Corporal Punishment and Low Income Mothers: The Role of Family Structure, Race, and Class in America

by Lorelei Mitchell

About Lorelei Mitchell

Lorelei Mitchell is Research Consultant with the Center for Improvement of Child and Family Services at the School of Social Work at Portland State University. She earned her PhD and MSW from the University of California, Berkeley, her MPA from the University of Washington, and her BA from Swarthmore College. She has long been interested in the welfare of children and families, working in both direct social services and research and policy analysis. Her work has been published in Child Welfare and she has presented at the annual conference of the Society for Social Work and Research. She has reviewed books for the Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare and taught in the department of sociology and social services at the California State University, East Bay.


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