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195 takehome final MW - ChAD 195 Take Home Final Exam...

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ChAD 195 Take Home Final Exam Tuesday may 25, 2010 50 points total The essay portion of your exam is take-home. It must be typed, double spaced, with one-inch margins and a 12-point font. I do not have recommended page lengths for each question. However, you will note that each question has multiple components - be sure to answer the entire question. More than 3 to 4 pages a question is too much . Do not repeat the question, (but provide the # of the question), just begin by answering the question. Aim for accuracy/correctness, clarity, and conciseness in your answers. Treat these questions as essays, so use complete sentences, paragraphs, and correct grammar/spelling . Submit a paper copy to me on the due date and an electronic submission to turnitin.com. You must use correct in-text APA references whenever required in your essay responses and provide complete APA format references at the end of each question. 1. Maltreatment (20 points) A Read the case study below. Indicate whether you would have returned the child to his father’s custody or not and why. Place your decision in the context of the information presented in Terling (1999) from your class reader. On November 18, 2006 a 3-month old infant boy died of massive blunt force trauma to the head. One month earlier he had been removed from the care of his father after suffering a broken arm investigators believe was the result of physical abuse. His 14- month-old sister also was removed from the home at that time. Despite on-going investigation, the infant was returned to parental custody. The parent in question is a 20- year-old Marine. He is the sole parent, his 20-year-old wife died in August 2006 of a
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