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  1. Born to Fail?

    Born to Fail?

    The National Children's Bureau reports on striking differences in the lives of British

    Peter Wedge and Hilary Prosser

    Based on the National Child Development Study, this ebook is about children and about Britain. Learn More
    1973, Ebook, PDF, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818587
  2. The Roots of Violence and Vandalism

    The Roots of Violence and Vandalism

    Mia Kellmer Pringle

    Focusing on preventative measures, this ebook explores how violence and vandalism are linked to the most basic emotional needs and the extent to which these are met or remain unfulfilled. Learn More
    1973, Ebook, PDF, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818761
  3. Britain's Sixteen-Year-Olds

    Britain's Sixteen-Year-Olds

    Preliminary findings from the third follow up of the National Child Development Study (1958 Cohort)

    Edited by Ken Fogelman

    This ebook is based on information from the National Child Development Study, and explores what Britain's sixteen-year-olds were like in the 1970s. Learn More
    1976, Ebook, PDF, 82pp, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818686
  4. Who Cares?

    Who Cares?

    Young people in care speak out

    Edited by Raissa Page and G.A. Clark

    Written by a group of young people in care, this publication provided a platform from which they could speak freely about their hopes, aspirations, contentions, criticisms and fears. Learn More
    1977, Ebook, PDF, 63pp, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818679
  5. Children in Adversity

    Children in Adversity

    The National Children's Bureau reports on Britain's disadvantaged 11-16 year olds

    Peter Wedge and Juliet Essen

    In 1973, Born to Fail? studied the life-chances of a sample of children born in one week in March 1958. lt exposed the alarming deprivations of a group of 11-year-olds suffering substantial social disadvantage. Learn More
    1982, Ebook, PDF, 100pp, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818693
  6. Who Says?

    Who Says?

    Choice and control in care

    Ruth Gardner

    This ebook is for all who are concerned about the quality of care and its improvement. Learn More
    1987, Ebook, PDF, 106pp, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781907969058
  7. Closing Children's Homes

    Closing Children's Homes

    An End to Residential Child care?

    David Cliffe with David Berridge

    This ebook reports on the unprecedented and radical step taken by Warwickshire Social Services Department when, in 1986, it closed the last of its children's homes. Learn More
    1991, Ebook, PDF, 245pp, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818990
  8. 30 Years of Change for Children

    30 Years of Change for Children

    Edited by Gillian Pugh

    The authors reflect on the main changes in legislation, on key messages from research and on whether developments in practice have reflected these research findings. Learn More
    1993, Ebook, PDF, 279pp, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818969
  9. Children and Residential Care in Europe

    Children and Residential Care in Europe

    Nicola Madge

    Originally published in 1994, this ebook looks broadly at children and child care services, especially residential child care, in 13 European Union countries, to give an overview of national similarities and differences and identify key areas of change, development and concern. Learn More
    1994, Ebook, PDF, 176pp, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818594
  10. The Future Shape of Children's Services

    The Future Shape of Children's Services

    Adrianne Jones and Keith Billon

    This report concentrates on those children who require services beyond those which are generally on offer from mainstream health and education services and who also need a more appropriate response from mainstream services. Learn More
    1994, Ebook, PDF, 59pp, AU$12.00
    ISBN: 9781907969041

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