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Human Growth and Development in Children and Young People - 
      Jonathan Parker
    
      Sara Ashencaen Crabtree
    
      Stephen Cowden
    
      Gurnam Singh
    
      Deborah Hadwin
    
      Atle Ødegård
    
      Siv E N  Sæbjørnsen
    
      Elisabeth Willumsen
    
      Louise Oliver
    
      Christine Cocker
    
      Lisa Bunting
    
      Sue  Taplin
    
      Richard Heslop
    
      Melanie Watts
    
      Nick Frost
    
      Joanna Smith
    
      Alison Rodriguez
    
      Wilfred Mcsherry
    
      Jo Finch
    
      Margarete Parrish

Human Growth and Development in Children and Young People

Theoretical and Practice Perspectives

Jonathan Parker (Redaktør) ; Sara Ashencaen Crabtree (Redaktør) ; Stephen Cowden (Innledning) ; Gurnam Singh (Innledning) ; Deborah Hadwin (Innledning) ; Atle Ødegård (Innledning) ; Siv E N Sæbjørnsen (Innledning) ; Elisabeth Willumsen (Innledning) ; Louise Oliver (Innledning) ; Christine Cocker (Innledning) ; Lisa Bunting (Innledning) ; Sue Taplin (Innledning) ; Richard Heslop (Innledning) ; Melanie Watts (Innledning) ; Nick Frost (Innledning) ; Joanna Smith (Innledning) ; Alison Rodriguez (Innledning) ; Wilfred Mcsherry (Innledning) ; Jo Finch (Innledning) ; Margarete Parrish (Innledning)

«A well-informed book that presents complex ideas and theories in an accessible way for social work students, promoting clear links between theories and their application to practice." Eleni Skoura-Kirk, University of Kent»

Covering a broad range of concepts, themes and issues related to development in children and young people and using multi-disciplinary insights to show how children and young people negotiate crucial challenges and transitions in their lives, this textbook:
• shows how key theories, issues and practice dimensions link together;
• provides fresh insights on topics including mental health, bereavement and disability in children;
• includes chapter introductions, summaries, practice examples and activities throughout to ensure confident application of knowledge. Les mer
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Covering a broad range of concepts, themes and issues related to development in children and young people and using multi-disciplinary insights to show how children and young people negotiate crucial challenges and transitions in their lives, this textbook:
• shows how key theories, issues and practice dimensions link together;
• provides fresh insights on topics including mental health, bereavement and disability in children;
• includes chapter introductions, summaries, practice examples and activities throughout to ensure confident application of knowledge.
With a companion volume that addresses human growth and development in adults, this is an invaluable tool for students as well as a useful refresher resource for experienced practitioners.
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Forlag: Policy Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 360
ISBN: 9781447337423
Format: 24 x 17 cm
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Part 1: Introducing the theory;
Traditional approaches to human growth and development – Jonathan Parker;
Psychoanalytic approaches – Stephen Briggs;
Cognitive theories and cognitive development – Margarete Parrish;
Social construction and emotional development – Jo Finch;
Critical perspectives – Jonathan Parker;
Moral, spiritual and existential development – Wilfred McSherry, Alison Rodriguez and Joanna Smith;
Part 2: Specific developmental issues;
An introduction to the principles of attachment theory – Gabrielle Schaeffer;
Young people’s transition to adulthood – Nick Frost and Melanie Watts;
Developmental and life course criminology – Richard Heslop and Jonathan Parker;
Loss and bereavement in childhood – Sue Taplin;
Culture and coming of age: the example of Muslims in Britain – Sara Ashencaen Crabtree;
Part 3: Professional practice;
Impacts of child maltreatment: critical considerations – Lisa Bunting;
Substitute care: moving into a new family – Christine Cocker;
Working with disabled children and young people – Louise Oliver and Sally Lee;
Mental health and children – Elisabeth Willumsen, Siv E.N. Sæbjørnsen and Atle Ødegård;
Working with unaccompanied migrant children and young people
seeking asylum – Deborah Hadwin, Gurnam Singh and Stephen Cowden.
Jonathan Parker is Professor of Society and Social Welfare at Bournemouth University.
Sara Ashencaen Crabtree is Professor of Social and Cultural Diversity at Bournemouth University.