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Attutudes towards child abuse reporting amongst parents, law enforcement personnel and other professionals affects the likelihood and incidence of child abuse reporting


ReferencesEdit

  • Bryant, J., & Milsom, A. (2005). Child abuse reporting by school counselors: Professional School Counseling Vol 9(1) Oct 2005, 63-71.
  • Nicolai, K. M., & Scott, N. A. (1994). Provision of confidentiality information and its relation to child abuse reporting: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 25(2) May 1994, 154-160.
  • Rodriguez, C. M. (2002). Professionals' attitudes and accuracy on child abuse reporting decisions in New Zealand: Journal of Interpersonal Violence Vol 17(3) Mar 2002, 320-342.

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