From the study, Gendered Attributions of Blame and Failure to Protect in Child Welfare Responses to Sexual Abuse: A Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis, which of these was not found in the case file review.
A. Notwithstanding the widespread use of gender-neutral language, gendered practice was evident in the case files through all stages of service delivery.
B. Regardless of whether the men involved were assets or risks, attention remained relatively fixed on women, whose roles in care and protection were deemed fundamental obligations.
C. Generally disregarding perpetrator and environmental risk factors, risk assessments, care plans, and court petitions concentrated on the failures and faculties of mothers and fathers to protect.
D. Mothers were constructed as the embodiment of risk and target of blame for failing to perform their protective function up to par, while paradoxically appointed as the principal agent of change.
The answer is C. Generally disregarding perpetrator and environmental risk factors, all risk assessments, care plans, and court petitions narrowly concentrated on the failures and faculties of mothers to protect.
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