Case Studies of Twenty-One Children Committed to Angel Guardian Home by the Domestic Relations Court, Children's Division in 1942, 1943 and 1944
This particular study was chosen because of an interest in the origin and background of children committed by the Court to an institution. A few of the factors that will be considered are the children's condition at the time of placement, their acceptance of a boarding home and their subsequent adjustment or maladjustment in such a home. A division into three groups, namely 1) alcoholism 2) mental illness and 3) commitment because of the death of a parent enables a comparison between the children of these three groups to be made as to feelings toward parents and a desire to return home.
Developmental psychology|Social work
Walker, Jean Gailhac, "Case Studies of Twenty-One Children Committed to Angel Guardian Home by the Domestic Relations Court, Children's Division in 1942, 1943 and 1944" (1949). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29281769.