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  • 1.   "A Good Beating Never Hurt Anyone": The Punishment and Abuse of Children in Twentieth Century Ireland

    This article examines corporal punishment in Ireland, in policy and practice, from the 1930s to the 1980s

    Journal of Social History, Vol: 38 Page: 635-652 2005 Spring2005
    Moira J. Maguire; Sé Ó Cinnéide

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  • 2.   A comparison of two programmes for victims of child sexual abuse: A treatment outcome study

    This study aimed to examine effectiveness of individual therapy and combined individual and group therapy in the treatment of the psychological sequelae of child sexual abuse

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 11 Page: 103-123 2002
    Margretta Nolan; Alan Carr; Carol Fitzpartrick; Anne O'Flaherty; Kay Keary; Rhonda Turner; Deirdre O'Shea; Patricia Smyth; Genevieve Tobin

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  • 3.   A Small-Scale Study of the Relationship Between Measures of Deprivation and Child-Care Referrals

    This article discusses the relationship that exists, at ward level, between measures of deprivation and referrals to a health professional team

    British Journal of Social Work, Vol: 35 Page: 937-952 2005
    Karen Winter; Paul Connolly

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  • 4.   Abused and Looked After Children as 'Moral Dirt': Child Abuse and Institutional Care in Historical Perspective

    This article argues that to provide adequate historical explanations for the maltreatment of children in institutional care it is necessary to ground the analysis in the context of the concept of child abuse

    Journal of Social Policy, Vol: 36 Page: 123-139 2007
    Harry Ferguson

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  • 5.   BREAK WITH THE PAST

    This article discusses the increasing awareness of children’s rights in Ireland resulting from a series of public scandals related to child abuse

    Community Care, 2002
    Kieran McGrath

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  • 6.   Can childhood neglect be assessed and prevented through childcare skills training?

    This article discusses the lack of consensus about what constitutes child neglect

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 16 Page: 120-129 2007
    Benny McDaniel; Karola Dillenburger

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  • 7.   Chapter 1: Snowflake Children

    The paper discusses a study concerning children and adolescents attending a youth project in Limerick

    Child & Youth Services, Vol: 29 Page: 1-27 2007

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  • 8.   Child pornography and the Internet: Perpetuating a cycle of abuse

    This study interviewed men convicted of downloading child pornography with a view to understanding how these men talked about the photographs and the function such talk played in their accounts

    Deviant Behavior, Vol: 23 Page: 331-362 2002
    Ethel Quayle; Max Taylor

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  • 9.   Child protection: lessons from the recent past

    This article discusses the Northern Ireland Community Nursing Network conference, where DONNA KINNAIR, director of clinical leadership, shared with delegates some personal lessons and learning from her role as a nurse/child health assessor

    Community Practitioner, Vol: 76 Page: 121-122 2003
    D. Kinnair

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  • 10.   Childhood traumas and hallucinations: an analysis of the National Comorbidity Survey

    This study examined the relationship between occurrences of childhood trauma and self-reported experiences of hallucinations using data from the the National Comorbidity Survey

    J Psychiatr Res, Vol: 41 Page: 222-8 2007 Apr-Jun
    M. Shevlin; M. Dorahy; G. Adamson

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  • 11.   Children at risk domestic violence and their educational attainment: Perspectives of education welfare officiers, social workers and teachers

    This study describes the perceptions of Education Welfare Officers, child protection social workers and teachers in post-primary schools regarding the impact of domestic violence on schooling and educational attainment, and of service responses to this

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 185-201 2007
    Dorothy Byrne; Brian Taylor

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  • 12.   Children in care used in drugs tests

    This article discusses an article concerning children in care being used in drug tests

    Community Care, 2002

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  • 13.   Chronic child abuse and domestic violence: Children and families with long-term and complex needs

    The aim of this study was to examine findings from a study conducted on children in the child protection system with long-term and complex needs as a result of experiencing domestic violence

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 13 Page: 443-453 2008
    John Devaney

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  • 14.   Clerical Child Sex Abuse: The Response of the Roman Catholic Church

    This article discusses the response of the Roman Catholic Church to child sex abuse

    Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, Vol: 14 Page: 490-494 2004
    Elizabeth A. Dunne

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  • 15.   Community Rules Preventing Re-Offending by Child Sex Abusers -- A Life History Approach

    This article discusses a life history approach to community rules preventing reoffending by child sex abusers.

