exposed to Political Violence Cyril Bennouna and Lindsay Stark Chapter 5. Effects of Political Violence Exposure on the Family and Parenting Environment: The Case of Palestinians and Israelis Eric F. Dubow, Lynnel C. Goodman, Paul Boxer, Erika Y. Niwa, L. Rowell Huesmann, Simha Landau, Shira Dvir Gvirsman, Khalil Shikaki, and Cathy Smith Chapter 6. The Relationship between the Exposure of Palestinian Adolescents to Cumulative Political Violence and the Development of Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms: A Study of the Moderating Effects of Age, Gender, and Parenting Styles Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia and Charles W. Greenbaum Chapter 7. Paying Attention to the Children: The Intergenerational Transmission of Father's Traumatic Wartime Captivity Zahava Solomon, Gadi Zerach, and Alana Siegel Chapter 8. The Development of Moral Thinking in Youth Exposed to War-related Violence Cecilia Wainryb Chapter 9. Children Born of War in Northern Uganda: Stigma, Marginalization, and Resistance Myriam Denov Chapter 10. "My Heart Feels Chained": The Effects of Economic Precarity on Syrian Refugee Parents Living in Lebanon Bree Akesson and Dena Badawi Part II: Interventions for enabling resilience in the face of political violence Chapter 11. Self-Regulation Capacities in Children Exposed to Trauma and Political Violence Sophie Brickman, Meir Fox, and Ruth Pat-Horenczyk Chapter 12. Teachers as Agents of Clinical Practice during Armed Conflict Michelle Slone, Yael Mayer, and Ayelet Gilady Chapter 13. Empowering Culturally Diverse Populations Affected by Violence: Realizing the Promise of Strengthening Family Interventions Jordan Farrar and Theresa Betancourt Chapter 14. Promoting resilience in children exposed to war and political violence by strengthening parenting Abigail Gewirtz, Hayley Anne Rahl-Brigman, and Kate Senich Chapter 15. Therapeutic Interventions with Israeli Children Exposed to Continuous Traumatic Stress of Political Violence Tamar Lavi Part III: Prevention of harm to children and families from political violence: Law and Public Policy Chapter 16. Children not Soldiers: Preventing the Recruitment and Use of Children by Armed Forces and Groups Francesca Capone Chapter 17. The Role of the International Criminal Court in the Prevention of Exposure of Children to Political Violence Gloria-Atiba Davies Chapter 18. Transitional Justice and Children: Prioritizing Child Protection and Education Reform Cecile Aptel, Saudamini Siegrist, and Friedrich Affolter Chapter 19. Gendering Security: The Role of Young Women and Girls in Terrorism and (Countering) Violent Extremism Elizabeth Yarrow Chapter 20. Conclusion: Research, Intervention, and Prevention of Children's Exposure to Political Violence : The Role of the Social Sciences and International law Charles W. Greenbaum, Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia, and Carolyn Hamilton

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