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Child welfare

Abbreviation: Child Welf.

Published by: Child Welfare League of America

Publisher Location: New York, NY, USA

Journal Website:
http://www.cwla.org/child-welfare-journal/journal-archives/


Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 1956; 35(1) -- 2015; 94(5)

Publication Date Range: 1948 --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 587
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pISSN = 0009-4021
USNLM = 0372735 | CODEN = CHWFAS | OCLC = 01071435


Find a library that holds this journal: http://worldcat.org/issn/00094021

Journal Language(s): English

Title preceded by: Child Welfare League of America Bulletin


Aims and Scope (from publisher): Launched in 1921 and renamed in 1948, this scholarly, peer-reviewed journal keeps readers abreast of the special problems facing millions of children–children who are homeless, abused, new to this country, severely disabled. These are the children who rely on caring professionals to help. Child Welfare links the latest findings in child welfare and related research with the best practice, policy, and program development into one innovative resource equally indispensable to child welfare and associated professionals.

Child Welfare is published every other month. Typically, two of the six issues per year are special issues on specific topics (see Featured Issues); submissions for special issues are largely by invitation of the special issue editor.