Background: Violence against children increases in adolescence, but there is a research and practice gap in evidence-based child abuse prevention for the adolescent years. A pilot programme for low-resource settings was developed in collaboration with NGOs, government and academics in South Africa, using evidence-based principles. Methods: This study used a pre-post design to test initial effects of a 10-session parenting programme with 60 participants (30 caregiver-adolescent dyads) in high-...Expand abstract
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- In press
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- Peer reviewed
- Accepted manuscript
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- Cluver et al.
- © The Author(s) 2016. Published by SAGE Publications on behalf of the Society for Social Work and Research. This is the accepted manuscript version of the article. The final version will be available online from SAGE Publications after publication.
Developing a parenting programme to prevent child abuse in South Africa: A pre-post pilot study
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