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Abstract In 1990 fewer than 34 paternities were established for every 100 nonmarital births, yet without establishment of paternity, nonmarital children are denied certain filial rights afforded them by law. Because of the increasing numbers of births outside of marriage, attention has recently...
Abstract This study tested the hypothesis that the use of different languages in a telephone survey could adversely affect the cross-cultural comparability of standardized research measures. The data used in the analysis were taken from the 1988 National Survey of Hispanic Elderly People (NSHEP)...
Abstract Nothing is as central to the work lives of social workers or as important to an organization's effective use of personnel as the satisfaction staff derive from their employment. The present study presents a short (14-item) facet-based, direct measure of job satisfaction that can be used...
Abstract This analysis investigated whether variations in mothers' feelings of role strain account for some of the variance in their perceptions of their three- and four-year-old children. The analysis uses data from a larger study of single, black, employed mothers ( N = 111 ) who were former...
Abstract Research by pediatricians and radiologists during the 1950s uncovered evidence that large numbers of children were being physically abused and killed by their caretakers. In 1962 Kempe and his colleagues published their historic study, “Battered-Child Syndrome,” which provided empirical...
Abstract Social network mapping techniques have been advanced as a means of assessing social and environmental resources. The self-report nature of social network data poses problems in determining validity and reliability. This article addresses the issue of convergent construct validity, that...
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