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Implicit Bias in the Child Welfare , Education and Mental Health Systems

  title={Implicit Bias in the Child Welfare , Education and Mental Health Systems},
  author={Jin-Ah Lee and Zenobia Bell and Mae Ackerman-Brimberg and Michael Harris and Hannah Benton},

The Color of Child Protection in America: Antiracism and Abolition in Child Mental Health.

Pursuing Common Ground Instead of Specious Misconceptions: Response to Barth and Colleagues

  • W. Cabin
  • Psychology
    Research on Social Work Practice
  • 2022
This article is a reaction paper to the article in this issue of Research on Social Work Practice entitled Research to Consider While Effectively Redesigning Child Welfare Services by Richard P.

Examining Housing Instability Among Females Who Are System-Involved: Comparing Females With and Without Histories of Commercial Sexual Exploitation

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An Unintended Abolition: Family Regulation During the COVID-19 Crisis

In a typical year, New York City’s vast family regulation system, fueled by an army of mandated reporters, investigates tens of thousands of reports of child neglect and abuse, policing almost

Racial Disparities in the U.S. Child Protection System Etiology and Solutions

  • O. Barbarin
  • Psychology
    International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy and Practice
  • 2020
Long-standing disparities exist in the rates at which African American families come under the scrutiny of child welfare systems. Disparities occur most often at the reporting stage. African

Racial Disparities in the U.S. Child Protection System Etiology and Solutions

  • O. Barbarin
  • Psychology
    International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy and Practice
  • 2020
To address racial disparities institutional racism in child welfare must be confronted, a moratorium on mandated reporting of neglect should be enacted and child welfare systems should be re-focused from investigations of negligent families to reducing the disadvantages of socially neglected families.


iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS iv LIST OF TABLES viii CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1 Problem Statement 1 Purpose of the Study 4 Significance of the Project for Social Work Practice 6 CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE



Institutional racism in child welfare

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