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Family group conferencing : new directions in community-centered child and family practice

Author: Gale Burford; Joe Hudson
Publisher: London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Family Group Conferencing indicates a large-scale shift in assumptions about the way child welfare services are planned and delivered - away from models that emphasize pathology, and toward those seeking an ecological understanding of the families and social networks involved. The contributors also present a wealth of information on related approaches, such as community conferences, circles, and wraparound  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gale Burford; Joe Hudson
ISBN: 9780203792186 0203792181
OCLC Number: 1003131148
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Part SECTION I INTRODUCTION: ORIGINS AND PHILOSOPIDCAL FRAMEWORK --
chapter 1 Searching for the Roots of Conferencing Rupert Ross --
chapter 2 Family Group Conferencing: Cultural Origins, Sharing, and Appropriation-A Maori Reflection Catherine Love --
chapter 3 Democracy, Community, and Problem Solving John Braithwaite --
chapter 4 Conferencing and the Community Kay Pranis --
chapter 5 Guiding Principles of the Conferencing Process David Moore and John McDonald --
part SECTION II INTRODUCTION: PRACTICE FRAMEWORKS --
chapter 6 Family Group Conferences as ' --
chapter 7 Family Group Conferencing as Person-Environment Practice Susan P. Kemp, James K. Whittaker, and Elizabeth M. Tracy --
chapter 8 Restorative Practices with High-Risk Youth Ted Wachtel --
chapter 11 Establishing Shared Responsibility for Child Welfare through Peacemaking Circles Kay Pranis and Barry Stuart --
chapter 9 Family Group Conference Connections: Shared Problems and Solutions Paul Nixon --
chapter 12 Social Network Theory, Research, and Practice: Implications for Family Group Conferencing Don Fuchs --
chapter 10 Bringing the Community Back In: Patch and Family Group Decision-Making Paul Adams --
chapter 13 The Wraparound Process with Children and Families John D. Burchard and Sara N. Burchard --
chapter 14 --
chapter 15 Making Action Plans in Vermont Jennifer L. Boland, Cynthia M. Collea, Judith Daly, Ruth Hale, and Thomas E. Hill --
chapter 16 Family Group Decision-Making and Family Violence Joan Pennell and Gale Bwford --
part SECTION III INTRODUCTION: COMPARATIVE PRACTICES --
chapter 17 Conferencing in New Zealand: Child Protection Mike Doolan and Pam Phillips --
chapter 21 Diversions and Departures in the Implementation of Family Group Conferencing in the United States Lisa Merkel-Holguin --
chapter 18 Family Group Conferences in Sweden KnutSundell --
chapter 19 Conferencing in England and Wales Peter Marsh and Gill Crow --
chapter 20 The Evolution of Conferencing within Child Welfare in Northern Ireland Linda Crozier --
chapter 22 Family Group Conferences in Four Australian States Paul Ban --
chapter 23 Implementing and Evaluating Family Group Conferences: The New South Wales Experience Judy Cashmore and Patricia Kiely --
chapter 24 Initiating Conferencing: Community Practice Issues Joan Pennell and Marie Weil --
chapter 25 Family Decision Process: Healing the Fractured Relationship Paul M. Sivak, Reverend Nathaniel Green, and Teri Kook --
chapter 26 Family Group Decision-Making in Oregon Ted Keys and Anna Rockhill --
part SECTION IV INTRODUCTION: EVALUATING FAMILY GROUP CONFERENCES --
chapter 27 Restorative Conferencing and Theory-Based Evaluation Gordon Bazemore and Jeanne B. Stinchcomb --
chapter 28 Data Collection in a Family Group Conference Evaluation Project Yvonne Unrau, Jackie Sieppert, and Joe Hudson --
chapter 29 Families as Resources: The Washington State Family Group Conference Project William Vesneski and Susan Kemp --
chapter 30 Evaluating and Implementing Family Group Conferences: The Family and Community Compact in Kent County, Michigan David Crampton and Wendy Lewis Jackson.
Responsibility: editors, Gale Burford, Joe Hudson.

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