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Taking animal abuse seriously: a human services perspective

By Suzanne Barnard

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Date 1999
Publication Title Child abuse, domestic violence, and animal abuse : linking the circles of compassion for prevention and intervention
Pages 101-108
ISBN/ISSN ISBN: 1557531420 (cloth : alk. paper); 97815575314
Publisher Purdue University Press
Location of Publication West Lafayette, Ind.
Language English
Notes ill. ; 24 cm. Foreword / Hugh H. Tebault, Sr. -- Animal Cruelty and Societal Violence: A Brief Look Back from the Front / Randall Lockwood -- Protecting Children and Animals from Abuse: A Trans-Species Concept of Caring / James Garbarino -- Evolutions -- The Evolution of Animal Welfare as a Human Welfare Concern / Phil Arkow -- Working Out the Beast: An Alternative History of Western Humaneness / James A. Serpell -- The Abuse of Animals and Human Interpersonal Violence: Making the Connection / Frank R. Ascione -- Another Weapon for Combating Family Violence: Prevention of Animal Abuse / Charlotte A. Lacroix -- Connections--Child Abuse -- Abuse of Children and Abuse of Animals: Using the Links to Inform Child Assessment and Protection / Barbara W. Boat -- Taking Animal Abuse Seriously: A Human Services Perspective / Suzanne Barnard -- The Link's Direct Connection to Child Protective Services / Robert P. Hall -- "I'll Only Help You If You Have Two Legs," or, Why Human Service Professionals Should Pay Attention to Cases Involving Cruelty to Animals / Lynn Loar -- First-Person Account: Cruelty to Animals, Cruelty to Children -- Connections--Domestic Violence -- Animal Abuse and the Victims of Domestic Violence / Star Jorgensen, Lisa Maloney -- Resistance to The Link at a Domestic Violence Shelter / Anne Grant -- Animal Abuse and Family Violence / Jane Ann Quinlisk -- First-Person Account: Life and Death inside the Cycles of Violence / Marsha Millikin -- First-Person Account: A Survivor Remembers / Annette W. Includes bibliographical references and index./ Also issued online. edited by Frank R. Ascione and Phil Arkow. Book
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  1. Animal cruelty
  2. Animal welfare
  3. Child abuse
  4. Cruelty
  5. Domestic animals
  6. Domestic violence
  7. Family
  8. Violence