    International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Vol: 28 Page: 45-68 2000
    Mike Brogden; Sharon Harkin

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  • 16.   Confidentiality issues

    This article discusses confidentiality issues

    World of Irish Nursing, Vol: 9 Page: 18-18 2001
    P. McGinn

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  • 17.   Coping alone: Examining the prospects of adolescent victims of child abuse placed in foster care

    This study describes the problems young people face in foster care

    Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Vol: 31 Page: 57-66 2002
    Deborah Browne

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  • 18.   Dealing with a problem that doesn't exist? Professional responses to female perpetrated child sexual abuse

    This article discusses issues on female involvement in sexual offences against children

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 16 Page: 252-267 2007
    Lisa Bunting

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  • 19.   Development of the Stay Safe Programme

    Erratum: Error in attribution Child Abuse Review

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 10 Page: 300-300 2001
    Alan Carr; Deirdre MacIntyre

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  • 20.   Development of the Stay Safe programme

    This study aimed to describe the development and implementation of the Stay Safe Programme

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 9 Page: 200-216 2000
    Deirdre MacIntyre; Alan Carr; Maria Lawlor; Michael Flattery

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  • 21.   Early Prediction and Prevention of Child Abuse--a Handbook (Book)

    Book Review: Early Prediction and Prevention of Child Abuse--a Handbook (Book)

    International Social Work, Vol: 46 Page: 141-142 2003
    Siobhán Keogh

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  • 22.   Effective Intervention for Child Abuse and Neglect. An Evidence-based Approach to Planning and Evaluating Interventions (Book)

    Book Review: Effective Intervention for Child Abuse and Neglect: An Evidence-Based Approach to Planning and Evaluating Interventions,"

    European Journal of Social Work, Vol: 6 Page: 91-93 2003
    Karola Dillenburger

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  • 23.   Ethical issues in the daily medical care of children

    The article discusses ethical issues in the daily medical care of children

    Eur J Pediatr, Vol: 165 Page: 83-6 February 2006
    R. Kurz; D. Gill; S. Mjones

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  • 24.   Evidence-based practice in family therapy and systemic consultation I Child-focused problems

    This article discusses the effectiveness of family therapy as a treatment alone or as part of a multimodal or multisystemic treatment programme for child abuse and neglect, conduct problems, emotional problems and psychosomatic problems

    Journal of Family Therapy, Vol: 22 Page: 29 2000
    Alan Carr

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  • 25.   Examining issues of child abuse in Irish foster children

    This article discusses issues of child abuse in Irish foster children

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 32-49 2000
    D. C. Browne; A. Moloney; M. Taylor

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  • 26.   Exploring the views of police officers on the use of videotaped evidence in child abuse cases in northern Ireland

    This study describes the views and attitudes of police officers in the Greater Belfast area, concerning the process and use of video-taped interviews with child witnesses, subsequently used as court evidence in child abuse cases

    Journal of Social Work Research and Evaluation, Vol: 2 Page: 57-72 2001
    David A. Hayes

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  • 27.   Facing What Cannot be Changed: The Irish Experience of Confronting Institutional Child Abuse

    This article examines the process of dealing with historic child abuse in the Republic of Ireland

    Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law, Vol: 29 Page: 245-263 2007
    Carol Brennan

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  • 28.   Fact or fantasy? A review of recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse

    This article discusses a review of recovered memories from childhood sexual abuse

    Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol: 18 Page: 99-105 2001
    Michael M. Del Monte

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  • 29.   Factor structures of measures of cognitive distortions, emotional congruence and victim empathy based on data from Irish child sex offenders

    This study aimed to describe factor structures of measures of cognitive distortions, emotional congruence and victim empathy based on data from Irish child sex offenders

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 142-149 2006
    Brian Waldron; Gary O'Reilly; Patrick Randall; Mark Shevlin; Barbara Dooley; Anthony Cotter; Paul Murphy; Alan Carr

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  • 30.   Family, social and personal variables in adolescent sex offenders

    The aim of the study was to examine differences between abused and nonabused adolescent male sex offenders on familial, social, and personal variables were investigated

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 22 Page: 198-212 2001
    Amanda Symboluk; Anne L. Cummings; Alan W. Leschied

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  • 31.   FOLLOW IRISH LEAD

    This article focused on the policy of the Irish government regarding victims of institutional abuse, with emphasis on the Residential Institutions Redress Act of 2002

    Community Care, 2002
    Allison Taylor

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  • 32.   'Forty Seven, Today You are Nine': Systematic Abuse in Irish Childcare Institutions

    This article discusses Bion's Affect Theory, in relation to the recent disclosure of systematic abuse in State-funded childcare institutions in Ireland

    Group Analysis, Vol: 39 Page: 25-35 2006
    Paul Shield

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  • 33.   Identifying and assessing cases of child neglect: learning from the Irish experience

    The aim of this study was to increase knowledge of social work practice in cases of child neglect

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 10 Page: 99-110 2005
    Jan Horwath

