by U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English
|Statement||Sherry L. Hamby and David Finkelhor.|
|Series||Juvenile justice bulletin|
|Contributions||United States. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.|
|LC Classifications||HV6250.4.Y68 H35 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||2001337892|
Choosing an appropriate victimization instrument requires consideration of several issues: (1) the type of victimization to be measured; (2) whether there will be interviews or only a self-administered questionnaire; (3) whether results need to correspond to official crime and child protection categories; (4) the period of time for which data. from book Handbook of Youth and Justice (pp) Juvenile Crime Victims in the Justice System. Choosing and Using Child Victimization Questionnaires. Choosing and Using Child Victimization Questionnaires. Date Published. March 1, Series. OJJDP Crimes Against Children Series. Sponsored or Published. Published. Violence by Teenage Girls: Trends and Context. Date Published. May 1, A survey of state child protection administrators” (with Lisa Jones and Kathy Kopiec). Child Abuse & Neglect, 25 (9): (CV44) “Factors in the under-reporting of crimes against juveniles” (with Richard Ormrod). Child Maltreatment, 6 (3): (CV25) “Choosing and using child victimization questionnaires” (with Sherry Hamby).
The fourth National Incidence Study of Child Abuse and Neglect (the NIS-4) gathers information from multiple sources to estimate the number of children who are abused or neglected children, providing information about the nature and severity of the maltreatment, the characteristics of the children, perpetrators, and families, and the extent of changes in the incidence or distribution of child. Choosing and Using Child Victimization Questionnaires, OJJDP, March , NCJ (16 pages). PDF HTML NCJRS Abstract National Crime Victims' Rights Week: Reach for the Stars, April , Resource Guide, OVC, January , NCJ ( pages). Choosing and Using Child Victimization Questionnaires, OJJDP, March , NCJ (16 pages). PDF HTML NCJRS Abstract: Choosing Punishments: Crime Control Effects of Sentences, NIJ-Sponsored, May , NCJ (90 pages). Choosing & Using Child Victimization Questionnaires Full-text article by Sherry Hambey & David Finkelhor includes guidelines for selecting victimization questionnaires. SurveyMonkey SurveyMonkey's purpose: to enable anyone to create professional online surveys quickly and .
Melanie Killen, Nancy Geyelin Margie, in Advances in Child Development and Behavior, b. Bullying/Victimization. In its extreme, peer exclusion is a form of bullying or victimization. By definition, bullying/victimization involves an aggressive relationship between two or more people that is based on an imbalance of power (Espelage & Swearer, ; Graham & Juvonen, . 1. Introduction. Child exposure to adult domestic violence has increasingly become a concern for both practitioners and researchers. For example, new research in child welfare systems has revealed that large proportions of children under protective supervision are exposed to adult domestic violence but that screening and investigation of the violence is often inadequate (English et al., Cited by: Domestic violence is a widespread problem throughout the world. A global research review utilizing samples from 48 countries revealed that 10–69% of women reported experiencing physical violence at the hands of an intimate partner or spouse (Heise et al. ).In the United States, over one third of women (%) and over one fourth of men (%) report experiencing physical, sexual, or. Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence Victimization Assessment Instruments for Use in Healthcare Settings Purpose of this document This document is a compilation of existing tools for assessing intimate partner violence (IPV) and sexual violence (SV) victimization (deﬁned below) in clinical/healthcare settings.