Children as weapons: child protection responses to the parenting of men who batter

@inproceedings{MacPherson2017ChildrenAW,
  title={Children as weapons: child protection responses to the parenting of men who batter},
  author={Colleen MacPherson},
  year={2017}
}
Supervisory Committee Dr. Sibylle Artz, School of Child and Youth Care Supervisor Dr. Jennifer White, School of Child and Youth Care Departmental Member Although there is extensive research on children’s exposure to intimate partner violence and its impacts, there is very little information available with respect to how child protection workers assess the risks posed to children by the negative parenting associated with battering and how these workers intervene to protect children. This case… CONTINUE READING

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