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  • 34.   Irish child sexual abuse victims attending a specialist centre

    The aim of this study was to describe the profile of a cohort of child sexual abuse cases referred for assessment to a specialist child sexual abuse centre

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 12 Page: 190-204 2003
    Beth O'Riordan; Alan Carr; Rhonda Turner

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  • 35.   Lightening can Strike Twice: The Case for the Management and Control of Violent Offenders against Children in Northern Ireland

    This case report discusses a case example to illustrate the need for robust arrangements to manage violent offenders against children in Northern Ireland

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 57-65 2007
    John F. T. Glasgow; Paul T. Jackson; Margaret Kelly; Colin Reid

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  • 36.   Listen to me! Children's experiences of domestic violence

    The aim of this study was to explore the impact of domestic violence on children, identify their needs and recommend appropriate interventions to be brokered through a centrally based women's support service

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 16 Page: 296-310 2007
    Helen Buckley; Stephanie Holt; Sadhbh Whelan

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  • 37.   Media and Child Abuse Seminar, University of Ulster, 1 March 2002

    The aim of this study was to examine issues of child abuse experienced by the author perpetrated by her father

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 144-146 2002
    Sorcha McKenna

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  • 38.   News update brief

    News update brief: Childhood health

    Mental Health Nursing, Vol: 27 Page: 5-5 2007

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  • 39.   Practice nurses vital to effective delivery of primary care

    This article discusses the practice nurses role in effective delivery of primary care

    Nursing in the Community, Vol: 7 Page: 8-9 2006
    A. Moore

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  • 40.   Professionals reluctant to report child abuse: study exposes fear of litigation

    This article discusses how professionals are reluctant to report child abuse due to a fear of litigation

    Paediatric Nursing, Vol: 16 Page: 5-5 2004

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  • 41.   Profiles of child sexual abuse cases in Ireland: An archival study

    The aim of this study was to profile subgroups of child sexual abuse cases referred for assessment at two national sexual abuse assessment centre in Ireland

    Child Abuse & Neglect, Vol: 26 Page: 333-348 2002
    Margretta Nolan; Anne O'Flaherty; Rhonda Turner; Kay Keary; Carol Fitzpatrick; Alan Carr

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  • 42.   Profiles of the parents of adolescent CSA perpetrators attending a voluntary outpatient treatment programme in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine demographic, developmental, personal adjustment and family environment variables of parents of (male) adolescent sexual offenders and normal and clinical controls

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 12 Page: 5-24 2003
    Yvonne Duane; Alan Carr; Joan Cherry; Kieran MacGrath; Deirdre O'Shea

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  • 43.   Promoting child protection, welfare and healing: The case for developing best practice

    This paper focuses specifically on the meanings and development of best practice in family support in the context of child protection work

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 6 Page: 1-12 2001
    Harry Ferguson

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  • 44.   Psychological debriefing for acute trauma: A welcome demise?

    This article discusses the parallel that exists between involuntary debriefing and the problems of recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse, as well as psychological debriefing for posttraumatic stress disorder

    Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol: 18 Page: 43-44 2001
    Louise Conlon; Thomas J. Fahy

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  • 45.   Religious orders to pay compensation

    This article discusses the religious orders compensation payment to victims of abuse

    Community Care, 2002

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  • 46.   Retrieved memories of childhood sexual abuse

    This article discusses the politico-legal background and the Freudian origins of the debate surrounding the retrieval of childhood sexual abuse memories

    British Journal of Medical Psychology, Vol: 73 Page: 1-13 2000
    Michael M. DelMonte

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  • 47.   Review of a community-based youth counselling service in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine a community-based youth counselling services in Ireland

    Children and Youth Services Review, Vol: 28 Page: 325-345 2006
    Kevin Lalor; Sinead O'Dwyer; Denis McCrann

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  • 48.   Review of Child Protection Work: Beyond the Rhetoric

    Book Review: Child Protection Work

    Social Work and Social Sciences Review, Vol: 11 Page: 70-77 2004
    Ros Day

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  • 49.   Review of Constructing Meanings and Identities in Child Protection Practice

    Book Review: Constructing Meanings and Identities in Child Protection Practice

    Social Work Education, Vol: 25 Page: 311-313 2006
    Alastair Christie

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  • 50.   Review of Trauma, Attachment and Family Performance. Fear Can Stop You Loving

    Book Review: Attachment and Family Performance. Fear Can Stop You Loving

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 304-305 2004
    Colette Gray

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  • 51.   Review of Viewing Child Pornography on the Internet

    Book Review: Viewing Child Pornography on the Internet

    British Journal of Social Work, Vol: 36 Page: 511-513 2006
    Kevin Brown

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