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Working with Children, Young People and Families

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October 2010 | 208 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Written from a unique interprofessional perspective, this book is an essential introduction to working with children, young people and families. It covers policy, practice and theory, exploring key themes and developments, including:

- poverty and disadvantage

- ethical practice

- child development

- education

- child protection

- children and young people's rights

- doing research.

The book introduces students to a range of theoretical perspectives, links the key themes to the existing and emerging policy and practice context and supports students in engaging with and evaluating the central debates.

With case studies, reflective questions and sources of further reading, this is an ideal text for students taking courses in childhood studies, working with children, young people and families, interprofessional children's services, early years, youth work and social work.

Graham Brotherton
Working with Children, Young People and Families: The Policy Context
Graham Brotherton and Gill McGillivray
Changing Childhoods, Changing Families
Graham Brotherton
Working with Parents
Hilary Dunphy and Terry Potter
The Meaning of Poverty: Issues and Policy Development
Graham Brotherton and Terry Potter
Children and Young People's Health and Well-Being
John Ryan and Stephen Griffin
Listening to Children's Voices in Educational Settings
 
Mark Cronin and Claire Smith
 
From Safeguarding to Safeguarding
Stan Tucker and Dave Trotman
Interpreting Risk: Factors, Fears and Judgement
Roger Willoughby
Situating Child Development
Claire Smith
Research with Children, Young People and Families
Gill McGillivray and Helen Davies
Developing Yourself as a Practitioner
Graham Brotherton and Gill McGillivray
Where Are We Going?

Useful additional reading for students working in CAMH

Dr Jane Callaghan
Div of Psychology, Northampton University
September 13, 2012

useful as a suplementary text for students working with the 0 - 19 age group.

Ms Deborah Abbott
Professional Education And Development, Doncaster University Centre
July 11, 2012

Students found information accessible and digestible - able to transfer content to application. Book was a recommended reader in the list and due to student feedback and content of assessed work this text has been adopted as an essential read for level 6 students across two modules

Mrs Mary Wood
Education , canterbury christ church university
June 29, 2012

A very good, theoretically sound starting point for students interested in this growing area of work.

Dr Liesl Conradie
Social Science , University of Bedfordshire
June 28, 2012

Covers a range of issues without using too complex a language. Activities throughout are useful to engage learners in higher level thinking. A good text to encourage reflective practice.

Mrs Hayley Rowlings
Society, Health and Childhood, Blackpool and the Fylde College
April 10, 2012

This is a good supporting text for students on the FdA Children and Young People's Workforce. It is easy to read and supports multiple modules. It will appear on the suggested reading list for students next year.

Mrs Karen Keast
Community Studies, Truro College
March 12, 2012

A wonderfully fresh approach to the issues of worjing with children, young people and families.

Miss Sarah McMullen
Social Science , Derby University
November 2, 2011

A very student friendly book

Mrs Heather Macdonald
Education , Chester University
October 26, 2011

I am recommending this book for my PQ students, but I will also be recommending it to the undergraduates

Ms Helen Burrows
Social Work , Nottingham Trent University
July 22, 2011

This book title shares the same name as the title of the Foundation Degree we deliver so scores very highly with the students. There is a agood range of subjects covered by the authors. The subjects are relavnt to the course of study so make this a useful text book to have. An evaluation of the content judges it to be well laid out, easy to read and follow, set at an appropriate level to engage studentsin higher level study.

Mrs Sue Raphael
Early Years, Stephenson College
July 20, 2011

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