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The Routledge Handbook of Global Child Welfare

Author: Pat Dolan; Nick Frost
Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2017
Series: Routledge International Handbooks
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pat Dolan; Nick Frost
ISBN: 9781317374749 1317374746
OCLC Number: 1006761064
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (409 Seiten)
Contents: Introduction, (Pat Dolan and Nick Frost)Part I: Historical and Theoretical PerspectivesIntroduction to Part I, (Pat Dolan and Nick Frost)1. Children, Parents and the Family: 1500-1900, (Linda Pollock)2. Child Welfare: History and Origins, (Nick Frost)3. Children and Childhood: Viewed Through Different Disciplinary Lenses, (Hazel Wright)Part II: Parenting, Resilience and Community SupportIntroduction to Part II, (Pat Dolan and Nick Frost)4. Community Development Approaches in Response to Neoliberalism: The Example of Eskasoni Mental Health Services, Canada, (Linda Leibenberg and Daphne Hutt-Macleod)5. The Centrality of Community: Achieving Child and Youth Welfare, (Sarah Eissler and Mark Brennan)6. Universal Service Provision for Children and Young People: A Challenge for Policy Makers, (Roger Smith)7. Child Welfare Practice in New Zealand: Challenges and Possibilities, (Robyn Munford and Jackie Saunders)Part III: Family SupportIntroduction to Part III, (Pat Dolan and Nick Frost)8. Promoting Children's Welfare through Family Support, (Carmel Devaney)9. Contemporary Young Motherhood: Global Perspectives of Everyday Experiences, (Barry Fearnley)10. The Relevance of Youth Civic Engagement for Child Welfare: Lessons Learnt from Socialist and Post-Socialist Slovenia, (Tanja Kovacic and Pat Dolan)11. Children's Rights, Social Justice and Family Support: Developing Inclusive, Intersectional and Participatory Practice, (John M. Davis and Mary Smith)Part IV: Crime and Violence against Children Introduction to Part IV, (Pat Dolan and Nick Frost)12. Preventing Child Sexual Exploitation: Would an International Age of Consent to Sexual Activity Help Secure the Welfare of children?, (Jenny Pearce) 13. Child Labour Exploitation: A Historical and Global Perspective, (Gary Craig) 14. Child Welfare and Serbia on the Path Towards European Integration, (Nevenka Zegarac)15. The Impact of Intimate Partner Violence on Children: A Global and Developmental Analysis, (Hannah Clark and Sandra Graham-Bermann)16. The Impact of Exposure to Domestic Abuse on Children and Young People: Lessons from Research, (Stephanie Holt)17. Comparing Child Protection Systems: Towards a Global Perspective, (Nigel Parton)Part V: Substitute CareIntroduction to Part V, (Pat Dolan and Nick Frost)18. Kinship Care for Children and Young People: International Perspectives, (J.P. Gleeson)19. International Adoption: A Global Challenge, (Oh Myo Kim, JaeRan Kim and Randy Tarnowski)20. Residential Care for Children and Young People: Policy and Practice Challenges, (Claudia Mollidor and David Berridge)21. Institutionalisation and the Commodification of Children: How to Ensure Children Regain their Right to Family Life, (Georgette Mulheir and Lina Gyllensten)Part VI: Promoting Positive PracticeIntroduction to Part VI, (Pat Dolan and Nick Frost)22. From Relationship-Based Practice in Child Welfare Services to Co-Production with Families, (Nuala Connolly, Liam White and Mirja Satka)23. Multi-Disciplinary Work with Children and Young People: Process and Outcomes, (Nick Frost)24.Youth Mentoring as a Form of Support for Children and Young People at Risk: Insights from Research and Practice, (Caroline McGregor, Mary Lynch and Bernadine Brady) 25. Activated Empathy in Child Welfare and Youth Development: A Case for Consideration, (Pat Dolan, James Kenny and Danielle Kennan)26. The Use of Play Skills During Child Protection and Welfare Assessments: Building Relationships with Children to Explore Attachment Relationships, (Lisa O'Reilly and Pat Dolan) 27. Conclusion, (Pat Dolan and Nick Frost)
Series Title: Routledge International Handbooks
Responsibility: Edited by Pat Dolan, Nick Frost.


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