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Running Head: POLICY FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN 1 Annotated Bibliography: Policy for Women and Children Name Professor Course Date
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POLICY FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN 2 Cross, T. P., Mathews, B., Tonmyr, L., Scott, D., & Ouimet, C. (2012). Child welfare policy and practice on children's exposure to domestic violence. Child abuse & neglect, 36(3), 210- 216. Published in the Sage Journal, the paper clearly sheds light on how children are exposed to domestic violence by intimate partners directly or indirectly. The paper candidly brings out that effects vary for direct intimate partner abuse and indirect partner abuse. Emotional violence has been highlighted as the least likely to attract policy interventions thus inspiring its consideration. It goes father to inspire research by proposing the need to ascertain the performance of children welfare interventions. The research report is preceded by a detailed and comprehensive research sampling three big countries, the U.S.A, Canada and Australia using convincing population samples. The methodologies are also effective making the report believable and to the same extent useful. The report has been written in a simple, understandable, yet a detailed language making it relevant to any novice with basic research knowledge. The report will be useful to designing effective policy pertaining to children counter violence. It is a master piece that every children welfare agent must read.
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