Advances in Child Abuse Prevention Knowledge: The by Deborah Daro, Anne Cohn Donnelly, Lee Ann Huang, Byron J.

By Deborah Daro, Anne Cohn Donnelly, Lee Ann Huang, Byron J. Powell

This publication addresses new avenues in baby abuse prevention study that may extend our ability to guard little ones. those new avenues outcome from the emergence of latest examine tools made attainable via technologic advances, an knowing of some great benefits of cross-disciplinary examine and studying and the doorway of many younger students within the box. The ebook explores what those avenues produce by way of clarifying the advanced difficulties that proceed to restrict our growth in addressing baby maltreatment and selling optimum baby improvement. particularly, the publication showcases person contributions from rising students and convey how those students use the frameworks and complicated the way to form their paintings, follow their findings and outline their studying groups. The booklet highlights some great benefits of developing specific and prolonged possibilities for researchers to community throughout disciplines and parts of interest.

The fundamental authors are younger students from universities around the U.S. who've labored jointly as Fellows of the Doris Duke Fellowships for the merchandising of kid future health – looking concepts to avoid baby abuse. via this software, the guys have engaged in a strong self-generating studying community designed to create the kind of ongoing expert linkages and decision-making sort that fosters an interdisciplinary and crew making plans method of study layout and coverage formation.

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Among the planning challenges the fellowship envisioned for the field were identifying more successful pathways to reach and engage the most troubled populations and most difficult communities; creating strategies to engage a diverse set of public and private institutions in the mission of prevention; and attracting 14 D. C. Donnelly top talent with the ability and interest in applying empirical evidence in discerning important practice and policy alternatives. The fellowship’s ongoing implementation is guided by three core operational objectives: • Selecting individuals with the skills, passion, and institutional support necessary for sustaining long-term professional involvement in the field.

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Whether these programs have separately or collectively influenced this decline has yet to be explored. At the same time, the modest declines in child neglect and increases in emotional neglect are puzzling. This difference may reflect heightened attention to neglect as a form of maltreatment in recent decades that has led to increased reporting and case substantiation (Sedlak et al. 2010). One important consideration for why prevention and intervention programs may be more effective at addressing physical and sexual abuse than neglect is that the perpetrators of child neglect are frequently described as facing greater socio-economic adversity than those involved in other forms of maltreatment (Sedlak et al.

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