Category: Violence, Assault, and Abuse

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State Efforts to Reduce Adverse Childhood Experiences Should Include Programs to Strengthen Marriage

How Denial and Victim Blaming Keep Sexual Assault Hidden

China’s One-Child Policy: Effects on the Sex Ratio and Crime

Seeking Dignity-Based Justice: An Interview With Bruce Western

How Far Should the Government Go to Prevent Intergenerational Poverty?

Factors That Shape Parent-Child Reunification After a Parent is Released From Prison

The Internet is for Misogyny (At Least for Some Men)

Should Kinship Care Be the Default Option for Kids in Foster Care?

Nearly Half of U.S. Children Have Suffered At Least One Adverse Childhood Experience

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