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Maternal Abuse & Child Violence

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Here is my topic:" MATERNAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CHILDREN'S EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE" BY NICOLA A. CONNERS-BURROW, PhD, BETSY JOHNSON, MSW, LEANNE WHITESIDE-MANSELL, EdD.

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-Statement of the problem: Children of substance abusers (COSAs) are believed to be at risk for a wide range of negative outcomes, especially emotional and behavioral problems.
-Rationale and Purpose of the study: The rationale of the study is to help understand the developmental context for these children and how it impacts their outcomes and how that leads to their being at risk for poor psychosocial outcomes.
-Theoretical Background: Seeks to describe levels of exposure to crime, conflict, and violence in a sample of COSAs to determine how they lead to poor psychosocial outcome.
Specific Hypothesis/Hypotheses: Whether maternal characteristics, including mental health symptoms, a history of experiencing abuse, beliefs about child rearing, and indicators of substance abuse severity, are associated with higher levels of exposure to violence among their children.

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Participants:
-70 children (boys and girls) over the age of 7 years (including ...

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