Session: Economically Disadvantaged and Child Maltreatment (Society for Social Work and Research 25th Annual Conference - Social Work Science for Social Change)

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245 Economically Disadvantaged and Child Maltreatment

Friday, January 22, 2021: 3:45 PM-4:45 PM
Cluster: Child Welfare
Kristen Slack, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison
* noted as presenting author
What Drives Barefoot Social Workers' Task Identity for Protecting the Disadvantaged Children in China?
Mingzi Ma, Central China Normal University; Guanghuai Zheng, PhD, Central China Normal University; Jun Huang, Central China Normal University
Patterns of Family Poverty Exposure and the Relationship with Trajectories of Child Maltreatment Risk
Liwei Zhang, PhD, Rutgers University; Cassandra Simmel, PhD, Rutgers University
The Intersection of Child Protective Services and Public Assistance: An Analysis of Family Preservation Completion and TANF Involvement on a Maltreatment Re-Report
James Simon, PhD, LCSW, California State University, Los Angeles; Amy D'Andrade, PhD, San Jose State University; Hsun-Ta Hsu, PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia
Seeing Poverty: The Consequences of Economic Disadvantage for Increasing Risk on a Child Welfare Decision-Making Tool
Megan Feely, PhD, University of Connecticut; Emily Bosk, Ph.D., Rutgers University
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