Author(s): Ernst JS, Meyer M, DePanfilis D
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Abstract This study explored the relationship between housing conditions and the adequacy of the physical care of children. The sample included 106 caregivers who were participating in a neglect prevention demonstration project in a low-income, inner-city neighborhood. Children who lived with caregivers who had unsafe housing conditions were less likely to receive adequate physical care. Findings confirm the importance of addressing concrete housing conditions as part of an ecological approach to preventing child neglect.
This article was published in Child Welfare
and referenced in Journal of Architectural Engineering Technology