Child Welfare: Historical perspectives
This collection focuses on child welfare in its specific sense: welfare and social interventions with children and young people undertaken by State bodies or NGO's. The term 'child welfare' is deployed differently in diverse international settings. In the United Kingdom child welfare tends to refer to individualised programmes for children who have experienced problems in their lives. In India, to take a contrasting example, it can also refer to major housing and nutrition programmes. This collection takes an inclusive approach to international perspectives.The collection is completed by a new general introduction by the editor, individual volume introductions, and a full index.Titles also available in this series include, Medical Sociology (November 2004, 4 Volumes, 495) and the forthcoming collection Health Care Systems (2005, 3 Volumes, c.395).
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The discovery of childhood
On continuity a childs sense of time and the limits
The evolution of childhood
Current conditions with regard to child abuse
some conceptual considerations
Maternal deprivation reassessed
Childhood and family in preRestoration England
Whither in the future?
The childsaving movement in Illinois
the state of
Identities and definitions
A history of child welfare
a criticism of the literature
Historical perspectives on family studies
Child rearing and parenting
The incunabula of childhood
The age of separation
The preservation of children
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