justice & government issues

This section contains material related to justice and government issues in Aboriginal child welfare.

Title Authors Year of Publication
Journal article
Which maltreated children are at greatest risk of aggressive and criminal behavior? An examination of maltreatment dimensions and cumulative risk
Van Wert, Melissa
Mishna, Faye
Trocmé, Nico
Fallon, Barbara
Journal article
The relation between interviewers’ personal characteristics and investigative interview performance in a child sexual abuse context
Lafontaine, Jonathan
Cyr, Mireille
Journal article
Childhood abuse and harmful substance use among criminal offenders

Swogger, Marc T.
Conner, Kenneth R.
Walsh, Zach
Maisto, Stephen A.

Report
Hand-in-Hand: A Review of First Nations Child Welfare in New Brunswick

Richard, Bernard

Journal article
Placement decisions and disparities among aboriginal groups: An application of the decision making ecology through multi-level analysis

Fluke, John
Chabot, Martin
Fallon, Barbara
MacLaurin, Bruce
Blackstock, Cindy

Journal article
Placement decisions and disparities among aboriginal groups: An application of the decision making ecology through multi-level analysis
Book chapter
From Longing to Belonging: Attachment Theory, Connectedness, and Indigenous Children in Canada

Carriere, Jeannine
Richardson, Cathy

Journal article
News Reporting on Aboriginal Child Welfare: Discourses of White Guilt, Reverse Racism, and Failed Policy

Harding, Robert

Report
Management of Aboriginal Child Protection Services

Doyle, John

Journal article
Identity lost and found: Lessons from the sixties scoop

Sinclair, Raven