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  1. Project-Based Group Work Facilitator's Manual

    Project-Based Group Work Facilitator's Manual

    Young People, Youth Workers and Projects

    Andy Gibson and Gaynor Clarke

    This book is intended to help youth workers to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to work successfully and creatively with groups of adolescents and young adults. It explores how skills are learnt, how values, and understandings are developed and how projects can enhance this process. It also shows how these things can happen in practice. Learn More
    1995, 200pp
  2. Child Abuse and Child Abusers

    Child Abuse and Child Abusers

    Protection and Prevention

    Edited by Lorraine Waterhouse

    Based on both research and practice, this book provides a comprehensive picture of the success, fairness and significance of child protection services for children, parents and individuals. It approaches the problem of child abuse from the various perspectives of those affected (abused children and young people, parents and professionals). Learn More
    1996, 240pp
  3. Children and Young People in Conflict with the Law

    Children and Young People in Conflict with the Law

    Edited by Stewart Asquith

    The contributors to this volume examine the range and nature of problem behaviours among children and young people and the changing nature of their offending, which is reflected in the ongoing examination of philosophies, practices and policies and the tension between `welfare' and more traditional `justice and punishment' approaches. Learn More
    1996, Paperback / softback, 0.04in x 0.04in / 1mm x 1mm, 280pp, AU$51.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-291-3
  4. Helping Children with Ill or Disabled Parents

    Helping Children with Ill or Disabled Parents

    A Guide for Parents and Professionals

    Julia Segal and John Simkins

    When a parent falls ill or becomes disabled, the pressures placed on family, relations and friends can be very great. Children, in particular, are sometimes forgotten as the adults struggle to cope, yet often have to endure enormous anxiety. The authors look at the range of issues that can arise, including guilt, anger, frustration and fear. Learn More
    1996, 256pp
  5. The Participation Rights of the Child: Rights and Responsibilities in Family and Society

    The Participation Rights of the Child: Rights and Responsibilities in Family and Society

    Målfrid Grude Flekkøy and Natalie Hevener Kaufman

    This introductory text, written by one of the world's authorities on the rights of the child, covers all the issues involved in a comprehensive and accessible way. The book should be required reading on human rights courses, as well as key background reading for a wide range of professionals who work with children. Learn More
    1997, 200pp
  6. The Working of Social Work

    The Working of Social Work

    Edited by Juliet Cheetham and Mansoor A. F. Kazi

    Those who practise, manage and pay for social work have increasingly to provide evidence of its quality and effectiveness. This book presents recent research of direct relevance to key issues in social work policy and practice and promotes the understanding and use of research methods appropriate for both academic, and practitioner based research. Learn More
    1998, Paperback / softback, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 240pp, AU$51.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-498-6
  7. Children as Citizens: Education for Participation

    Children as Citizens: Education for Participation

    Edited by Cathie Holden and Nick Clough

    The social, moral and cultural development of children is a central concern for all schools. This book, which draws on the voices of children and practising teachers, demonstrates how such development can be promoted through children's readiness to discuss, debate and actively participate as young citizens. Learn More
    1998, 240pp
  8. Middle Childhood

    Middle Childhood

    Moira Borland, Ann Laybourn, Malcolm Hill and Jane Brown

    The period of childhood which falls between the early years and adolescence is a comparatively neglected area of study. In its combination of viewpoints, set against a background of related research, law, policy and practice, this book offers a rich and challenging study of an important period of the child's development. Learn More
    1998, Hardback, 9.29in x 6.30in / 236mm x 160mm, 224pp, AU$93.00
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-472-6
    1998, Paperback / softback, 9.06in x 6.22in / 230mm x 158mm, 224pp, AU$49.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-473-3
  9. Managing Child Sexual Abuse Cases

    Managing Child Sexual Abuse Cases

    Brian Corby

    Social workers involved in child sexual abuse work have key powers and duties in civil law to protect children. Written for professionals, this book examines the complex nature of such cases, and explores the problems encountered by local authority social workers who are required to intervene in families to protect children. Learn More
    1998, 176pp
  10. Growing Up with Disability

    Growing Up with Disability

    Edited by Carol Robinson and Kirsten Stalker

    Growing Up with Disability encompasses a wide range of perspectives on childhood impairment and its social implications. The book adopts a child-centred approach, stressing the importance of communicating with disabled children, and includes interviews and pieces of their own writing. The book explores how such children can best be protected. Learn More
    1998, 224pp

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