Child-to-Parent Violence and Abuse: why families need to open up when the nation locks down

Authors: Oliver, L.

Editors: Moran, L.

Journal: The Sociological Observer

Volume: Remaking Social Futures through Biographic, Narrative and Lifecourse Approaches: Story-Making and Story-Telling in Pandemic Times

Issue: 3

Pages: 61-67

Publisher: Sociological Association of Ireland

Abstract:

This article will critically reflect upon how the situation in which children are aggressive, violent and/or controlling towards their parent/s, known as child-to-parent violence and abuse (CPVA), may have been exasperated during the Covid-19 pandemic. The particular focus is upon CPVA and familial problematic communications.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/35978/

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Child-to-Parent Violence and Abuse: why families need to open up when the nation locks down

Authors: Oliver, L.

Journal: The Sociological Observer

Issue: 3

Pages: 61-67

ISSN: 2737-7563

Abstract:

This article will critically reflect upon how the situation in which children are aggressive, violent and/or controlling towards their parent/s, known as child-to-parent violence and abuse (CPVA), may have been exasperated during the Covid-19 pandemic. The particular focus is upon CPVA and familial problematic communications.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/35978/

https://www.sociology.ie/publications.html

Source: BURO EPrints