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NCJ Number: 75495 Find in a Library
Title: Screening Procedures for the Detection of Prediction of Child Abuse - An Annotated Bibliography
Author(s): M B Farnell
Corporate Author: University of Toronto
Centre of Criminology
Date Published: 1980
Page Count: 33
Sponsoring Agency: Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M7A 1E9
University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada
Type: Bibliography
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: Canada
Annotation: This annotated bibliography lists materials related to the development of tests and screening procedures which have been designed to assist in identifying actual or potential child abusers.
Abstract: Although this bibliography is primarily composed of journal article entries, published and unpublished papers, manuals, and reports are also included. Each entry is composed of bibliographic information and an annotation summarizing the document's contents. Publication dates for the included citations range from 1958 to 1980. Entries are listed alphabetically by author; biblographies, catalogs, and ongoing research programs are listed separately. Approximately 95 entries are included in the main listing; 4 bibliographies and catalogs and 23 research programs are also listed.
Index Term(s): Abusing parents; Child abuse detection; Child abuse reporting; Testing and measurement
Note: Bibliography no. 13.
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