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Module Reading List

Supporting Families? Analysing the Theory and Practice of Family Support, 2017/18, Semester K01
Nathan Loynes
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Supporting families : a consultation document. Published London : Stationery Office, c1998.

Meeting the childcare challenge : a framework and consultation document. [London : Stationery Office], 1998. 1998

Child protection : messages from research. London : HMSO, 1995.

Baldock, P. et al, (2005) Understanding Early Years Policy, Paul Chapman

Bilson, A. (Ed) (2005) ‘Evidence-based practice in social work’ Whiting & Birch.

Bradshaw, J. (2001) 'Poverty : the outcomes for children', London, FPSC

Canavan, Dolan and Pinkerton (eds) (2000), ‘Family support : direction from diversity’, London, JKP

Cannan, C (1992) 'Changing families, changing welfare : family centres and the welfare state', Brighton, Harvester Wheatsheaf

Colton, M. (1995), ‘Children in need : family support under the Children Act 1989’, London, JKP

Dolan, P., Canavan, J., Pinkerton, J. (Eds) (2006) ‘Family support as reflective practice’ JKP.

Fawcett, B. et al (2004) ‘Contemporary child care policy and practice’ (Palgrave)

Featherstone, B. (2004) Family life and family support : a feminist analysis, Palgrave, Basingstoke

Frost, N et al (eds) (2003) The RHP companion to family support, Lyme Regis, Russell House

Frost, N. (2005) ‘Professionalism, partnership and joined-up thinking : a research review of front-line working with children and families’, Research in Practice

Frost, Nick. 2005. Child welfare : major themes in health and social welfare. London: Routledge.

Giddens, Anthony. 2000. Runaway world : how globalization is reshaping our lives. New York: Routledge.

Glass N (1999) ‘Sure Start: The Development of an Early Intervention programme for Young Children in the United Kingdom’ Children & society 13 pp. 257-264

Greene, S. & Hogan, D. (2005) ‘Researching children's experiences’ Paul Chapman.

Hallett, C. (1995) Interagency coordination in child protection, London, HMSO.

Harding, L. (2001) 'Child poverty', Sheffield, Hallam

Hendrick, H ‘Child welfare and social policy : an essential reader’ (Polity, 2005).

Holman, B. (1988) 'Putting families first : prevention and child care : a study of prevention by statutory and voluntary agencies', London, MacMillan

Humphreys, C. & Stanley, N. (Eds) (2006) ‘Domestic violence and child protection : directions for good practice’ JKP.

Land, H. (2001) Meeting the child poverty challenge : why universal childcare is key to ending child poverty, London, Daycare Trust

McAuley, C., Pecora, P. J., Rose, W. (Eds) (2006) ‘Enhancing the well-being of children and families through effective interventions : international evidence for practice’ JKP.

McMahon, L. and Ward, A.(2001) 'Helping families in family centres : working at therapeutic practice', London, Jessica Kingsley

Parton, N. (ed) (1997) ‘Child protection and family support : tensions, contradictions, and possibilities’, London, Routledge

Parton, N. (2006) ‘Safeguarding childhood : early intervention and surveillance in a late modern society’ Palgrave Macmillan.

Parton, N. (1991) 'Governing the family : child care, child protection and the state', London, MacMillan

Parton, N., and Wattam, C. (1999) ‘Child sexual abuse : responding to the experiences of children’, London, MacMillan

Pithouse, A. (1998), ‘Family support and family centre services’, London, JKP

Smith, T. (1996) 'Family centres & bringing up young children', London, HMSO

Violence Against Children Study Group (1990) ‘Taking child abuse seriously : contemporary issues in child protection theory and practice’, (London, MacMillan)

Violence Against Children Study Group (1999) ‘Children, child abuse and child protection : placing children centrally’, (London, John Wiley)

Warren-Adamson, C. (ed) 'Family centres and their international role in social action : social work as informal education', London, Ashgate

Weinberger, J. et al, (2005) ‘Learning from Sure Start : working with young children and their families’ OUP,

Wheal, A (ed) (2002), Family support handbook, Lyme Regis, Russell House

Wilson and James (eds) (2002) ‘The Child Protection Handbook’ London, Balliere Tindall

This list was last updated on 23/02/2011