Critical practice with children and young people

Critical practice with children and young people


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781847426819
Publisher: Policy Press at the Univ of Bristol
Publication date: 07/21/2010
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 6.70(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Martin Robb is a senior lecturer in the School of Health, Wellbeing, and Social Care at the Open University.

Table of Contents

Introduction - Martin Robb and Rachel Thomson
Section one: The conceptual context: Children's perspectives informing professional welfare practice - Maria Eriksson and Keith Pringle
The impact of devolution on policies for children in Scotland - Jane Aldgate
Walking on egg shells: multiculturalism, gender and domestic violence - Heidi Safia Mirza
Theorising development, constructing normal childhoods - Lindsay O'Dell
Meeting the needs of pregnant and parenting teenagers using research: pointers for practice - Lisa Arai
Children and 'green well fair' - Jane Franklin
Section two: The organisational context: Integrated services, inter-professional working and the development of effective practice with children, young people and their families - Barry Luckock
Multi-agency practice and professional identity - Anna Souhami
Leadership, management and managerialism - Adrian Kelly
Professionalism and professionalisation - Andy Rixon
Men wanted: gender and the children's workforce - Martin Robb
Section three: The personal and professional context: Identities in context: the professional identities of early years workers - Jayne Osgood
The making of a good teacher in the twentieth century - Jane Martin
Shifting the goalposts: researching pupils at risk of social exclusion - Val Gillies and Yvonne Robinson
The personal is political: feminist youth work and intergenerational exchange - Janet Batsleer
Crossing and defending boundaries: teachers becoming mothers - Rachel Thomson
An alternative holistic practice? Reflection as a tool for understanding the whole self in children and young people's nursing - Sue Higham

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