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Child Abuse Prevention

Alcohol, anger and abuse: Understanding the relationship between alcohol and other drug abuse, and child abuse and neglect: Handbook for professionals
Stephen J. Bavolek

Children at the front: A different view of the war on alcohol and drugs
Child Welfare League of America

Domestic violence, child abuse and youth violence: Strategies for prevention and early intervention
Janet Carter

Exposure to violence and victimization, depression, substance use, and the use of violence by young adolescents
Robert H. DuRant, David Altman, Mark Wolfson, Shari Barkin, Shelley Kreiter and Daniel Krowchuk

Healthy growth for Hawaii's "Healthy Start": Toward a systematic statewide approach to the prevention of child abuse and neglect
G. Breakey and B. Pratt

In the best interest of women and children: A call for collaboration between child welfare and domestic violence constituencies
Susan Schechter and Jeffrey L. Edleson

In the wake of childhood violence
B.T. Kelley, T.P. Thornberry and C.A. Smith

Poor adolescent expectant mothers: Can we assess their potential for child abuse?
M.A. Zelenko, L. Huffman, J. Lock, Q. Kennedy and H. Steiner

Primary prevention of child abuse
L. Bethea

Specific models in men's sexual aggression: Intra-and interpersonal determinants
G. Hall, S. Sue, D. Narang and R. Lilly

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