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The developing world of the child [electronic resource] / edited by Jane Aldgate ... [et al.].

Publication:
London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, c2006.
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Book
1 online resource (356 p.)
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Subjects:
Child development.
Social work with children.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Written as part of a training pack for practitioners working in children's services and child protection, and bringing together leading figures from a range of disciplines, this important text shows how the latest child development theories can be applied to professionals' working practice. This resource is essential reading for a social workers.
Contents:
The Developing World of the Child; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Preface; Part 1: Child Development: Frameworks, Theories and Influences; 1. Children, Development and Ecology; 2. Frameworks and Theories; 3. Genetic and Biological Influences; 4. The Place of Attachment in Children's Development; 5. Self-development; 6. Socio-genealogical Connectedness: Knowledge and Identity; 7. The Influence of Parenting and Other Family Relationships; 8. The Impact of Community and Environmental Factors; Part 2: Children Developing: Early Childhood to Adolescence; 9. Developmental Progression
10. Early Childhood: Zero to Four Years11. Middle Childhood: Five to Eleven Years; 12. Adolescence and Beyond: Twelve Years Onwards; Part 3: Promoting Positive Developmental Outcomes for Children; 13. Direct Work with Children; 14. Communicating with Children about Adverse Experiences; 15. Making Plans: Assessment, Intervention and Evaluating Outcomes; 16. The Developing World of the Child: Children's Perspectives; Afterword; APPENDIX A: Steering Group; APPENDIX B: Advisory Group; References; List of contributors; Subject Index; Author Index
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Aldgate, Jane, 1945-
ISBN:
1-280-56624-8
9786610627806
1-84642-468-2
OCLC:
437178174