Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Adams, G. and Berzonsky, M. 2003. Blackwell Handbook of Adolescence. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
Aldgate, J., Jones, D., Rose, W. & Jeffery. C. eds. 2006. The Developing World of the Child. London: Jessica Kingsley. Especially Chapter 11 (Middle Childhood: Five to Eleven Years) and Chapter 12 (Adolescence and Beyond: Twelve Years Onwards)
Coleman, J. 2011. The Nature of Adolescence. 4th Edition. London: Routledge.
Coleman, J. & Hagell, A. 2007. Adolescence, Risk and Resilience: Against the Odds. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Coleman, J., Hendry, L. & Kloep, M. eds. 2007. Adolescence and Health. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Daniel, B. & Wassell, S. 2002. The School Years. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Daniel, B. & Wassell, S. 2002. Adolescence. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Daniel, B., Wassell, S. & Gilligan, R. 2010. Child Development for Child Care and Protection Workers. 2nd ed. London: Jessica Kingsley. Especially Chapter 7 (School Years) and Chapter 8 (Adolescence).
Davies, M. 2007. The Blackwell Companion to Social Work. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons. Chapter 5:2 (Childhood), Chapter 5:3 (Adolescence).
Erikson, E.1963. Childhood and Society. New York: Norton. Especially the model on Stages of Development.
Frost, N. 2011. Rethinking Children and Families: The relationship between childhood, families and the state. London: Continuum.
Frost, N. and Parton, N. 2009.Understanding Children’s Social Care: Politics, Policy and Practice. London: Sage. Chapter 5 (Youth Offending: Early intervention, prevention and tough enforcement), Chapter 8 (Working with children and young people with complex needs), Chapter 9 (A challenge to social care practice: Working with unaccompanied and asylum-seeking children and young people).
Goldson, B., Lavalette, M. and Jim McKechnie, J. 2002. Eds. Children, welfare and the state. London: Sage. Especially: Chapter 5 (Rich Children, Poor Children), Chapter 8 (Children, Class and the Threatening State), Chapter 9 (Children, Crime and the State), Chapter 11 (Sex Education as Regulation), Chapter 12 (Children, Politics and Collective Action: School Strikes in Britain).
Jones, P. and Walker G. eds. 2011. Children’s Rights in Practice. London: Sage. Especially Chapter 9 (Education and Children’s Rights), Chapter 11 (Rights, Health and Health Promotion), Chapter 13 (Provision for young people and rights: Youth work), Chapter 14 (Youth Justice and Children’s Rights).
Keenan, T., Evans, S. & Crowley, K. 2016. An Introduction to Child Development. Third Edition. London: Sage. Especially Chapter 11 (Social Development) and Chapter 12 (Moral Development).
Kehily, M. ed. 2008. An Introduction to Childhood Studies. 2nd Edition. Maidenhead: Open University Press. Especially Chapter 8 (New Media, new Childhoods?), Chapter 9 (Promoting Better Childhoods), Chapter 11 (Childhood and the Law)
Kerns, K. & Richardson, R. 2005. Attachment in Middle Childhood. London: Guildford Press.
Lancy, D. & Grove, M. 2011. Getting Noticed: Middle Childhood in Cross-cultural Perspective. Human Nature. 22, pp.281-302.
Mah, V & Ford-Jones, E. 2012. Spotlight on Middle Childhood: Rejuvenating the ‘forgotten years’. Paediatrics and Child Health. 17(2), pp.81-83.
Meggitt, C. 2012. Child Development: An Illustrated Guide. Harlow: Pearson Education. Especially Chapter 15 (Eight to Twelve Years) and Chapter 16 (Twelve to Nineteen Years).
Montgomery, H. and Mary Kellett, M. eds. 2009. Children and Young People’s Worlds: Developing frameworks for integrated practice. Bristol: The Policy Press.
Shaffer, D and Kipp, K. 2010. Developmental Psychology: Childhood & Adolescence 8th Edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
Smith, P., Cowie, H. & Blades, M. 2016. Understanding Children’s Development. Sixth Edition. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons. Especially Chapter 5 (Siblings and the Peer Group), Chapter 6 (Developing Emotional Intelligence and Social Awareness), Chapter 8 (Children and Media), Chapter 9 (Helping Others and Moral Development), Chapter 10 (Social Dominance, Aggression and Bullying), Chapter 13 (Cognition: Piaget’s Theory), Chapter 19 (Adolescence).
Taylor, S. & Workman, L. 2018. The Psychology of Human Social Development: From Infancy to Adolescence. London: Routledge.
Underwood, M. & Rosen, L. eds. 2011. Social Development: Relationships in Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence. New York, NY: The Guildford Press.
Walker, G. 2018. Working Together for Children. 2nd Edition. London: Bloomsbury. Chapter 9: Children involved in the criminal justice system.
This list was last updated on 08/08/2019