families & communities

This section contains material on socioeconomic and other family and community factors related to children and families involved with child welfare services.

Title Authors Year of Publication Sort descending
Report
Transforming Child Welfare in Manitoba: Reform. Renew. Results.

Government of Manitoba

Journal article
Building Community: A Conceptual Framework for Child Protection

Barter, Ken

Report
Creating a Climate of Safety: An Evaluation of the School Based Child Welfare Social Worker Program in Huron and Renfrew Counties

Taylor, Andrew
Janzen, Rich
Murtha, Susan
Powell, Barbara
Majstorovic, Nash

Journal article
Moral Education through the 3 Rs: rights, respect and responsibility

Covell, Katherine
Howe, R. Brian

Journal article
Predictors of Maternal Support: The Point of View of Adolescent Victims of Sexual Abuse and Their Mothers

Cyr, Mireille
Wright, John
Toupin, Jean
Oxman-Martinez, Jacqueline
McDuff, Pierre
Thériault, Chantal

Journal article
Differential-Maternal Parenting Behavior: Estimating Within- and Between-Family Effects on Children

Boyle, Michael
Jenkins, Jennifer
Georgiades, Katholiki
Cairney, John
Duku, Eric
Racine, Yvonne

Information Sheet
Maltreatment rates in children with developmental delay

Brown, Ivan
Schormans, Ann Fudge

Journal article
Burden of Dysthymia and Comorbid Illness in Adults in a Canadian Primary Care Setting: High Rates of Psychiatric Illness in the Offspring

Bell, Barbara
Chalklin, Lori
Mills, Michael
Browne, Gina
Steiner, Meir
Roberts, Jacqueline
Gafni, Amiram
Byrne, Carolyn
Wallik, David
Kraemer, James
Webb, Michelle
Jamieson, Ellen
Whittaker, Susan
Dunn, Edward

Journal article
Low and Middle Income Mothers’ Regulation of Negative Emotion: Effects of Children's Temperament and Situational Emotional Responses

Martini, Tanya
Root, Carol
Jenkins, Jennifer

Journal article
Correlates of Attachment at Age 3: Construct Validity of the Preschool Attachment Classification System

Moss, Ellen
Bureau, Jean-Francois
Cyr, Chantal
Mongeau, Chantal
St-Laurent, Diane