Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
First Reader/Committee Chair
Children of incarcerated parents have been found to experience long-term trauma as an effect of parental incarceration. There is little information regarding resources and programs available to these children to mitigate these issues. This study aims to identify recurring themes experienced by children and families separated by incarceration which cause negative long-term issues. The study will identify these overlaps and identify plans that can be implemented by social service agencies to alleviate and diminish the rates at which children are affected by incarceration. The researcher will conduct individual interviews with participants to complete an exploratory cross-sectional study. Data gathered from the interviews will be transcribed and analyzed using descriptive statistics and thematic analysis.
Rose, Sharon, "Incarceration Effects on Children and Families" (2023). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 1567.