Does Culture Matter: The Characteristics of Adolescent Physical Abuse Cases Investigated by Montreal's English Youth Protection Services

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Author/collaborator
Title
Does Culture Matter: The Characteristics of Adolescent Physical Abuse Cases Investigated by Montreal's English Youth Protection Services
Abstract
The author asks whether there is greater normative tolerance for physical discipline within certain ethno-cultural groups? She examines the characteristics of 72 physical abuse cases reported to Montreal's English Youth Protection Services over a two-year period. Almost half of the cases involved visible minority youth.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
McGill University
Place
Montreal
Date
2009
Language
en
Citation
Garland, Leigh. “Does Culture Matter: The Characteristics of Adolescent Physical Abuse Cases Investigated by Montreal’s English Youth Protection Services.” Master’s Thesis, McGill University, 2009.
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