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Message ID: 10258
Date: 2017-10-18

Author:Joan Zlotnik

Subject:Re: perceptions of child maltreatment

Joe, you might look at CDC as part of their essentials for childhood or Veto Violence initiatives there was a focus on Public perceptions as well as the perceptions of the business community. Joan On Wed, Oct 18, 2017 at 11:44 AM Joseph Ryan > wrote: I am looking for any national surveys that tap into the perceptions - and more specifically the prevalence - of child abuse and neglect. Basically - does the general population understand the scope of maltreatment in the united states? My guess is that most people underestimate, but would like some evidence. Any leads or suggestions would be appreciated. Best, Joe -- Joseph P. Ryan, Ph.D. Associate Professor University of Michigan ssw-datalab.org -- Joan Levy Zlotnik Joanzlotnik@gmail.com

Joe, you might look at CDC as part of their essentials for childhood or Veto Violence initiatives there was a focus on Public perceptions as well as the perceptions of the business community. Joan On Wed, Oct 18, 2017 at 11:44 AM Joseph Ryan > wrote: I am looking for any national surveys that tap into the perceptions - and more specifically the prevalence - of child abuse and neglect. Basically - does the general population understand the scope of maltreatment in the united states? My guess is that most people underestimate, but would like some evidence. Any leads or suggestions would be appreciated. Best, Joe -- Joseph P. Ryan, Ph.D. Associate Professor University of Michigan ssw-datalab.org -- Joan Levy Zlotnik Joanzlotnikgmail.com