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Children's Services: Working Together (Paperback)
  • Children's Services: Working Together (Paperback)

Children's Services: Working Together (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 05/01/2012
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Children's Services: Working Together brings together contributions from a number of authors in the field. The book covers policy, theory, research and practice relevant to students and professionals working with children in a wide range of roles. The emphasis on working collaboratively with other professionals, where appropriate, and the holistic approach to children make this a valuable resource to anyone working with children today.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9781408237250
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 794 g
Dimensions: 248 x 191 x 21 mm


"I feel that this text is absolutely ideal for students who are studying at undergraduate level and I find that the text overall is easy to read and is in most parts very concise in conveying concepts and ideas... I will certainly be recommending it to others, and I also feel that this text would be beneficial to those already working in children's services as it provides a vital review of policy and practice development and how this has been shaped around a variety of different factors, including theory, international and European approaches, in addition to direction from central and localised government."

- Clare Pitkin, Childhood Studies student, Portsmouth University

"Clearly written and very accessible, the information in this book should make it a leader in text books for students but also for seasoned practitioners [...] It forces us to think beyond the structural to the cultural context of our work. [There is a] clarity of how to listen to children and work with them, respecting each one as a unique individual who will make their own mind up about who they will trust and share their thoughts with about important issues in their lives."

- Reviewed by Ruth Stark, Social Worker Manager, SASW in British Association of Managers magazine (Scotland)

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