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Child Protection and Family Support By Nigel Parton

Child Protection and Family Support
by Nigel Parton

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Child protection and family support is a major social issue and there is a continuing debate about how policies and practices in relation to child protection integrate with those in family support and child welfare more generally. This study analyzes the nature of this issue.
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Child Protection and Family Support: Tensions, Contradictions and Possibilities by Nigel Parton

First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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""The assorted articles offer a varied and interesting menu of perspectives on the tensions between protection (an authoritarian stance) and support (a cooperative stance). The reader is treated to the United Kingdom policies on these two approaches, the philsophy behind them, research on their effectiveness, program examples, legal issues, and practice concepts. . ."Child Protection and Family Support is a collection of works that merits reading. It is well-written and covers a wide range of topics, all of which are relevant to American child welfare practice. Reading the book is oddly comforting; the problems with which we grapple in the U.S. are not unique. We are not alone." --Dorinda N. Noble, LSU School of Social Work for "Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, April 2000."

Table of Contents

1. Child Protection and Family Support: Current Debates and Future Prospects Nigel Parton 2. The Re-Focusing of Children's Services: The Contribution of Research Mike Little 3. Implementing the Family Support Clauses of the 1989 Children Act: Legislative, Professional and Organisational Obstacles Jane Tunstill 4. Policing Minority Child Rearing Practices in Australia David Thorpe 5. Relating Outcomes to Objectives in Child Protection Policy Jane Gibbons 6. Introducing Non-Punitive Approaches into Child Protection: Legal Issues Judith Masson 7. Can Filtering Processes be Rationalised Corinne Wattam 8. Children abused within the care system - do current representation procedures offer the child protection and the family support? Christine Lyon 9. Protection and Child Welfare: Striking the Balance Elaine Farmer 10. Need, Risk and Significant Harm June Thoburn, Marion Brandon and Anne Lewis 11. Delivering Family Support: Issues and Themes in Service Development Nick Frost 12. Partnership with Service Users in Child Protection and Family Support Bill Jordan 13. Putting Child and Family Support and Protection into Practice Barbara Hearn

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Child Protection and Family Support: Tensions, Contradictions and Possibilities by Nigel Parton
Nigel Parton
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Taylor & Francis Ltd
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