This book provides an alternative approach to that which currently dominates child protection policy and practice. It argues that the harms children and their families experience are often subject to a highly individualised risk-focused gaze and for a social model that locates families within their economic and social contexts and places ethics and human rights centrally.
|Place of Publication||Bristol|
|Number of pages||192|
|Publication status||Published - 18 Sep 2018|
- Department of Behavioural and Social Sciences - Professor of Social Work
- School of Human and Health Sciences
- Centre for Applied Childhood, Youth and Family Research - Associate Director