Child Welfare Research Review, Volume 1

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Columbia University Press, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 392 pages
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This volume culls the most important and provocative research and policy analysis in the child welfare field and is an essential guide for understanding the burgeoning field of children's services.

 

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Contents

PART
1
Cultural Diversity and the Definition of Child Abuse
28
PART
57
Parental Drug Abuse and African American Children in Foster
109
PART THREE
123
Status at Birth and Infant Foster Care Placement
146
Factors Associated with Entrance to Group Care
185
The Effect of Public Child Welfare Worker Characteristics
205
Explaining Growth in the Number of Child Abuse
218
PART FOUR
247
Adoption of DrugExposed Infants Richard P Earth
273
The Role of Placement Experiences in Mediating the Criminal
298
Implications of Research on the Welfare of Children Under
323
CONTRIBUTORS
369
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