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By David J Kolko

This article reference offers cutting-edge info on juvenile firesetters and studies the present examine on younger firesetters and arsonists. The paintings illustrates tools of fireplace scene research and review on the subject of child-parent and family members elements. this data is then used to prescribe interventions with the person in addition to community-wide courses. The paintings additionally offers current Read more...

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In the large school survey reported by Cotterall et al. , just for fun, to see what would happen, boredom). Being angry or wanting to hurt someone were given by < 10% of the sample. Interestingly, 30% of these children reported one reason, 24% reported two reasons, and the rest reported between three and seven reasons for their fires. In the aforementioned Swedish study, the most common motives included wanting to see the fire burn, boredom, and wanting to destroy something (Terjestam & Ryden, 1996).

Relative to nonfiresetters, firesetters acknowledged more attraction to fire, past fireplay, family interest in fire, exposure to friends or family who smoke, and, somewhat surprisingly, knowledge of things that burn, but tended to show less fire competence (skill) on role-plays than nonfiresetters. B. CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS Just as fires may differ in terms of the ages of the children, frequency of firesetting, presence of property damages, and nature of children's motives, the clinical context and level of family dysfunction, among other characteristics, may be quite variable and unique.

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