Protecting Children and Supporting Families: Promising Programs and Organizational Realities

Copertina anteriore
Transaction Publishers, 1 gen 1997 - 290 pagine
This book highlights encouraging news about programs that produce better outcomes for disadvantaged children and families. It includes a comprehensive and up-to-date synthesis of the research evidence available on the effectiveness of these promising programs. Particular attention is given to programs with a demonstrated potential to prevent child abuse and neglect and family breakdown.

Dall'interno del libro

Cosa dicono le persone - Scrivi una recensione

Nessuna recensione trovata nei soliti posti.

Pagine selezionate

Sommario

II
1
III
6
IV
8
V
13
VI
19
VII
20
VIII
24
IX
27
XLIII
153
XLV
158
XLVI
164
XLVII
167
XLVIII
171
XLIX
173
L
174
LI
176

X
28
XI
33
XII
35
XIII
37
XIV
40
XV
42
XVI
45
XVII
47
XVIII
50
XIX
52
XX
55
XXI
57
XXII
61
XXIII
66
XXIV
68
XXV
69
XXVI
71
XXVII
73
XXVIII
75
XXIX
76
XXX
86
XXXI
92
XXXII
101
XXXIII
103
XXXIV
105
XXXV
110
XXXVI
123
XXXVII
127
XXXVIII
128
XXXIX
141
XL
148
XLI
151
XLII
152
LII
177
LIV
181
LV
188
LVI
190
LVII
195
LVIII
197
LX
199
LXI
204
LXII
208
LXIII
211
LXIV
215
LXV
225
LXVII
226
LXVIII
227
LXX
230
LXXI
231
LXXII
232
LXXIII
234
LXXIV
237
LXXV
238
LXXVII
239
LXXVIII
240
LXXX
241
LXXXI
242
LXXXIII
243
LXXXV
244
LXXXVII
245
XC
246
XCI
247
XCII
263
XCIII
285
Copyright

Altre edizioni - Visualizza tutto

Parole e frasi comuni

Brani popolari

Pagina 45 - The process through which the growing person acquires a more extended, differentiated, and valid conception of the ecological environment, and becomes motivated and able to engage in activities that reveal the properties of, sustain, or restructure that environment at levels of similar or greater complexity in form or content
Pagina 72 - ... Criminal Victimization," Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 25 (1988): 27-52. 12. Cited by D. Blankenhorn, "Fatherless America" (Minneapolis: Center for the American Experiment, 1993), 1. American education). In short, it would require "comprehensive and intensive services" provided by staff "with the time and skill to establish relationships based on mutual respect and trust.

Informazioni sull'autore (1997)

Gary Cameron is Director of the Centre for Social Welfare Studies, and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario.

Informazioni bibliografiche