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The Resource Family troubles? : exploring changes and challenges in family lives of children and young people, edited by Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Carol-Ann Hooper and Val Gillies

Family troubles? : exploring changes and challenges in family lives of children and young people, edited by Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Carol-Ann Hooper and Val Gillies

Label
Family troubles? : exploring changes and challenges in family lives of children and young people
Title
Family troubles?
Title remainder
exploring changes and challenges in family lives of children and young people
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Carol-Ann Hooper and Val Gillies
Contributor
Editor of compilation
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1956-
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  • Ribbens McCarthy, Jane
  • Gillies, Val
  • Hooper, Carol-Ann
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  • Children
  • Families
  • Family social work
  • Parent and child
Label
Family troubles? : exploring changes and challenges in family lives of children and young people, edited by Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Carol-Ann Hooper and Val Gillies
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"This edited collection is the outcome of a two-day colloquium held in London in July 2010"--Page xv
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic records and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The role of science in understanding family troubles
  • Michael Rutter
  • Family troubles, methods trouble: qualitative research and the methodological divide
  • Ara Francis
  • Introduction to Part Two
  • Val Gillies
  • Disabled parents and normative family life: the obscuring of lived experiences of parents and children within policy and research accounts
  • Lindsay O'Dell
  • Normal problems or problem children? Parents and the micro-politics of deviance and disability
  • Ara Francis
  • Troubling normalities and normal family troubles: diversities, experiences and tensions
  • Troubled talk and talk about troubles: moral cultures of infant feeding in professional, policy and parenting discourses
  • Helen Lomax
  • Children's non-conforming behaviour: personal trouble or public issue?
  • Geraldine Brady
  • Revealing the lived reality of kinship care through children and young people's narratives: "It's not all nice, it's not all easy-going, it's a difficult journey to go on"
  • Karin Cooper
  • Introduction to Part Three
  • Carol-Ann Hooper
  • Troubling loss? Children's experiences of major disruptions in family life
  • Gill Highet
  • Val Gillies
  • The permeating presence of past domestic and familial violence: "So like I'd never let anyone hit me but I've hit them, and I shouldn't have done"
  • Dawn Mannay
  • Thinking about sociological work on personal and family life in the light of research on young people's experience of parental substance misuse
  • Sarah Wilson
  • The trouble with siblings: some psychosocial thoughts about sisters, aggression and femininity
  • Helen Lucey
  • Children and family transitions: contact and togetherness
  • Hayley Davies
  • Introduction to Part Four
  • Jane Ribbens McCarthy
  • Introduction to Part One
  • ̀Troubling' or òrdinary'? Children's views on migration and intergenerational ethnic identities
  • Umut Erel
  • Colombian families dealing with parents' international migration
  • Maria Claudia Duque-Paramo
  • Families left behind: unaccompanied young people seeking asylum in the UK
  • June Statham
  • Young people's caring relations and transitions within families affected by HIV
  • Ruth Evans
  • Estimating the prevalence of forced marriage in England
  • Ruth Maisey
  • Jane Ribbens McCarthy
  • Introduction to Part Five
  • Carol-Ann Hooper
  • European perspectives on parenting and family support
  • Janet Boddy
  • What supports resilient coping among family members? A systemic practitioner's perspective
  • Arlene Vetere
  • Troubled and troublesome teens: mothers' and professionals' understandings of parenting teenagers and teenage troubles
  • Karen Clarke
  • Contested family practices and moral reasoning: updating concepts for working with family-related social problems
  • Hannele Forsberg
  • Cultural context, families and troubles
  • Working with fathers: risk or resource?
  • Brid Featherstone
  • What is at stake in family troubles? Existential issues and value frameworks
  • Jane Ribbens McCarthy
  • Jill Korbin
  • Representing family troubles through the 20th century
  • Janet Fink
Control code
ocn810113772
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xvi, 368 pages
Isbn
9781447304432
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)810113772
Label
Family troubles? : exploring changes and challenges in family lives of children and young people, edited by Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Carol-Ann Hooper and Val Gillies
Publication
Note
"This edited collection is the outcome of a two-day colloquium held in London in July 2010"--Page xv
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic records and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The role of science in understanding family troubles
  • Michael Rutter
  • Family troubles, methods trouble: qualitative research and the methodological divide
  • Ara Francis
  • Introduction to Part Two
  • Val Gillies
  • Disabled parents and normative family life: the obscuring of lived experiences of parents and children within policy and research accounts
  • Lindsay O'Dell
  • Normal problems or problem children? Parents and the micro-politics of deviance and disability
  • Ara Francis
  • Troubling normalities and normal family troubles: diversities, experiences and tensions
  • Troubled talk and talk about troubles: moral cultures of infant feeding in professional, policy and parenting discourses
  • Helen Lomax
  • Children's non-conforming behaviour: personal trouble or public issue?
  • Geraldine Brady
  • Revealing the lived reality of kinship care through children and young people's narratives: "It's not all nice, it's not all easy-going, it's a difficult journey to go on"
  • Karin Cooper
  • Introduction to Part Three
  • Carol-Ann Hooper
  • Troubling loss? Children's experiences of major disruptions in family life
  • Gill Highet
  • Val Gillies
  • The permeating presence of past domestic and familial violence: "So like I'd never let anyone hit me but I've hit them, and I shouldn't have done"
  • Dawn Mannay
  • Thinking about sociological work on personal and family life in the light of research on young people's experience of parental substance misuse
  • Sarah Wilson
  • The trouble with siblings: some psychosocial thoughts about sisters, aggression and femininity
  • Helen Lucey
  • Children and family transitions: contact and togetherness
  • Hayley Davies
  • Introduction to Part Four
  • Jane Ribbens McCarthy
  • Introduction to Part One
  • ̀Troubling' or òrdinary'? Children's views on migration and intergenerational ethnic identities
  • Umut Erel
  • Colombian families dealing with parents' international migration
  • Maria Claudia Duque-Paramo
  • Families left behind: unaccompanied young people seeking asylum in the UK
  • June Statham
  • Young people's caring relations and transitions within families affected by HIV
  • Ruth Evans
  • Estimating the prevalence of forced marriage in England
  • Ruth Maisey
  • Jane Ribbens McCarthy
  • Introduction to Part Five
  • Carol-Ann Hooper
  • European perspectives on parenting and family support
  • Janet Boddy
  • What supports resilient coping among family members? A systemic practitioner's perspective
  • Arlene Vetere
  • Troubled and troublesome teens: mothers' and professionals' understandings of parenting teenagers and teenage troubles
  • Karen Clarke
  • Contested family practices and moral reasoning: updating concepts for working with family-related social problems
  • Hannele Forsberg
  • Cultural context, families and troubles
  • Working with fathers: risk or resource?
  • Brid Featherstone
  • What is at stake in family troubles? Existential issues and value frameworks
  • Jane Ribbens McCarthy
  • Jill Korbin
  • Representing family troubles through the 20th century
  • Janet Fink
Control code
ocn810113772
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xvi, 368 pages
Isbn
9781447304432
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)810113772

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