Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 13 No 2
This issue features a debate on the implications of YES or NO votes in the Referendum on Scottish Independence in September 2014 for children supported by the care system.
We also have our usual mix of peer-reviewed articles and commentaries. Highlights include bridging the divide between education and social work, a pilot study to improve young people's mental and physical wellness through fitness and nutrition, and young people's perception of home.
|The argument in support of Scottish independence||Mark Smith|
|Referendum Debate Riposte||Mark Smith|
|Vote 'no' to the constitutional sideshow||Garry Coutts|
|Referendum debate riposte||Garry Coutts|
|Sense of place in children’s residential care homes: Perceptions of home?||Alison Clark, Claire Cameron et al|
|Developing mental and physical wellness for looked after young people through a fitness and nutritional guidance programme: A pilot study||Noelle FitzGerald, Cian Aherne|
|Bridging the divide between education and social work in order to improve the prospects of looked after children||Terje Halvorsen|
Commentary, reflections and other articles
|Open your eyes||Gavin Sinclair|
|Supporting care leavers into higher education: The H.E. Handbook for Care Leavers (Who Cares? Trust, 2014)||Victoria Hull|
|To forgive or not to forgive? Is that the question?||Samina Karim, Andy Kendrick|
|Pathways through education for young people in care||Ben Farrugia|
|The Panopticon||Autumn Roesch-Marsh|