Children and Society
Provides a comprehensive overview of the issues, research and debates relating to children and the experience of childhood in late twentieth century Britain. This volume will address key issues such as juvenile crime, poverty, child protection and children's rights and their implications for the development of policy and services for children. Presents first hand accounts from children and parents.
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Chapter 8 An adequate standard of living
Chapter 9 Children who commit crimes
Chapter 10 Child abuse and child protection
Chapter 11 Separated children
reevaluating concepts and policies
Chapter 6 The schooling of children
Chapter 7 Children and health
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