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Characteristics Of Male Childhood Sexual Abuse, Teresa Solomon Billings, Judith Gardner Simolke Jan 2001

Characteristics Of Male Childhood Sexual Abuse, Teresa Solomon Billings, Judith Gardner Simolke

Theses Digitization Project

The current study investigated characteristics and case variables of sexually abused male children, and how those variables affect the outcome of cases investigated by Child Protective Services. Data was obtained from the RIverside County Department of Social Services, Child Welfare System/Case Management System. It was found that the largest percentages of perpetrators were the siblings of the victims.


The Effects Of Child Protective Investigations On Families, Children, And Workers In Unsubstantiated Cases, Tara Elizabeth Agajanian Jan 2001

The Effects Of Child Protective Investigations On Families, Children, And Workers In Unsubstantiated Cases, Tara Elizabeth Agajanian

Theses Digitization Project

The objective of this study was to determine some of the effects of child protective service investigations on families, children and the workers, when the allegations are determined to be unfounded and no abuse and/or neglect is further suspected.


A Comparison Study: Self-Report Of Verbal Abuse And Dependent/Insecure Personality Traits By Particpants [Sic] In Court Mandated Domestic Violence Treatment, Rosemary Jane Ferris Jan 2001

A Comparison Study: Self-Report Of Verbal Abuse And Dependent/Insecure Personality Traits By Particpants [Sic] In Court Mandated Domestic Violence Treatment, Rosemary Jane Ferris

Theses Digitization Project

This project examined existing data that measured whether men who completed court-mandated group treatment for domestic violence have lower measures of non-physical violence and dependent/insecure personality traits than their still enrolled counterparts. The data review used two anonymous self-report instruments: The Non-Physical Abuse of Partner Scale (NPAPS) and The Dependency and Insecurity in Romantic Love Scale (DIRLS).


Client Outcomes In The Adult Protective Service System, Susan Lee Brown Jan 2001

Client Outcomes In The Adult Protective Service System, Susan Lee Brown

Theses Digitization Project

This study examined the outcomes that clients are experiencing with the Adult Protective Services System in the County of San Bernardino. The study was exploratory and discriptive. Data were extracted from closed case records from the period of September 1, 1999 until August 31, 2000.


Ethnic Identity Formation And Self Esteem In Adolescents Of Mexican Descent, Barbara Jean Hale Jan 2001

Ethnic Identity Formation And Self Esteem In Adolescents Of Mexican Descent, Barbara Jean Hale

Theses Digitization Project

A survey of four classes of ELD (English language deficient) students of Mexican descent was performed at Rancho Verde High School, Moreno Valley, CA in March, 2001 in an attempt to determine whether adolescents of Mexican descent who develop an identity close to their Mexican roots have higher levels of self-esteem than those who develop an identity close to their American experience.


Evaluating Intervention Services For Perpetrators And Victims Of Domestic Violence, Budtri Ay Bhandhumani, Sandra Lea Book Jan 2000

Evaluating Intervention Services For Perpetrators And Victims Of Domestic Violence, Budtri Ay Bhandhumani, Sandra Lea Book

Theses Digitization Project

This study was to evaluate current agency programs that were available to aid victims of domestic violence and their effectiveness in reducing the long-term emotional state of victims. This study included participants from various Domestic Violence Programs located throughout San Bernardino, Riverside, and Los Angeles counties.


Violence In Teen Dating Relationships: Factors That May Influence The Occurrence Of Dating Violence, Bridgette Lynn Hernandez Jan 2000

Violence In Teen Dating Relationships: Factors That May Influence The Occurrence Of Dating Violence, Bridgette Lynn Hernandez

Theses Digitization Project

The current study used a Post-positivist paradigm and was quantitative in nature. In addition, it used a descriptive survey design, which utilized self-reported questionnaires. The final sample included 125 students, ages 18-20, in undergraduate psychology courses at a Southern California university. This study attempted to explore the differences between the tree types of dating violence profiles: 1) victim only, 2) perpetrator only and 3) mutually violent; however, only 37 participants completed the questionnaire, which made statistical analysis impossible. Nonetheless, this study explored differences in relation to the demographic characteristics and five variables: a) gender, b) self-esteem, c) severity of violence ...


Child Abuse Factors Which Influence Social Workers' Recommendations To The Court To Sustain A Petition Of Child Abuse, Marcia Marie Vreeken Jan 1996

Child Abuse Factors Which Influence Social Workers' Recommendations To The Court To Sustain A Petition Of Child Abuse, Marcia Marie Vreeken

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


A Constructivist Study Of The Experience Of Battered Women In A Shelter Setting, Robyn Noyes, Michelle Guymon Jan 1995

A Constructivist Study Of The Experience Of Battered Women In A Shelter Setting, Robyn Noyes, Michelle Guymon

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Treating The Abusive Man: A Constructivist Inquiry, Randi Maines Walters Jan 1995

Treating The Abusive Man: A Constructivist Inquiry, Randi Maines Walters

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.