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By Kenneth J. Herrmann, College at Brockport faculty member.

"The author's fifty years of practice in social work and child welfare have resulted in this examination and critique of America's treatment of childhood. This advances a radical approach to ensuring the needs of children, an approach based in social justice and human rights."

Publication Date

2014

Publication Information

[Berkeley, CA : Berkeley Electronic Press], 2014.

221 p.

Series: The selected works of Kenneth Herrmann

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Social Work

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Social Work

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CONTENTS: Child welfare in the context of radical change and reactionary control -- Effective intervention strategies and tactics -- Child poverty -- Child exploitation and trafficking -- Child abuse -- Foster care and variations -- Child adoption -- Juvenile delinquency and illegal behavior -- Child custody -- Education -- Health care and special needs -- Service within borders for the borderless to displaced children and families.

Child Welfare Practice : A Conversation About Reality

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