Working Ethically in Child Protection
Lonne, Bob, Harries, Maria, Featherstone, Brid, & Gray, Mel (2016) Working Ethically in Child Protection. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon.
Rather than a single focus on assessing risk and diagnosing deficit, this book recognises that our child protection systems bear down disproportionately on those from disadvantaged and marginalised communities and argues that what is needed is real support and practical assistance for poor and vulnerable parents and children. It uses real-world case examples to illustrate the relevant ethical and practice principles, and ways in which students and practitioners can practise ethically when dealing with complex, multi-faceted issues.
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