2005-06 Seminars


ACFAS Conference, May 17th 2006



Jean Labbé (Direction de la santé publique)


Is child maltreatment a "new" problem in our occidental society?



Karen J. Swift (Social Work, York University)

Social constructivism theory and child maltreatment



Nico Trocmé

Violence against children: A Canadian depiction based on the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS-2003)



Marc Ouimet (Criminology, Université de Montréal)

Violence against children based on police records



David Finkelhor (Crimes Against Children Research Centre, University of New Hampshire)

Sham or Champagne: The controversial decline of sexual abuse and other forms of child victimisation



John D. Fluke (Walter R. McDonald & Associates, Inc.)

Updates from the US National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) : Trends and Comparisons



Paul Durning (Observatoire national de l'enfance en danger)

Should we count situations of reported child maltreatment or children in need of a measure? Overview of current evolutions in France



Danny Dessureault (Psychoeducation, UQTR)

Réal Boisvert (Agency of health and social services of Mauricie and Centre du Québec)

Daniel Gagnon (Youth centre of Mauricie and Centre du Québec)

Underprivilege and reports at the DPJ: An association corrobored by territorial cartography


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November 9th, 2005


Michael MacKenzie (University of Michigan)


Attachment Theory and Change Processes in Foster Care


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