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After having read Turning Stones, students will use a completely objective (3rd person), expository (no editorial comments), and scholarly (lots of evidence) voice to answer the following questions:

Why does child abuse happen?

What barriers do public child welfare employees experience in working to protect children?

Students will be graded according to the rubric below…

Rubric

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CriteriaRatingsPts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWhy Does Child Abuse Happen? – Drawing on examples from the book (Turning Stones), student must offer additional, relevant, evidence-based support to describe some of the many reasons for child abuse (examples: poverty, mental illness, addictions, etc.)

Full Marks

10.0 pts

No Marks

0.0 pts

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWhat barriers do public child welfare employees experience in working to protect children? – Drawing on examples from the book (Turning Stones), student must offer additional, relevant, evidence-based support to describe what barriers public child welfare employees experience in working to protect children (examples: bureaucracy, lack of coordination with other agencies, parental rights, jurisdiction, funding, etc.)

Full Marks

10.0 pts

No Marks

0.0 pts

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting Mechanics and Empirical Support… Paper must be at least four full pages, but no longer than seven full pages. Student must include a title and reference page; Paper layout, in-text citations, and references are in APA format; In ADDITION to citing the book, your paper must utilize a minimum of SEVEN, UNIQUE, PEER-REVIEWED CITATIONS (i.e. citations from seven different sources… not seven citations from the same article).

Full Marks

10.0 pts

No Marks

0.0 pts

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