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1. Justice for children and families : a developmental perspective. Edited by Mike Shaw and Sue Bailey

by SHAW, Mike [editor.] | BAILEY, Sue [editor.].

Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2018Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QLG ILK] (1).

2. Support from the start. Working with young children and their families to reduce the risks of crime and anti-social behavior. Edited by David Utting et al

by SUTTON, Carole | UTTING, David | FARRINGTON, David | Great Britain Dept. for Education and Skills.

Publisher: London, The Stationery Office, 2004Online access: Click here for direct online access via DfES web site Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QMN WQL K] (1).

3. The family assessment. Assessment of family competence, strengths and difficulties. Arnon Bentovim and Liza Bingley Miller.

by MILLER, Lisa Bingley | GREAT BRITAIN. Dept. of Health | Bentovim, Arnon, 1936-.

Publisher: London, Pavilion 2001Availability: Items available for reference: [Call number: QKA CH] (1).

4. Violence in the family - definitions, assessment and management. London, 1987.

by Bentovim, Arnon, 1936-.

Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QKJ J] (1).

5. The family in modern society. Six lectures for social workers originally given at a study course, June 1964, St. Anne's College Oxford Oxford University, Department of Social and Administrtive Studies

by Irvine, Elizabeth E | University of Oxford Dept. of Social and Administrative Studies.

Publisher: Oxford University of Oxford, Department of Social and Administrative Studies [1965?]Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QKD] (1).

6. The family as the client.

by Robinson, Margaret.

Publisher: Reprinted from: Case Conference, 1968 14 338-342Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QKD L] (1).

7. Family based therapy. Some thoughts on the family approach.

by Robinson, Margaret.

Publisher: Reprinted from: British Journal of Psychiatric Social Work, 1968 9 188-192Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QKD L] (1).

8. The development of a scientific basis in family casework.

by Wilson, A. T. M. (Alexander Thomson Macbeth), 1905-1978.

Publisher: Reprinted from: Social Work, 1947 4 62-70Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QKD L] (1).

9. Family care of old people.

by Dartington, Tim.

Publisher: London Souvenir Press 1980Availability: Items available for reference: [Call number: QLV KE] (1).

10. The family. Report of the British National Conference on Social Work, Bedford College for Women London National Council of Social Service

by National Council of Social Service.

Publisher: London, National Council for Social Service, 1953Availability: Items available for reference: [Call number: QKD] (1).

11. Report on the conference held by the Family Discussion Bureaux in September 1950 Family Discussion Bureaux

by Family Discussion Bureau | Balint, Michael, 1896-1870 [contributor] | Wilson, A. T. M. (Alexander Thomson Macbeth), 1905-1978 [contributor].

Publisher: London Family Discussion Bureaux 1950Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QKD L] (1).

12. Mothers for a day. The care of children in families other than their own.

by TROUT, Bessie E | U.S. Children's Bureau | BRADBURY, Dorothy E.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. Children's Bureau 1947Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: QKD EF] (1).

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