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Message ID: 9230
Date: 2012-07-25

Author:Willems J (IR)

Subject:RE: childhood emotional/psychological maltreatment

To add a note: on the irrelevance of these and other child maltreatment subcategories in the light of (the impact/consequences of) parents' motives see: Young-Bruehl, Elisabeth, Childism: Confronting Prejudice Against Children, Yale University Press, New Haven and London 2012 Kind regards, Dr Jan CM Willems Children's rights, child maltreatment, structural prevention Department of International and European Law and Maastricht Centre for Human Rights Maastricht University Faculty of Law, The Netherlands Latest book: Children’s rights and human development, www.intersentia.be/searchdetail.aspx?bookid=101461 ________________________________ Van: bounce-62715249-11251060@list.cornell.edu [bounce-62715249-11251060@list.cornell.edu] namens Hurst, Tamara [Tamara.Hurst@choa.org] Verzonden: maandag 23 juli 2012 23:22 Aan: Child-Maltreatment-Research-L@cornell.edu Onderwerp: childhood emotional/psychological maltreatment I am seeking input as to whether the constructs of childhood emotional maltreatment and childhood psychological maltreatment are interchangeable or if they have distinct operational definitions. Most literature utilizes one term or the other without distinction, including position papers by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Prevent Child Abuse America. It seems only a few researchers (i.e. Hart & Karlson, 1996) have taken a stand as to which construct and definition is more accurate and preferable. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Tamara Hurst, LCSW Doctoral Candidate, The University of Georgia Doris Duke Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being hurst28@uga.edu

To add a note: on the irrelevance of these and other child maltreatment subcategories in the light of (the impact/consequences of) parents' motives see: Young-Bruehl, Elisabeth, Childism: Confronting Prejudice Against Children, Yale University Press, New Haven and London 2012 Kind regards, Dr Jan CM Willems Children's rights, child maltreatment, structural prevention Department of International and European Law and Maastricht Centre for Human Rights Maastricht University Faculty of Law, The Netherlands Latest book: Children’s rights and human development, www.intersentia.be/searchdetail.aspx?bookid=101461 ________________________________ Van: bounce-62715249-11251060list.cornell.edu [bounce-62715249-11251060list.cornell.edu] namens Hurst, Tamara [Tamara.Hurstchoa.org] Verzonden: maandag 23 juli 2012 23:22 Aan: Child-Maltreatment-Research-Lcornell.edu Onderwerp: childhood emotional/psychological maltreatment I am seeking input as to whether the constructs of childhood emotional maltreatment and childhood psychological maltreatment are interchangeable or if they have distinct operational definitions. Most literature utilizes one term or the other without distinction, including position papers by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Prevent Child Abuse America. It seems only a few researchers (i.e. Hart & Karlson, 1996) have taken a stand as to which construct and definition is more accurate and preferable. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Tamara Hurst, LCSW Doctoral Candidate, The University of Georgia Doris Duke Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being hurst28uga.edu