Contemporary Developments in Child Protection: Issues in Child Welfare by Nigel PartonContemporary Developments in Child Protection: Issues in Child Welfare by Nigel Parton

Contemporary Developments in Child Protection: Issues in Child Welfare

Guest editorNigel Parton

Hardcover | November 3, 2015

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Volume 2 "Issues in Child Welfare" is primarily concerned with how best to respond to maltreatment ‘within’ the family and hence has a range of papers which are much more concerned with the area of policy and practice more traditionally framed in terms of ‘child welfare’ and social work with children and families. It also includes a paper on how to respond to child maltreatment and neglect in a large hospital context.

Title:Contemporary Developments in Child Protection: Issues in Child WelfareFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:192 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.5 inShipping dimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.5 inPublished:November 3, 2015Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3038421197

ISBN - 13:9783038421191

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors About the Guest EditorPrefaceSusan Young, Margaret McKenzie, Cecilie Omre, Liv Schjelderup and Shayne WalkerPracticing from Theory: Thinking and Knowing to "Do" Child Protection WorkElizabeth FernandezChild Protection and Vulnerable Families: Trends and Issues in the Australian ContextEline Vyvey, Rudi Roose, Lieselot De Wilde and Griet RoetsDealing with Risk in Child and Family Social Work: From an Anxious to a Reflexive Professional?Carme MontserratThe Child Protection System from the Perspective of Young People: Messages from 3 StudiesShanti Raman, Michelle Maiese, Katrina Hurley and David GreenfieldAddressing the Clinical Burden of Child Physical Abuse and Neglect in a Large Metropolitan Region: Improving the Evidence-BaseM. Angeles Balsells, Crescencia Pastor, Pere Amorós, Ainoa Mateos, Carmen Ponce and Alicia NavajasChild Welfare and Successful Reunification through the Socio-Educative Process: Training Needs among Biological Families in SpainNuria Fuentes-Peláez, Pere Amorós, Crescencia Pastor, María Cruz Molina and Maribel MateoAssessment in Kinship Foster Care: A New Tool to Evaluate the Strengths and WeaknessesJoanna Alexander, Shanti Raman, Terence Yoong and Belinda MawhinneyImproving Pathways to Assessment and Care for Infants of Substance Abusing Mothers: Are We Getting It Right?Emily KeddellCurrent Debates on Variability in Child Welfare Decision-Making: A Selected Literature ReviewDoug MagnusonThe Productive Uses of Conflict in Child Protection