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Message ID: 10260
Date: 2017-10-19

Author:Jonson-Reid, Melissa

Subject:Re: perceptions of child maltreatment

There is also the General Social Survey done by U of Chicago on corporal punishment--again not maltreatment but the only other thing I can think of ________________________________ From: bounce-121961617-44915652@list.cornell.edu on behalf of Stella M. Resko Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 12:03 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Re: perceptions of child maltreatment Hi Joe, These aren't national samples but they are related to the topic of public percetion of child maltreatment: Stella Calvert, J. F., & Munsie-Benson, M. (1999). Public opinion and knowledge about childhood sexual abuse in a rural community. Child abuse & neglect, 23(7), 671-682. Price, J. H., Islam, R., Gruhler, J., Dove, L., Knowles, J., & Stults, G. (2001). Public perceptions of child abuse and neglect in a midwestern urban community. Journal of community health, 26(4), 271-284. Gray, J. M. (2008). Public awareness of child maltreatment: Is it influenced by the availibility heuristic. University of Wyoming Thesis. On Wed, Oct 18, 2017 at 11:38 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 -- Stella M. Resko, Ph.D. Associate Professor School of Social Work & Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute Wayne State University

There is also the General Social Survey done by U of Chicago on corporal punishment--again not maltreatment but the only other thing I can think of ________________________________ From: bounce-121961617-44915652list.cornell.edu on behalf of Stella M. Resko Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 12:03 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Re: perceptions of child maltreatment Hi Joe, These aren't national samples but they are related to the topic of public percetion of child maltreatment: Stella Calvert, J. F., & Munsie-Benson, M. (1999). Public opinion and knowledge about childhood sexual abuse in a rural community. Child abuse & neglect, 23(7), 671-682. Price, J. H., Islam, R., Gruhler, J., Dove, L., Knowles, J., & Stults, G. (2001). Public perceptions of child abuse and neglect in a midwestern urban community. Journal of community health, 26(4), 271-284. Gray, J. M. (2008). Public awareness of child maltreatment: Is it influenced by the availibility heuristic. University of Wyoming Thesis. On Wed, Oct 18, 2017 at 11:38 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 -- Stella M. Resko, Ph.D. Associate Professor School of Social Work & Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute Wayne State University