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Psychological and Sociological Perspectives on abuse

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Transcript of Psychological and Sociological Perspectives on abuse

And Finally Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Pyschodynamic Theory (freud, erikson)
related to developmental theory

The internal mechanisms and rationalisation of the mind

ability to control drives and instinct

"psychoanalytic approach posits that unconscious parental drives and conflicts determine abusive behavior" (Galdston, 1973; Steele and Pollock, 1974) Benefits Attachment: Bolwby, Rutter,
Ainsworth The central theme of attachment theory is that mothers who are available and responsive to their infant's needs establish a sense of security in their children Components of attachment:
Safe Haven
Secure base
Proxmity Maintence
Separation distress Ainsworth(1978)
Strange Situation Attachment styles outcome failure to form secure attachments early in life can have a negative impact on behavior in later childhood and throughout the life learning theory Sociological
Theory Family Dysfunction Social Ecological Approaches I think this is about data! Different
perspectives
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