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NCJ Number: 65052 Find in a Library
Title: PANEL FOR FAMILY LIVING
Corporate Author: Panel for Family Living
United States of America
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 68
Sponsoring Agency: Panel for Family Living
Tacoma, WA 98405
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: AN INFORMATION PORTFOLIO PROVIDES PAMPHLETS, BROCHURES, SHORT ARTICLE REPRINTS, LISTS OF LIBRARY MATERIALS, INCLUDING FILMSTRIPS AND AUDIO CASSETTES, ON CHILD ABUSE AND CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES.
Abstract: THIS PORTFOLIO IS STRUCTURED AROUND THE PROBLEM OF CHILD ABUSE, ALERTING SIGNS FOR TEACHERS, POLICE OFFICERS, AND HOSPITAL PERSONNEL, AND SUGGESTIONS ON WORKING WITH ABUSIVE PARENTS. REPRINTS OF ARTICLES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES ON CHILD ABUSE RELATED ISSUES INCLUDE DYSFUNCTIONS OF PARENTING, THE BATTERED CHILD, THE NEGLECTED CHILD, THE EXPLOITED CHILD; WORKING WITH ABUSIVE PARENTS; VALUES AND ANALYTIC APPROACHES TO CHILD ABUSE; INTERVIEWING ABUSIVE PARENTS; THE IMPORTANCE OF THE NATURAL PARENTS TO THE CHILD IN PLACEMENT; ATTITUDES OF INTERVENORS; AND SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN. BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES ARE LISTED IN SEVERAL SEPARATE SHEETS AND AN EXHAUSTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN IS ALSO PROVIDED. A LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE WASHINGTON STATE COALITION OF COUNCILS FOR PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT IS PART OF THE LITERATURE CONTAINED IN THE PORTFOLIO.
Index Term(s): Abusing parents; Child abuse; Child molesters; Child protection services; Family counseling; Federal regulations; Parent education; Sexual assault; Washington
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