Items where School is "School of Social Work

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Bachmann, Max ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1770-3506, Husbands, C.R. and O'Brien, Margaret and UEA National Evaluation of Children's Trusts (2004) Children's trusts: developing integrated services for children in England. Working Paper. Department for Education and Skills, London.

Beek, M and Schofield, Gillian (2004) Providing a Secure Base: Tuning in to children with severe learning difficulties in long-term foster care. Adoption and Fostering, 28 (2). pp. 8-19. ISSN 1740-469X

Beek, M and Schofield, Gillian (2004) Promoting security and managing risk: contact in long-term foster care. In: Contact in Adoption and Permanent Foster Care: Research, Theory and Practice. BAAF, London, pp. 124-143.

Beek, Mary and Schofield, Gillian (2004) Providing a secure base in long-term foster care. BAAF, London.

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Clarke, Lynda and O'Brien, Margaret (2004) Father Involvement in Britain: the Research and Policy Evidence. In: Conceptualising and Measuring Father Involvement. Lawrence Erlbaum, New Jersey. ISBN 0-8058-4359-0

Cossar, Jeanette (2004) Kinship Care: Retracing the relationship between family and state. Working Paper. Social Work Monographs, University of East Anglia, Norwich.

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Day, R, Lewis, C, O'Brien, Margaret and Lamb, M.E (2004) Fatherhood and Father Involvement: Emerging Constructs and Theoretical Orientations. In: Sourcebook of Family Theories. Wiley, New Jersey.

Dickens, Jonathan (2004) Teaching child care law: key principles, new priorities. Social Work Education, 23 (2). pp. 217-230. ISSN 0261-5479

Dickens, Jonathan and Groza, V (2004) Empowerment in difficulty: A critical appraisal of international intervention in child welfare in Romania. International Social Work, 47 (4). pp. 469-487.

Dickens, Jonathan (2004) Risks and responsibilities: the role of the local authority lawyer in child care cases. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 16 (1). pp. 1-14.

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Howe, D and Neil, E ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5655-7498 (2004) Introduction. In: Contact in Adoption and Permanent Foster Care. Wiley, London, pp. 1-6.

Howe, D and Neil, E (2004) Conclusions: a transactional model for thinking about contact. In: Contact in Adoption and Permanent Foster Care. Wiley, London, pp. 224-254.

Howe, David and Feast, Julia (2004) Open adoption records, the human rights of adopted people and discrimination: the case of Odievre v France. European Journal of Social Work, 7 (1). pp. 25-42. ISSN 1369-1457

Howe, David and Steele, M (2004) Contact in cases in which children have been traumatically abused or neglect by their birth parents. In: Contact in Adoption and Permanent Foster Care. Wiley, London, pp. 203-223.

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McKeigue, Bridget and Beckett, Chris (2004) Care proceedings under the 1989 Children Act: Rhetoric and reality. British Journal of Social Work, 34 (6). pp. 831-849. ISSN 0045-3102

Myers, Patrick, Barnes, Jacqueline and Shemilt, Ian (2004) Using Existing Data in Sure Start Local Evaluation. Working Paper. UNSPECIFIED.

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Neil, E (2004) Contact after Adoption: A research review. In: Children and their families: Contacts, rights and welfare. Hart Publishing.

Neil, E (2004) The "Contact after adoption" Study: face-to-face contact. In: Contact in Adoption and Permanent Foster Care: Research, Theory and Practice. BAAF, London, pp. 65-84.

Neil, E (2004) The "Contact after adoption" Study: indirect contact and adotive parents' communication about adoption. In: Contact in Adoption and Permanent Foster Care: Research, theory and practice. BAAF, London.

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O'Brien, M, Shemilt, I and Jordan, E (2004) An Independent Evaluation of Children's Fund Lincolnshire. Working Paper. UNSPECIFIED.

O'Brien, M. (2004) Social science and public policy perspectives on fatherhood in Europe. In: The Role of the Father in Child Development. Wiley, pp. 121-145. ISBN 0471117714

O'Brien, Margaret (2004) Fathers and Family Support Services: Promoting Involvement and Evaluating Impact. National Family & Parenting Institute, London. ISBN 1 903615 30 5

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Sellick, Clive and Howell, Darren (2004) A description and analysis of multi-sectoral fostering practice in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Social Work, 34 (4). pp. 481-499. ISSN 0045-3102

Sellick, Clive, Thoburn, June and Philpot, T (2004) What Works in Adoption and Foster Care? Barnado's/BAAF. ISBN 904659 00 4

Sellick, Clive, Thoburn, June and Philpot, T (2004) What Works in Adoption and Fostering? Barnardos, Barkingside.

Shemilt, I, Harvey, IM, Shepstone, L, Swift, L, Reading, R, Mugford, M, Belderson, Pippa, Norris, N, Thoburn, J and Robinson, JE (2004) A national evaluation of school breakfast clubs: evidence from a cluster randomised controlled trial and observational analysis. Child: Care, Health and Development, 30 (5). pp. 413-427. ISSN 0305-1862

Shemilt, I, Mugford, M, Moffatt, PG, Harvey, IM, Reading, R, Shepstone, L and Belderson, Pippa (2004) A national evaluation of school breakfast clubs: where does economics fit in? Child Care, Health & Development, 30 (5). pp. 429-437.

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Wilson, K, Sinclair, I, Taylor, C, Pithouse, A and Sellick, Clive (2004) Fostering Success: An Exploration of the Research Literature in Foster Care. Social Care Institute for Excellence, London.

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Young, J and Neil, E (2004) The 'Contact after Adoption' study: The perspective of Birth Relatives after non-voluntary Adoption. In: Contact in Adoption and Permanent Foster Care: Research, Theory and Practice. British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering, London.

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