Using Data to Make Violence Against Children with Disabilities Visible: An Overview of Data Sources, Methodological Challenges and Ethical Considerations (Chapter 2 in Child Protection and Disability: Practical Challenges for Research).
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This chapter provides an overview of data sources on violence against children with disabilities and specific methodological and ethical challenges associated with research on child protection and disability. Challenges to drawing inferences are discussed, as well as deciding who is counted in research and the reliability of the account.
CHILD WELFARE; CHILD ABUSE; CHILD PROTECTION; CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES; DEAFNESS; DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES; PHYSICAL DISABILITIES; SOCIAL WORKERS; SOCIAL WORKERS ROLE; POLICIES; PROMISING PRACTICES; RESEARCH METHODOLOGY; CHILD WELFARE RESEARCH; ETHICS; DATA COLLECTION