Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 14 No 3
In this issue we feature the 2015 Kilbrandon Lecture, given by Alexis Jay.
The issue also contains a ‘Named Person’ debate and an article on attachment previously published in Institutionalised Children: Explorations and Beyond, as well as the usual mix of peer reviewed papers, commentaries and book reviews.
Our Chair Alexis Jay on the Kilbrandon Lecture
|‘We’re like one, big, dysfunctional family’: Struggling to define the role of residential child care workers||Nadine Fowler|
|Residential child care and mental health practitioners working together||Mark Smith, Denise Carroll|
The Kilbrandon Lecture
Commentary, reflections and other articles
|The 'Named Person' debate: The case against||Maggie Mellon|
|The ‘Named Person’ debate: The case for||Mike Burns|
From Institutionalised Children: Explorations and Beyond
|Understanding attachment patterns among orphans in residential care homes in New Delhi||Aarti Thakkar, Daisy Mepukori et al|
Reflections on doctoral studies
|Research methodology applied to a comparative case study of the deinstitutionalisation of children in Bulgaria and Ukraine||Chrissie Gale|
|Book review: Sisters of pain||Carole Dearie|
|Book review: Compassionate confinement||Mark Smith|