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Lessons learned from international studies on child protection decision-making employing the model of Judgments and Decisions Processes in Context (JUDPiC)

Lopez Lopez, M. & Benbenishty, R., 2020, (Accepted/In press) Decision Making and Judgement in Child Welfare and Protection: Theory, Research, and Practice. Fluke, J., López López, M., Benbenishty, R., Knorth, E. J. & Baumann, D. (eds.). New York: Oxford University Press

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APA

Lopez Lopez, M., & Benbenishty, R. (Accepted/In press). Lessons learned from international studies on child protection decision-making employing the model of Judgments and Decisions Processes in Context (JUDPiC). In J. Fluke, M. López López, R. Benbenishty, E. J. Knorth, & D. Baumann (Eds.), Decision Making and Judgement in Child Welfare and Protection: Theory, Research, and Practice New York: Oxford University Press.

Author

Lopez Lopez, Monica ; Benbenishty, Rami. / Lessons learned from international studies on child protection decision-making employing the model of Judgments and Decisions Processes in Context (JUDPiC). Decision Making and Judgement in Child Welfare and Protection: Theory, Research, and Practice. editor / John Fluke ; Mónica López López ; Rami Benbenishty ; Erik J. Knorth ; Donald Baumann. New York : Oxford University Press, 2020.

Harvard

Lopez Lopez, M & Benbenishty, R 2020, Lessons learned from international studies on child protection decision-making employing the model of Judgments and Decisions Processes in Context (JUDPiC). in J Fluke, M López López, R Benbenishty, EJ Knorth & D Baumann (eds), Decision Making and Judgement in Child Welfare and Protection: Theory, Research, and Practice. Oxford University Press, New York.

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Lessons learned from international studies on child protection decision-making employing the model of Judgments and Decisions Processes in Context (JUDPiC). / Lopez Lopez, Monica; Benbenishty, Rami.

Decision Making and Judgement in Child Welfare and Protection: Theory, Research, and Practice. ed. / John Fluke; Mónica López López; Rami Benbenishty; Erik J. Knorth; Donald Baumann. New York : Oxford University Press, 2020.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademicpeer-review

Vancouver

Lopez Lopez M, Benbenishty R. Lessons learned from international studies on child protection decision-making employing the model of Judgments and Decisions Processes in Context (JUDPiC). In Fluke J, López López M, Benbenishty R, Knorth EJ, Baumann D, editors, Decision Making and Judgement in Child Welfare and Protection: Theory, Research, and Practice. New York: Oxford University Press. 2020


BibTeX

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abstract = "The study of inter-country variability of child protection decision-making has become an emerging research theme in the past decade. The present chapter draws on a variety of studies conducted using the model of Judgments and Decisions Processes in Context (JUDPiC; Benbenishty & Davidson-Arad, 2012) to compare judgments and decisions in cases of alleged maltreatment made by decision makers in five countries: Israel, the Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Portugal and Spain. The chapter begins with a brief overview of research on inter-country comparisons in the field of child protection decision-making. Next, we describe the JUDPiC model and present in some detail the first international comparison study conducted with this underlying model (Benbenishty et al., 2015). We offer next the subsequent developments of this research project in the different countries involved. In the final section, we discuss some implications for child protection policy and practice, and future research.",
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