Welcome to the Research Review. Each month join our Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Dr. Bart Klika, as he does a quick run-down of emerging research and hot topics related to child abuse and neglect prevention.
In this research review, Dr. Klika discusses a recently released special issue of the Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal on the topic of social norms and violence against children.
- Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, Volume 36, Issue 1 (February 2019)
- Klika, J. B., Haboush-Deloye, A., & Linkenbach, J. (2019). Hidden protections: Identifying social norms associated with child abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect.
- Krugman, R. D., & Poland, L. (2019). Disrupting social norms: Eliminating child abuse and neglect in our lifetime.
- Klevens, J., Mercer-Kollar, L., Rizzo, G., O’Shea, G., Nguyen, J., & Roby, S. (2019). Commonalities and differences in social norms related to corporal punishment among Black, Latino, and White parents.
- Fleckman, J., Taylor, C. A., Theall, K. P., & Andrinopoulous, K. (2019). Perceived social norms in the neighborhood context: The role of perceived collective efficacy in moderating the relation between perceived injunctive norms and use of corporal punishment.
- Vaughan-Eden, V., Holden, G. W., & LeBlanc, S. L. (2019). Changing the social norm about corporal punishment.
- Finigan-Carr, N. M., Johnson, M. H., Pullmann, M. D., Stewart, C.J., & Fromknecht, A. E. (2019). A traumagenic social ecological framework for understanding and intervening with sex trafficked children and youth.
- Gomez, R., & Fliss, J. (2019). A community-based prevention approach: Examples from the field.