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Module Reading List. Click the link below to access the general reading list. Use it to extend your knowledge and understanding. In addition, there are readings attached to each session which will appear on Minerva.

Child Welfare - Research, Policy and Practice, 2019/20, Semester 2
Nathan Loynes
N.Loynes@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Alderson, P. & Morrow, V. 2004. Ethics, social research and consulting with children and young people ISBN: 1904659071. Barkingside: Barnardo’s. Available in hard-copy in the Laidlaw or Edward Boyle University Library.

Allen, N. 2005. Making Sense of the Children Act 1989. 4th edition. Chichester: John Wiley. Available online via the University Library website or in hard copy in the Edward Boyle or Health Sciences University Library.

Anning, A. et al. 2010. Developing multi-professional teamwork for integrated children's services: research, policy and practice ISBN: 0335219780. Maidenhead: Open University Press. Available on line via the university library website or in hard copy in the Laidlaw, Edward Boyle or Health Sciences University Library.

Blaxter, L. et.al. 2010. How to Research. 4th Edition Maidenhead: Open University Press. Available online via the University Library website.

Daniel, P. & Ivatts, J. 1998. Children and social policy ISBN: 0333652088 (pbk.) : £13.99; 033365207X.  Basingstoke: Macmillan. Available in hard-copy in the Health Sciences, Laidlaw or Edward Boyle University Library.

Frost, N. & Parton, N. 2009. Understanding children's social care: politics, policy and practice. London: Sage. Available online via the University Library website or in hard copy in the Laidlaw or Health Sciences University Library.

Hallet, C. & Prout, A. (eds.). 2003.Hearing the Voices of Children ISBN: 041527642x (pbk.) : £16.99; 0415276411. London: Routledge/Falmer. Available online via the University Library website or in hard copy in the Laidlaw or Edward Boyle University Library.

Hendrick, H. 2005. Child welfare and social policy: an essential reader. Bristol: Policy Press.  Available in hard copy in the Laidlaw, Edward Boyle or Health Sciences University Library.

Iwaniec, D. & Hill, M. 2000. Child welfare policy and practice : issues and lessons emerging from current research ISBN: 1853028126. London: Jessica Kingsley. Available in hard copy in the Edward Boyle University Library.

Kellett, M. 2005. How to develop children as researchers : a step-by-step guide to teaching the research process ISBN: 1412908302 (pbk.); 1412908299 (cased). London: Paul Chapman Publishing. Available in hard copy in the Edward Boyle or Laidlaw University Library.

Kellett, M. 2011. Children's perspectives on integrated services : every child matters in policy and practice ISBN: 9780230230392 (pbk). Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan. Available in hard copy in the Edward Boyle University Library.

Morrow, V. 2009.The Ethics of Social Research with Children and Families in Young Lives: Practical Experiences. Oxford: University of Oxford. Available online here: https://www.younglives.org.uk/sites/www.younglives.org.uk/files/YL-WP53-Morrow-EthicsOfResearchWithChildren.pdf

Rees, G. 2011. Adolescent neglect: Research, policy and practice. London: Jessica Kingsley. Available online via the University Library website or in hard copy in the Edward Boyle or Laidlaw University Library.

Robson, C. 2016. Real world research : a resource for users of social research methods in applied settings. 4th Edition Chichester: Wiley. Available in hard copy in the Edward Boyle or Laidlaw University Library. Note: This is a very popular book and is often booked out. An earlier 2006 version (3rd Edition) is available in the Edward Boyle or Laidlaw University Library and this would be fine to use too.

Shaw, J. and Frost, N. 2013. Young People and the Care Experience: Research, Policy and Practice. London: Routledge. Available online via the University Library website or in hard copy in the Edward Boyle or Laidlaw University Library.

Online Journals are available from University Library and can be accessed electronically, e.g.: 

Childhood. ISSN: 0907-5682

Children & society. ISSN: 0951-0605

 ‘Journal of early childhood research. ISSN: 1476-718X

 Plus many more and you are encouraged to search further for yourselves.

Useful Websites:

www.education.gov.uk

There are important & relevant archived policy documents that were generated under ww.dfes.gov.uk and which can be accessed via archives on the education website.

www.ness.bbk.ac.uk

Evaluations of the Sure Start programme.

http://www.open.ac.uk/researchprojects/childrens-research-centre/

The Open University Children’s Research unit 

www.ncb.org.uk

National Children’s Bureau website where you can access relevant research and consultations concerning children and young people.

This list was last updated on 23/11/2018