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Research & Policy

Child Protective Services

Child Maltreatment as a Community Problem
James Garbarino and Kathleen Kostelny
and then enter 10.1016/0145-2134(92)90062-V for the article.

Child protective services and domestic violence

Children Who Prosper in Unfavorable Environments: The Relationship to Social Capital
Desmond K. Runyan et. al.

Implementing Change in Child Welfare: Lessons From Family to Family

Indicators of Site Progress: Overall Report

National Study of Child Protective Services Systems and Reform Efforts
Literature Review, March 2001

Protective Factors Literature Review
Early Care and Education Program and the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

School-Based Early Intervention and Later Child Maltreatment in the Chicago Longitudinal Study
Arthur J. Reynolds and Dylan L. Robertson

Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital
James S. Coleman

The Evaluation of Family to Family


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