The contributors to this book provide a comprehensive review of child care policy and practice. They present evaluations and critiques of new or impending legislation and policies, and describe innovative services for children and young people who are deemed to be in need of protection, care or control as a result of abandonment, neglect, ill-treatment, offending or other difficulties. They also examine changes in adoption law, where such issues as placement policies in relation to children from ethnic minorities, intercountry adoption and the trend towards greater openness have become prominent and controversial in recent years.There are striking similarities with current arguments for a#39;boot campsa#39; and military style regimes for young offenders ... 75 What is also clear is that the advocacy of measures Children, Crime and Society Stewart Asquith, University of Glasgow.
|Title||:||Child Welfare Services|
|Author||:||Malcolm Hill, Jane Aldgate|
|Publisher||:||Jessica Kingsley Publishers - 1996-01-01|