Black Family Violence: Current Research and Theory
Gathering together scholars from across the social sciences, Black Family Violence is one of the first books to chart new courses for research, while simultaneously serving as a fundamental introduction to family relationship issues in the study of black family life.
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A Profile of Violence toward Black Children
Psychosocial Characteristics of Mothers of Physically Abused
A CrossRacial Perspective
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