Considers ways in which raising questions about gender can help researchers and practitioners better understand family relationships and issues in children's development Draws on current developments in thinking about gender relations Offers an overview of sociological, psychological and developmental perspectives on family relationships, child welfare outcomes and the practice/policy realities of professional interventions with families Chapters address range of service settings; including family support, child health, education, child protection, domestic violence, alooked aftera children and youth justiceOthers partially integrated a#39;fatherhooda#39; issues into the standard Duluth model ( Fall, Howard and Ford, 1999). Indeed these developments led to child-focused a#39; Abuse of Childrena#39; and a#39;Nurturing Childrena#39; wheels. However, a more radical departure ... Accordingly, Scott and Crooks have designed a programme which combines a a#39;fatherhood agendaa#39; and a perpetrator focus. This programme is called theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Gender and Child Welfare in Society|
|Author||:||Brid Featherstone, Carol-Ann Hooper, Jonathan Scourfield, Julie Taylor|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-12-09|