The Connection between Animal Abuse and Family Violence: A Selected Annotated Bibliography
Contributor(s):: Sharon L. Nelson
This selected annotated bibliography assembles legal and social literature that examines the link between domestic violence and animal abuse. Drawing from an ever-growing body of written works dedicated to the issue, the bibliography presents the works that are most informative and useful to the...
Family context and externalizing correlates of childhood animal cruelty in adjudicated delinquents
Contributor(s):: Walters, Glenn D., Noon, Alexandria
The treatment of animals within families of young children: Antecedents of compassion and cruelty
Contributor(s):: Stanek, Marjorie L., Renck Jalongo, Mary
The connection between domestic violence and animal cruelty in Puerto Rico: An anthropological study
Contributor(s):: Vazquez Soto, Nancy Y.
Violence against women is one of Puerto Rico’s most critical social problems and for this reason, anthropological thought is critically necessary. Some women in Puerto Rico are vulnerable to situations of violence and control through domestic violence while their animals become involved in...
Is childhood cruelty to animals a marker for physical maltreatment in a prospective cohort study of children?
Contributor(s):: McEwen, Fiona S., Moffitt, Terrie E., Arseneault, Louise
A comparison of the co-occurrence of family violence and animal abuse across violent and non-violent families
Contributor(s):: Gullone, Eleonora, Volant, Anne, Johnson, Judy
Animal cruelty: making the links with human violence
Contributor(s):: Easton, Kenneth L.
Cruelty to Animals and Violence to People
Contributor(s):: Petersen, Marie Louise, Farrington, David P.
Exploring the link between recurrent acts of childhood and adolescent animal cruelty and subsequent violent crime
Contributor(s):: Tallichet, Suzanne E., Hensley, Christopher
Exposure to domestic violence and animal cruelty in children
| Contributor(s):: Currie, Cheryl
The incidence of animal cruelty among children exposed to family violence has been inadequately documented in the research literature. The purpose of the present study was to examine whether children exposed to domestic violence were significantly more likely to be cruel to animals than children...
Guns, explosives, and puppy dog tails: The social function of animal cruelty
| Contributor(s):: Goodney-Lea, Suzanne R.
The criminal histories of animal cruelty offenders
| Contributor(s):: Levitt, Lacey
Childhood cruelty to animals in China: the relationship with psychological adjustment and family functioning
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| Contributor(s):: Wong, J., Mellor, D., Richardson, B., Xu, X.
Why family professionals can no longer ignore violence toward animals
| Contributor(s):: Flynn, Clifton P.
Domestic violence and animal cruelty: Untangling the web of abuse
| Contributor(s):: Faver, Catherine A., Strand, Elizabeth B.
From animal abuse to interhuman violence? A critical review of the progression thesis
| Contributor(s):: Beirne, P.
This paper reviews evidence of a progression from animal abuse to interhuman violence. It finds that the ''progression thesis" is supported not by a coherent research program but by disparate studies often lacking methodological and conceptual clarity. Set in the context of a debate...
"I'll only help you if you have two legs," or, why human service professionals should pay attention to cases involving cruelty to animals
| Contributor(s):: Loar, Lynn
A congressional view of the cycle of violence
| Contributor(s):: Cohen, William S.
Abuse of children and abuse of animals: using the links to inform child assessment and protection
| Contributor(s):: Boat, Barbara W.
Animal abuse and family violence in a rural environment
| Contributor(s):: Lembke, Lisa