Double Risk: Immigrant Mothers, Domestic Violence and Public Child Welfare
New York, NY: Elsevier
Evaluation and Program Planning v.33 n.3, 2010, 288-293 pages
"This paper examines the experiences of Mexican immigrant mothers living in New York City who become involved with public child welfare services because of domestic violence and makes recommendations for evaluation of program services to immigrant mothers. A case study and the results of a focus group interview will be presented to illustrate the often conflicting cultural, social and political issues confronted by immigrant mothers as they negotiate the organization of services designed to address specific forms of domestic violence, i.e., the protection of children and the protection of women." Description from source
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