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by Malcolm Hill,Andrew Lockyer,Fred Stone

eBook Youth Justice and Child Protection download ISBN: 184310279X
Author: Malcolm Hill,Andrew Lockyer,Fred Stone
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers; 1 edition (September 15, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 320
ePub: 1830 kb
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Politics and Government

The central focus of the book is on whether society and young people in state care, both in young offenders' institutes or foster/care homes, are better served by the dispensation of justice or appropriate family support.

The central focus of the book is on whether society and young people in state care, both in young offenders' institutes or foster/care homes, are better served by the dispensation of justice or appropriate family support. A broad range of international contributors discuss different approaches to this issue and the varying extent to which it is dealt with as part of the same system ranging from the English, Welsh, Western European, US and Canadian arrangements, where judicial and service responses are largely segregated to the Scottish system where both are dealt with in the same children's hearing system.

By Malcolm Hill, Andrew Lockyer, Fred Stone. Youth Justice and Child Protection. By Malcolm Hill, Andrew Lockyer, Fred Stone. With ever-increasing new policies on 'anti-social behaviour' and ongoing public concern over the care of children, juvenile crime and law breaking, this new book is a timely examination of recent developments in the areas of youth justice and child protection. The central focus of the book is on whether society and young people in state care, both in young offenders' institutes or foster/care homes, are better served by the dispensation of justice or appropriate family support.

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This book is an examination of recent developments in the areas of youth justice and child protection. It investigates how well young people and the societies in which they live are served by judicial and service systems. Consideration is given to those in care as well as those living with their families. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Andrew Lockyer is Professor of Citizenship and Social Theory in the Department of Politics at the University of Glasgow

This book is an examination of recent developments in the areas of youth justice and child protection. Consideration is given to those in care - in young offenders' institutions, foster families and residential homes - as well as those living with their families. Andrew Lockyer is Professor of Citizenship and Social Theory in the Department of Politics at the University of Glasgow. He was formerly a children's panel member and authority chair.

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Children’s Services: Working Together brings together contributions from a number of authors in the field. Books related to Children's Services. Rate it . You Rated it .

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Andrew Lockyer is Emeritus Professor of Citizenship and Social Theory at the University of Glasgow. Barbara Reid is Children’s Hearings Training Officer at the University of Glasgow. Raymond Taylor is Community Social Work Manager at North Lanarkshire Council. Clare Pitkin, Childhood & Youth Studies Student, Portsmouth.

This book is an examination of recent developments in the areas of youth justice and child protection. It investigates how well young people and the societies in which they live are served by judicial and service systems. Consideration is given to those in care - in young offenders' institutions, foster families and residential homes - as well as those living with their families.

A broad range of international experts discuss the largely segregated youth justice and children's legal and service systems in England and Wales, other parts of Western Europe and the US, and compare these with Scotland's integrated system. The implications of these arrangements are considered for the rights of children and parents on the one hand and society on the other. The contributors also provide insights into the rationale for current and proposed policies, as well as the efficacy of different systems.

This book will be an important reference for policy-makers, social workers, lawyers, magistrates and equivalent decision makers, health professionals, carers, and all those working in youth justice and child protection. It is highly relevant for academics and students interested in children, citizenship, youth crime, child welfare and state-family relations.