Incidence of Maltreatment of Aboriginal Children Reported to Youth Protection in Quebec: Intercultural Comparisons
Référence bibliographique 
Tourigny, Marc, Domond, Pascale, Trocmé, Nico, Sioui, Bruno et Karine, Baril. 2007. «Incidence of Maltreatment of Aboriginal Children Reported to Youth Protection in Quebec: Intercultural Comparisons ». First Peoples Child & Family Review, vol. 3, no 3, p. 103-119.
Intentions : «[T]here is no information available to date on the various intercultural differences regarding maltreatment in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children in Quebec. The purpose of the study is to fill the gap in information by exploring the differences and similarities between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal cases of maltreatment reported to Youth Protection services in Quebec. » (p. 103)
Type de traitement des données : Analyse de contenu
« The purpose of the study is to examine reported cases of maltreatment in Aboriginal children and compare them with cases involving non-Aboriginal children based on a sample of such cases reported to Youth Protection services in Quebec. Results indicate that, in Quebec, cases involving Aboriginal children compared with cases for non-Aboriginal children are characterized by living situations such as subsidized housing, substance abuse in parents, an increased number of children in the family, the fact that a case reported was a ‘social emergency’ and that a case was less reported by the mother. Intervention plans with Aboriginal families and suggestions for future research are discussed. » (p. 103)