Biblio sur l'exposition aux violences sur animaux

 

L'exposition de l'enfant à des maltraitances animales comme facteur de troubles subjectifs ou comportementaux

Études classées par pays et par ordre chronologique.

  

Note : les études axées sur les violences sur animaux familiers dans le cadre de violences domestiques ne sont pas incluses.

 

- études américaines :

Flynn C.P. (2000). Why Family Professionals Can No Longer Ignore Violence Toward Animals. Family Relations. 49(1), 87 - 95.

Henry, B. C. (2004a). Exposure to animal abuse and group context: Two factors affecting participation in animal abuse. Anthrozoos. 17(4), 290-305.

Henry, B. C. (2004b). The relationship between animal cruelty, delinquency, and attitudes toward the treatment of nonhuman animals. Society & Animals. 12(3), 185-207.

Hensley, C. & Tallichet, S.E. (2005). Learning to be cruel ? Exploring the onset and frequency of animal cruelty. Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol. 49(1), 37-47.

DeGue, S., & DiLillo, D. (2009). Is animal cruelty a "red flag" for family violence? Investigating co-occurring violence toward children, partners, and pets. J Interpers Violence. 24(6), 1036-1056.

Hensley, C., Tallichet, S.E., & Dutkiewics, E.L. (2012). Exploring the Age of Onset and Recurrence of Childhood Animal Cruelty: Can Animal Cruelty Be Learned From Witnessing Others Commit It ? Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol. 56(4), 614-626.

Browne, J.A.,  Hensley, C., McGuffee,  K.M. (2017). Does Witnessing Animal Cruelty and Being Abused During Childhood Predict the Initial Age and Recurrence of Committing Childhood Animal Cruelty ? Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol. 61(16), 1850-1865.

 

- études australiennes :

Thompson, K.L. & Gullone, E. (2006). An investigation into the association between the witnessing of animal abuse and adolescents' behavior toward animals. Society & Animals. 14(3), 223-243.

Gullone, E., Robertson, N. (2008)- The relationship between bullying and animal abuse behaviors in adolescents: The importance of witnessing animal abuse. J Appl Dev Psychol, 29(5), 371-379.


- études italiennes :

Baldry, A.C. (2003). Animal abuse and exposure to interpersonal violence in Italian youth. J Interpers Violence. 18, 258-281.

Baldry, A.C. (2005). Animal abuse among preadolescents directly and indirectly victimized at school and at home. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. 15, 97-110.

Pagani, C., Robustelli, F., & Ascione, F.R. (2008). Animal abuse experiences described by Italian school-aged children. In, F.R. Ascione, ed.: International Handbook of Animal Abuse and Cruelty: Theory, Research, and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 247-268.

 

- étude canadienne :

Daly, B., Morton, L.L. (2008). Empathic Correlates of Witnessing the Inhumane Killing of an Animal: An Investigation of Single and Multiple Exposures. Society & Animals. 16(3), 243-255.

 

- étude britannique :

Alleyne, E., & Parfitt, C. (2018). Factors that distinguish aggression towards animals from other antisocial behaviors: Evidence from a community sample. Aggressive Behavior. 44(5), 481-490.

 

- étude d'auteurs britannique, australien et américain, portant sur l'Allemagne et la Roumanie :

Plant, M., van Schaik, P., Gullone, E., & Flynn, C. (2019). “It’s a dog’s life’: Culture, empathy, gender, and domestic violence predict animal abuse in adolescents – Implications for societal health.  J Interpers Violence. 34(10), 2110–2137.

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