Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 9 No 2
In this special issue, guest-edited by Alan Macquarrie, you'll find a collection of seven articles dealing with historical or ethical dimensions of residential child care.
Three of the articles are based on papers given at the inaugural meeting of the Child Care History Network, held at Toddington, Gloucestershire, England in 2008.
The collection includes an article by Noel Howard on The Ryan Report (Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse), Government of Ireland, 2009.
|Creating a space for strangers||Kirsty Hamilton and Kathleen Mulvey|
|The Ryan Report in Ireland: Before and after||Noel Howard|
|‘Raising’ children: A character-based approach to residential child care||June Jones|
|Practices in and attitudes towards staff vetting in children’s residential centres in the Republic of Ireland||Catherine Hanley|
|Exploring the barriers and facilitators to health research with children and young people who are looked after||Hannah Dale and Lorna Watson|
|What is harmed by relationship can be healed by relationship: A developmental / relational approach to residential treatment for young children.||Elizabeth Kohlstaedt|
|George Hollowell reviewing: Promoting healthy childhood development today||James R. Harris, Jr., Ph.D|
|Leon Fulcher reviewing: Kinship care: Fostering effective family and friends placements||Elaine Farmer and Sue Moyer|
|David Lane reviewing: Residential care: A positive future||Terry Philpot|