Confronting Child Maltreatment Through Recreation

Title

Confronting Child Maltreatment Through Recreation

Files

Description

By David L. Jewell, College at Brockport professor emeritus.

Includes chapter by College at Brockport faculty members Joseph E. Balog and Linda F. Balog: Children under stress.

Rev. ed of: Confronting child abuse through recreation.

ISBN

0398069360

Publication Date

1999

Publication Information

Springfield, Ill. : C.C. Thomas, c1999.

xx, 359 p. : illustrations ; 27 cm.

Disciplines

Recreational Therapy

Department

Recreation & Leisure Studies

Comments

Located in Drake Library at: HV741 .J45 1999

CONTENTS: Defining abuse and its types -- How serious is the problem? -- The bad news -- Some myths of child maltreatment -- The cost of maltreatment -- Indicators of sexual abuse -- Indicators of physical abuse -- Indicators of emotional abuse -- Indicators of neglect -- Children under stress / by Joseph E. Balog and Linda F. Balog -- Selection of recreation staff -- Maltreatment, recreation and the law -- Becoming a member of the team -- Developing policies on child maltreatment -- Assisting investigators : interviewing suspected victims -- Programming for prevention and treatment -- Adventure games in the treatment of abused children / by Robert G. MacDonald -- Appendices.