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Shaken baby syndrome (SBS) is a shocking phenomenon that is increasingly recognized as one of the most severe forms of child abuse, with very high rates of morbidity (more than 50%) and mortality (15%-38%) among children under 1 year (American Academy of Pediatrics [AAP], 2001; King, MacKay, Sirnick, & the Canadian Shaken Baby Study Group, 2003; Ward, Bennett, & King, 2004). Shaken baby syndrome is responsible for the majority of deaths that are due to child abuse (King et al. ; Morad et al., 2004). About 75% of survivors suffer neurological, cognitive, developmental, or psychological sequels, and severe functional cerebral palsy-type sequel occur in 60% of survivors (Bonnier et al., 2003; Karandikar, Coles, Jayawant, & Kemp, 2004; King et al. ;
Incarcerations can also have a major impact on the community. Thus, this form of punishment can affect everyone around the punished women. Incarceration of women with children is a very large percentage that has a huge impact on their family. 1.3 million Women are convicted primarily on drug crimes. The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world since 2000, and 52% are parents.
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