Family Violence in America: The Value of Life (1995)

Genres - Culture & Society, Family & Personal Relationships  |   Sub-Genres - Interpersonal Relationships, Law & Crime, Social Issues  |   Run Time - 20 min.  |   Countries - United States   |  
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Art Linkletter hosts the five-part series Family Violence in America. The series examines the causes and effects of family violence, and addresses ways to alleviate domestic hostilities. In part one, The Value of Life, Linkletter talks openly about the tragic death of his daughter, his many years of experience with children, and how to channel anger in nondestructive ways. Several victims of abuse share their stories. Problems associated with intergenerational violence is discussed by author and psychologist Jane Middleton Moz and other experts. Programs in this series also include The Family As Victim, The Fear of Anger, Conflict Resolution, and The Horror and the Healing.

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conflict-resolution, domestic-violence, family-abuse