AuthorsFirmin, Carlene Emma
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AbstractThe papers in this edition of Child Abuse Review cover a broad range of topics relevant to the protection of children and the prevention of abuse. From child safety in sporting contexts, the identification of children with early adverse experiences, and supporting young children within foster care settings; through to routes for disclosing child sexual abuse (CSA) and the educational experiences of young people living in domestic abuse refuges – the papers selected cover a diverse ground. Yet collectively they tell a shared story about the contexts of child abuse – and importantly the contexts in which child abuse can be recognised, and thereby prevented or disrupted.
CitationFirmin C (2020) 'Child protection and contexts of recognition', Child Abuse Review, 29 (2), pp.91-96.
JournalChild Abuse Review
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