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Contents FOREWORD The Rt. Hon. Lord JusticeWall Introduction Chapter 1 The Problem of Child Abuse: Recognition, Responses and Re-evaluations Chapter 2 Constructing and Deconstructing Shaken Baby Syndrome: Changing Cultural Definitions and Medical Practice Chapter 3 Clinical Identification of Non-Accidental Head Injury: Examining the 'Social' Risk Factors Chapter 4 Proving Non-Accidental Head Injury: From Mere Suspicion to Proof Beyond All Reasonable Doubt Chapter 5 Causation, Scientific Evidence and Shaken Baby Syndrome: An Example of a Medical Controversy Chapter 6 Responding to Non-Accidental Head Injury: Changes and Challenges APPENDIX: THE RESEARCH PROJECT REFERENCES CASES
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Shaken baby syndrome -- Great Britain.
Shaken baby syndrome -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.
Child Abuse -- legislation & jurisprudence -- Great Britain.
Child -- Great Britain.
Craniocerebral Trauma -- Great Britain.
Shaken Baby Syndrome -- Great Britain.