A population-based analysis of race and poverty as risk factors for maltreatment. January 13, 2012 Society for Social Work Research Washington, DC. Barbara Needell, PhD Emily Putnam-Hornstein, PhD Bryn King, MSW. Acknowledgements.
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January 13, 2012
Society for Social Work Research
Barbara Needell, PhD
Emily Putnam-Hornstein, PhD
Bryn King, MSW
Aggregate black/white reporting disparities are attenuated/reverse when adjustments are made for risk factors present at birth (Putnam-Hornstein & Needell, 2011).
Aggregate Latino/white disparities have not been noted in California, despite high rates of Latino poverty (Needell, et. al., 2011).