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Devine, L.; Parker, S. (2015)
Publisher: Reed Business Information
Languages: English
Types: Article
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A short article considering child abuse prevalence. This question is increasingly of interest to government and policy makers. Major prevalence studies published by the Children's Commissioner and the NSPCC have estimated the prevalence of child sexual abuse and child abuse respectively. The accuracy of the estimates is unable to stated with certainty, yet the numbers are used to influence policy development, including increasing intrusion into private family life. This article questions the link between the estimates and policies to reduce it, suggesting that it is not possible to adequately quantify any reduction in abuse if the amount of it cannot be stated at the point of introduction of the policies.
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