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Publisher: Routledge , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis This book proposes a model for examining the relationsihp between multiple types of childhood trauma-physical, sexual and psychological abuse, exposure to domestic violence-and psychological functioning in a sample of homeless adolescents.
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In addition to abuse, neglect and family conflict, there are also other factors that contribute to youth inclination to run away from home. These include school difficulties or conflicts with teachers, problematic relations with peers, relationships with delinquent peers, teen pregnancy or parenthood, being gay or lesbian, and behavioral or mental health problems. Research and experience suggest that the cumulative effects of distress that runaway and homeless youth experience may differ across gender.
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In one report, Russell found that young women were more likely to report symptoms associated with mood i. Male street youth, on the other hand, more often reported externalizing symptoms of distress i.
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Taking with them the lessons learned, vulnerable children and youth run from families in which there is dysfunction and conflict — domestic violence, sexual or physical child abuse, addiction — only to find that these same situations play out on the streets and result in further victimization. The combination of early emotional and psychological problems that result from sexual abuse and the high-risk environment in which street youth interact results in an increased risk for sexual victimization.
For more information on research related to runaway and homeless youth, including their experiences of relationship violence, see Section 2 of the Toolkit: Key Terms and Resources. Those working with youth often differentiate between recent runaway, transitionally or episodically homeless, unaccompanied homeless and shelter using youth, and street-dependent youth. Evidence suggests that differences may exist between subtypes of homeless youth, and therefore, unique approaches to interventions are utilized in a variety of programs.
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They enter into society with few resources and numerous challenges. Many existing programs targeted at youth who age out of foster care miss the many foster care youth who are released from the foster care system shortly before age 18 years and sent back to their family of origin.
Most have not resolved the family issues that led to the youth being in foster care in the first place, and many of these youth are some of the most vulnerable, given their long time turbulent family histories, and their limited skills at coping on their own. Many youth run away from foster care before they turn 18, and the majority of runaway youth simply fall through the cracks. Hammer, H. Tyler, K. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
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Volume 21, Number 10, October, pg 4. November, The effects of early sexual abuse on later sexual victimization among female homeless and runaway youth. Violence and Victims, 16, Russell, L. Child maltreatment and psychological distress among urban homeless youth.