Research Highlights in Social Work, Volume 57, Challenging Child Protection

Research Highlights in Social Work, Volume 57, Challenging Child Protection

edited by Janice McGhee, fl. 2000 and Lorraine Waterhouse, fl. 1996, in Research Highlights in Social Work, Volume 57 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 186 page(s)

This is a sample. For full access:

Please choose from the following options to gain full access to this content

Log in via your academic institution

Details

Abstract / Summary
Challenging Child Protection offers a ground-breaking new perspective which will illuminate and improve the professional understanding and practice of social workers and child protection workers.Taking a fresh look at the principles underlying child protection, this book provides a thought-provoking analysis of the evidence base which underpins professional understanding and intervention. It outlines the ways in which agencies have worked to prevent child abuse and neglect and traces key changes in UK policy, as well as situating these amid wider trends in Europe. With contributions from a wide variety of disciplines, including philosophy and anthropology, this is a uniquely diverse collection of academic perspectives. This book challenges our conceptions of child protection and encourages readers to think critically about why children are harmed by adults, how society views child abuse and how this informs practice.
Field of Interest
Social Work
Publisher
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Copyright Message
Copyright © Research Highlights Advisory Board 2015
Content Type
Book
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
2015
Page Count
186
Publication Year
2015
Publisher
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Place Published / Released
London, England
Series Number
Volume 57
Subject
Social Work, Social Sciences, Psychology & Counseling, Children and Families, Cultural norms, Government policy, Child abuse, Macro
Series / Program
Research Highlights in Social Work

View my Options

View Now

Create an account and get 24 hours access for free.

×