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Authors: Vissing, Yvonne M. ; Peer, Sharon (Salem State College) 
Book Description:
This book is a guide to help in locating information and data to aid and support children. It is divided into chapters in which some special aspect of child research is the focus. Chapter One deals exclusively with how to find United States government agency information about children. Another chapter focuses on issues of child health, while another concerns itself with legal issues that pertain to children.
There is an overview chapter for those who wish to know more about the intricacies of how to use the Internet to find information about children. At the end of this book, there is information on key child-oriented professional agencies, and a user-friendly index for finding basic web sites that address child-oriented topics.

Table of Contents:
Introduction; Chapter 1: Conducting Research on Children; Chapter 2: Using Electronic Resources; Chapter 3: Federal Government Resources; Chapter 4: Child Policy; Chapter 5: Legal Resources; Chapter 6: Child Care Resources; Chapter 7: Education Resources; Chapter 8: Child Health Resources; Chapter 9: Child Safety Resources; Chapter 10: Parenting, Adoption, and Foster Care Resources; Chapter 11: Media Resources; Chapter 12: Camping Organizations; Chapter 13: Religious Resources; Chapter 14: Special Interest Group Resources; Chapter 15: Statistical Resources; Chapter 16: Foundations Specializing in Children’s Issues; Chapter 17: Professional Organizations for Children, Indexes.

   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2001
   ISBN: 1-56072-974-0
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