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Thomas D. Lyon

In: Neglected Children: Research, Practice, and Policy

Chapter 12: Are Battered Women Bad Mothers?: Rethinking the Termination of Abused Women's Parental Rights for Failure to Protect

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Are Battered Women Bad Mothers?: Rethinking the Termination of Abused Women's Parental Rights for Failure to Protect
Are battered women bad mothers?: Rethinking the termination of abused women's parental rights for failure to protect
Thomas D.Lyon

It is often stated that intervention on behalf of abused and neglected children is intended to protect the child rather than punish the parent. This stance ...

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