Marymount University

Graduate Catalog 2013-14

PS 591 Child Victimization

Child victimization is a serious social problem that is receiving increased attention in forensic psychology. In this course, students will examine research, theory, and clinical practice involving a variety of issues in the field, such as child abuse and neglect, traumatic grief, child witnesses, international human trafficking, child victims as offenders, bullying, and Internet crimes against children. Prevention, intervention, policy, and legal system concerns will be addressed. (3)

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