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When love hurts: Assessing the intersectionality of ethnicity, socio-economic status, parental connectedness, child abuse, and gender attitu...
Researchers have not yet reached agreement about the validity of several competing explanations that seek to explain ethnic differences in juvenile violent offending. Ethnicity cannot solely explain why boys with an ethnic minority background commit more (violent) crimes. By assessing the intersecti...
Young children's knowledge and skills related to sexual abuse prevention: a pilot study in Beijing, China.
To examine the level of knowledge and skills related to prevention of child sexual abuse (CSA) in a sample of Chinese preschoolers in Beijing and to explore the associations between children's scores on the knowledge and skills and their parents' reports on the knowledge and communication with child...
Aggressive behavior of children exposed to intimate partner violence: An examination of maternal mental health, maternal warmth and child ma...
Over 4.5 million children each year are exposed to intimate partner violence (IPV). Furthermore, IPV rarely occurs without other forms of violence and aggression in the home. IPV is associated with mental health and parenting problems in mothers, and children experience a wide variety of short-term...
Anal findings in children with and without probable anal penetration: A retrospective study of 1115 children referred for suspected sexual a...
Interpreting the significance of anal findings in child sexual abuse can be difficult. The aim of this study is to compare the frequency of anal features between children with and without anal penetration. This is a retrospective blinded review of consecutive charts of children seen for suspected se...
Abuse of working children and influencing factors, Turkey.
The study was planned as the research of the kind/kinds of abuse and the factors influencing the abuse that the children under 18 who are working full-time at a workplace and enrolled in a vocational training center subjected to. Questionnaires were administered to 595 apprentices who were attending...
The urgent need for ethical guidelines to protect children in the dissemination of research findings.
Five forms of childhood trauma: relationships with employment in adulthood.
Violence against pregnant women can increase the risk of child abuse: a longitudinal study.
We recruited 487 women (with 184 having reported pregnancy IPV in the 2005 study) with newborn babies for a follow-up telephone interview in 2008. Participants responded to the Abuse Assessment Screen (AAS), the Parent-Child Conflict Tactics Scale, and some questions assessing demographic informatio...
Child welfare policy and practice on children's exposure to domestic violence.
Empirical data are limited, but current research and practice experience suggest that child welfare agencies seeking to improve the response to EDV should collaborate with other disciplines involved with preventing and responding to DV, seek resources to support training and programming, consider me...
Child, caregiver, and family characteristics associated with emergency department use by children who remain at home after a child protectiv...
We analyzed data on 4,001 children in the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-being. Multivariate models compared rates of ED use for whether the family received CPS services or did not receive CPS services as well as child characteristics, caregiver characteristics and caregiver/family psy...