Annotated bibliography Example

 

 

Child maltreatment among Asian Americans: characteristics and exploratory framework

 

 

Annotated bibliography

 

Aten, J.D., Madson, M.B., Ric, E.A., Chamberlain, A, K. (2008). Postdisaster supervisor strategies for promoting supervise self-care: lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 2 (2), 75-82.


Work in providing the various types of abuses that can go unidentified in disaster situations. Majorly their work was on child psychology


Bala, N. (2008). An historical perspective on family violence and child abuse: comment on Moloney et al., Allegations of family violence. J Fam Stud, 14 (2/3), 271- 278.

 

The author presented a wide range of issues on family violence and the place of the child in the whole scenario. Quite relevant information.

 

De Boer, C., Coady, N. (2007). Good helping relationships in child welfare: learning from stories of success. Child Fam Soc Work, 12 (1), 32-42.

 

This work proved quite useful in identifying the various compromises to conflict of diversity employed in the summary of this paper that in order for the welfare of the child to be effectively managed for the Asian Americans, it is crucial for the professionals to promote interventions that are racially and ethnically meaningful. Thus, professionals from diverse disciplines should have a clear grasp of the different ways of maltreatment


Earner, I. (2007). Immigrant families and public child welfare: barriers to services and approaches for change. Child Welfare, 86 (4), 63-91.


This work helped find the major challenges facing the immigrant minority as concerns child maltreatment. It helped provide the background to understanding the subject of this research.


Fang, X., Brown, D.S., Florence, C.S., Mercy, J.A. (2012). The economic burden of child maltreatment in the United States and implications for prevention. Child Abuse and Neglect, 7 (36), 156-165.


This work helped in conceptualizing the need for this research; devastating nature of child maltreatment.It particularly proved quite useful in showing the need to incorporate the local interventions into child’s community harmoniously.


International Labour Organization. (2009). Child Labour Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.ilo.org/dyn/clsurvey/lfsurvey.home.

 

 

This provided the various statistics quite useful to this research.

 

Khan, K.S., Wojdyla, D., Say, L., Gülmezoglu, A.M., Van Look, P.F., (2006). WHO analysis of causes of maternal death: a systematic review. Lancet, 367 (9516), 1066- 1074.

 

This source was useful in understanding the role of culture in child maltreatment. Quite useful contribution to this research.


Myers, J.E.B., (2008). A short history of child protection in America. Farm Law Q, 42 (3), 449-463.

 

The source gave the some kind of perspective into how the child protection legislation is was formulated and it nature.This source provided material that was useful in gaining of insights into the growth child’s protection.The issue of child protection has been progressive. It is seen here that some states in the US did not have any child protection measures for a long time.


Rafferty, Y. (2007). Children for sale: child trafficking in Southeast Asia. Child Abuse Review, 16 (6), 401-422.


This information helped link the nature of child abuse in South East Asia and the way the Asian ethnic group handles child welfare even in the USA. It was a pivotal source to his research.


 

References List

Aten, J.D., Madson, M.B., Ric, E.A., Chamberlain, A, K. (2008). Postdisaster supervisor strategies for promoting supervise self-care: lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 2 (2), 75-82.

Bala, N. (2008). An historical perspective on family violence and child abuse: comment on Moloney et al., Allegations of family violence. J Fam Stud, 14 (2/3), 271-278.

De Boer, C., Coady, N. (2007). Good helping relationships in child welfare: learning from stories of success. Child Fam Soc Work, 12 (1), 32-42.

Earner, I. (2007). Immigrant families and public child welfare: barriers to services and approaches for change. Child Welfare, 86 (4), 63-91.

Fang, X., Brown, D.S., Florence, C.S., Mercy, J.A. (2012). The economic burden of child maltreatment in the United States and implications for prevention. Child Abuse and Neglect, 7 (36), 156-165.

International Labour Organization. (2009). Child Labour Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.ilo.org/dyn/clsurvey/lfsurvey.home.

Khan, K.S., Wojdyla, D., Say, L., Gülmezoglu, A.M., Van Look, P.F., (2006). WHO analysis of causes of maternal death: a systematic review. Lancet, 367 (9516), 1066-1074.

Myers, J.E.B., (2008). A short history of child protection in America. Farm Law Q, 42 (3), 449-463.

Rafferty, Y. (2007). Children for sale: child trafficking in Southeast Asia. Child Abuse Review, 16 (6), 401-422.

 


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