- Author:Howard Williamson,Ian Butler
- Publisher:Longman (November 14, 1994)
- Pages:144 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Butler, I. and Williamson, H. (1994), Children Speak: Children, Trauma and Social Work, London: Longman/NSPCC. Williamson, H. (1997), Youth and Policy: Contexts and Consequences – Young Men, Transition and Social Exclusion, Aldershot: Ashgate.
Butler, I. (1999), Youth Policy in Finland, Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing.
Published December 31st 1994 by Longman Publishing Group. Children Speak: Children, Trauma and Social Work. 0582253306 (ISBN13: 9780582253308). Warren Butler marked it as to-read Mar 29, 2016.
Find nearly any book by Howard Williamson. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Howard Williamson, Pip Williamson. ISBN 9780861550463 (978-0-86155-046-3) Softcover, National Youth Agency, 1981. (1994) Children Speak: Children, Trauma and Social Work (London: NSPCC/Longman) . A study of the views of 190 young people mostly over 10 years of age, about half of whom had had some contact with social services. A book containing three separate pieces about children’s experiences of domestic violence and the help they have received from sources as diverse as ChildLine and Women’s Refuges.
Home, Trauma and Violence. Children Speak: Children, Trauma & Social Work. Author(s) : Ian Butler, Author(s) : Howard Williamson. Category : Trauma and Violence. Catalogue No : 15585. ISBN 13 : 9780471972198. ISBN 10 : 0471972193.
Children Speak" is an authoritative work exploring traumatic experiences and their aftermath undergone by children and is essential reading for all those involved with child protection and welfare. It recounts the words of young people recovering from the worst experiences of childhood, including rape and serious abuse.
Children speak: Children, trauma and social work.
Throughout Speak, Anderson represents Melinda's trauma and recovery . 'Like Falling up into a Storybook': Trauma and Intertextual Repetition in Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak".
Throughout Speak, Anderson represents Melinda's trauma and recovery symbolically. Barbara Tannert-Smith refers to Speak as a "postmodern revisionary fairy tale" for its use of fairy tale imagery.
Butler, I and Williamson, H (1994) Children Speak: Children, trauma and social work. Cleaver, H and Walker, S (2004) ‘From policy to practice: The implementation of a new framework for social work assessments of children and families’ Child & Family Social Work, 9, 81. Common Core of Skills and Knowledge for the Children’s Workforce (2005).
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