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|Material Type:||Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David A Wolfe; Caroline McIsaac; Canada. Family Violence Prevention Unit.; Public Health Agency of Canada.
|Description:||1 online resource (31 p.)|
|Contents:||Childrearing Methods: Positive Methods; Poor Methods; Emotionally Abusive or Neglectful Methods --
Risk Factors for Child Emotional Maltreatment: Parent Characteristics; Child, Family, and Situational Influences; Cultural, Socialization and Situational Considerations; Impact on Child Development --
Distinguishing Between Poor/Dysfunctional Parenting and Emotional Maltreatment: Empirical and Conceptual Similarities; Empirical and Conceptual Distinctions; Benefits of a Continuum Model; Benefits of a Categorical Model --
Conclusions and Recommendations: Adopt a categorical definition of child emotional maltreatment; Adopt a continuum approach to defining poor parenting; Address gaps in training; Expand public health strategies to promote healthy, positive parenting; Adopt a children's rights approach to child protection and public health education; Address gaps in research and evidence-based interventions --
Appendices: Continuum of Parental Emotional Sensitivity and Expression; Diagnostic Criteria for Parenting Problem; Criteria for More Than Inconsequential Fear Reaction/Physical injury; Diagnostic Criteria for Child Emotional Abuse.
|Other Titles:||Distinguer entre le mauvais parentage/parentage dysfonctionnel et la violence psychologique envers les enfants|
|Responsibility:||David A. Wolfe, Caroline McIsaac ; prepared for the Family Violence Prevention Unit of the Public Health Agency of Canada.|