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Child Abuse: Betraying a Trust (Information Plus Reference Series) epub

by Mei Ling Rein


Child Abuse: Betraying a Trust (Information Plus Reference Series) epub

ISBN: 0787660698

ISBN13: 978-0787660697

Author: Mei Ling Rein

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Information Plus; 2003 ed. edition (June 1, 2003)

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 117-118) and index. Child abuse: a history - Child abuse: a problem of definition - Reporting child abuse - How many children are maltreated? -. - Causes and effects of child abuse - Child sexual abuse - Child abuse and the law - Repressed memory versus false memory.

The Information Plus Reference Series compiles all the pertinent data, both current and historical, on a wide variety of contemporary social issues.

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