Reflect on the implications of these concepts/theories for your practice in the field of family and child welfare (300 words, 3-4 reflections and implications for practice)

Reflect on the implications of these concepts/theories for your practice in the field of family and child welfare (300 words, 3-4 reflections and implications for practice)

  1. a) Lawrence, A., (2008) Chapter 3 Periodization of the professional regulation of child abuse and child sexual abuse, in Principles of Child Protection: Management and Practice, Open University Press, New York
  2. b) Fernandez E, (2014), Child Protection and Vulnerable Families: Trends and Issues in the Australian Context’, Social Sciences, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 785 – 808, http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/socsci3040785

OR

  1. a) Colton, M., Sanders, R., & Williams, M. (2001) Chapter 2. Child Development Theory. in An Introduction to Working with Children. A Guide for Social Workers. Palgrave, New York
  2. b) Doyle, C. and Timms, C., (2014), Chapter 4 Child development: psychosocial factors, in Child neglect and Emotional Abuse: Understanding, Assessment and Response, Sage Publications Inc., London

OR

  1. a) Corby, B., (2006), Chapter 11, Current issues in child protection work, pp239-255 in Child Abuse: Towards a Knowledge Base, 3rd (edn), Open University Press, Maidenhead
  2. b) Corby, B., Shemmings, D., and Wilkins, D., (2006), Chapter 4 Defining Child Abuse pp- 83-101, in Child Abuse: An evidence base for confident practice, 4th (edn) Open University Press, Maidenhead

OR

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  1. a) Korbin, J.E. (1994) Chapter 5. Sociocultural Factors in Child Maltreatment. in GB Melton & FD Barry (Eds) Protecting Children from Abuse and Neglect.  Foundations for a New National Strategy.  The Guilford Press, New York.
  2. b) Burns, A., Burns, K., and Menzies, K., (2004) Chapter 9 Strong State Intervention: The Stolen Generations, pp. 190-209 in Jennifer M. Bowes (ed) Children, Families and Communities: Contexts and Consequences, 2 (edn), Sage Publications Inc. London

OR

  1. a) Berliner, L., (2000) Chapter 5. What is Sexual Abuse? pp. 18-22 in Howard Dubowitz & Diane DePanfilis (eds) Handbook for Child Protection Practice, Sage Publications Inc. London
  2. b) Crosson-Tower, C., (2015) Chapter 2 The Dynamics of Child Sexual Abuse in Confronting Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse, Sage Publications Inc., Los Angeles

OR

  1. a) H., (2000) Chapter 3. What is Child Neglect? pp. 10-14 in Howard Dubowitz & Diane DePanfilis (eds) Handbook for Child Protection Practice, Sage Publications Inc. London
  2. b) Davies, L., Duckett, N., (2016) Chapter 4, Neglect, pp130-169, in Proactive Child Protection and Social Work, 2nd (edn), Sage Publications Inc., London

 

Develop a succinct summary of the chosen 2 readings a & b (700 words) highlighting key concepts/theories/issues. Reflect on the implications of these concepts/theories for your practice in the field of family and child welfare (300 words, 3-4 reflections and implications for practice).

Total length: 900 words

Criteria:

  1. Evidence of reading and research
  2. Overall comprehension of themes/issues
  3. Structuring of relevant content and adequacy of summary
  4. Reflection and application of concepts to policy and practice
  5. Critical evaluation of theories/issues
  6. Clarity of expression and quality of writing
  7. Organization/integration of material
  8. Citing of sources, referencing and bibliography
  9. Not exceeded the word limit by more than 200 words