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Homepage > Archive > Numar: 2 > Involvement of Children in the Preparation and Development of the BECAN Research (Balkan Epidemiological Study on Child Abuse and Neglect), Romania

Articole de: Corina Voicu

Nr. 4 / 2019 - Children’s Outlook on Violence and Help
For this research, the data collection process was based on the questionnaire used by an international research conducted by The Queens University Belfast. The main aim of the research was to reveal c...
Nr. 2 / 2016 - Involvement of Children in the Preparation and Development of the BECAN Research (Balkan Epidemiological Study on Child Abuse and Neglect), Romania
The involvement of the participants in all the phases of a research is an option of the researchers, which introduces the benefits and costs financially, methodologically, ethically, and from the outc...
Nr. 4 / 2013 - Contribuţia debutului sexual şi a comportamentelor de risc pentru sănătate asupra reuşitei la bacalaureat a adolescenţilor din România
Suggested relationship between sexual and health risk-taking behaviours and school success is rarely investigated in CEE countries. In our project we study their impact on results of the compulsory gr...
Nr. 3 / 2013 - Adolescents’ Plans for Family Formation. Preliminary Findings from Romania
Transition to adulthood is a continuous process grounded in the daily choices youth make regarding the focusing of their energies across the multiple social contexts of family, peers, school, work or ...
Nr. 2 / 2012 - The Balkan Epidemiological Study on Child Abuse and Neglect (BECAN) in Romania
BECAN (Balkan Epidemiological Study on Child Abuse and Neglect) is an epidemiological study aiming at mapping child abuse and neglect (CAN) in the general population of 11-13-16-year-old children tha...
Nr. 2 / 2012 - Abusive Parents from Rural and Urban Areas
For the sake of further planning preventive actions in child-welfare, our data contextualize the idea of “families at risk for child abuse and neglect”. The aim of the study is to reveal the diffe...


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