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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2008Paedophilia and child sexual abuse in MaltaFarrugia, Lucienne (2008)
2004The parent perpetrator : what lies beneath?Borg, Elena (2004)
2004Parenting practices and their influences on self-esteem and emotional abuse : the healing professionals' perceptionDarmanin, Melanie (2004)
1991Perspectives in child abuseBorg, Peter Paul (1991)
2006Play techniques as a social work interventionSaliba, Andrea (2006)
1999Policies and procedures for prevention and dealing with cases of child sexual abuse for children in careMagro, Bryan (1999)
2008Protecting youth : policy implications for youth organisationsBonavia, Caroline Anne (2008)
2008Protecting youth : policy implications for youth organisationsBonavia, Caroline Anne
2008Securing the safety and well-being of neglected children within the family and community contextGauci, Luana (2008)
2013Sexting : analysing the Maltese response to an emerging crimeArmeni, Crista
2003Social work and child abuse in the Maltese family division of the Civil CourtSaid, Angie (2003)
1999The social worker's role in the prevention of child abuseCachia, Sonia (1999)
1998The social worker's role with the emotionally abused childQuattromani, Martha (1998)
2007Social workers' perception : the effectiveness of intervention and care orders on sexually abused children in the local contextCamilleri Galea, Stephanie (2007)
2006Social workers' response to the expressed needs of non-abusive mothers of sexually abused childrenVella, Stephanie (2006)
2021Understanding the experience of professionals of their work with children who suffered child abuseMizzi, Abigail (2021)
2004Vicissitudes after the conspiracy of silence : child sexual abuse and effects on adolescent identity developmentAttard, Bianca (2004)
2012When helping the parent means protecting the child : counselling interventions for parents who risk abusing their childrenD’Amico, Anthea