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Child welfare laws and programs undertake to assure social protection and aid to all children whose normal family relationships do not suffice to meet the established minimum standards. Welfare systems differ from country to country, but welfare is commonly provided to individuals who are unemployed, those with illness or disability, the elderly, those with dependent children, and veterans. The theoretical underpinnings of family preservation represent an assortment of therapeutic and behavioral theories (Barth, 1988; Wells, forthcoming) that essentially identify the cause of maltreatment as rooted in the aberrant behavior of the individual.

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Publisher: Columbia University Press; second edition edition (April 15, 1993)

ISBN: 0231069693

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