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How does the accusation of child abuse, however delicately made, affect families? In such fraught circumstances, can parents and professionals negotiate a working relationship? These are just two of the issues considered by this study which focuses on parental perspectives in cases of suspected child abuse. As part of a wider initiative to explore different aspects of child abuse, the report examines the role of different agencies at various points in the investigative procedure and whether parental perceptions influence the outcome of the case.
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