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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: The state of child neglect in the UK - An Annual Review by Action for Children in Partnership with the University of Stirling
Authors: Burgess, Cheryl
Daniel, Brigid
Scott, Jane
Mulley, Kate
Dobbin, Hannah
Contact Email: b.m.daniel@stir.ac.uk
Citation: Burgess C, Daniel B, Scott J, Mulley K & Dobbin H (2013) The state of child neglect in the UK - An Annual Review by Action for Children in Partnership with the University of Stirling. Action for Children. Action for Children.
Issue Date: Jan-2013
Publisher: Action for Children
Abstract: First paragraph: Over the last decade awareness of the extent of child neglect has grown and there is now a significant evidence base about the severe impact of neglect upon children's well-being and development (Farmer and Lutman, 2012; Stevenson, 2007). There is emerging evidence about the factors associated with effective early intervention and the difference that therapeutic support for children and their families can make (Long et al. 2012).
Type: Research Report
URL: http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/media/5120220/2013_neglect_fullreport_v12.pdf
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/11464
Rights: The author has granted us permission to make this report available in the repository. It is also available from Action for Children at: http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/policy-research/research
Affiliation: Applied Social Science
Social Work
Independent
Action for Children
Action for Children

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