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100 1  Reder, Peter 
245 10 Beyond Blame :|bChild Abuse Tragedies Revisited 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Florence :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c1993 
264  4 |c©1993 
300    1 online resource (207 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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505 0  Book Cover -- Half-Title -- Title -- Copyright -- 
       Dedication -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- 
       Chapter 1 Introduction -- BACKGROUND -- THE BOOK -- 
       Chapter 2 The wider context -- THE EVOLVING PHENOMENON OF 
       'CHILD ABUSE' -- PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION -- SOCIAL 
       ATTITUDES -- Social attitudes to children's need for care 
       and protection -- Social attitudes to the family and its 
       members -- THEORETICAL INFLUENCES ON PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
       -- THE FAMILY AND THE STATE -- PUBLIC INQUIRIES -- SUMMARY
       -- Chapter 3 Tragedies revisited -- CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK -
       - Some tenets of the systemic approach -- The systemic 
       approach, child abuse, responsibility and power -- 
       Evolution of systemic practice -- Practical application --
       REVIEW OF INQUIRY REPORTS -- SUMMARY -- Chapter 4 The 
       families -- FAMILY STRUCTURE -- THE CHILDREN -- THE 
       CARETAKERS -- Dependent relationships -- Violent 
       relationships -- PATTERNS OF ABUSE -- Violent abuse -- 
       Neglect -- Not existing -- SYNTHESIS -- SUMMARY -- Chapter
       5 The meaning of the child -- THE MEANING OF THE CHILD IN 
       ABUSING FAMILIES -- MEANING RELATED TO DEPENDENCY 
       CONFLICTS -- MEANING ASSOCIATED WITH SPECIFIC THEMES IN 
       THE FAMILY'S LIFE -- The child associated with marital 
       stress -- The child as a marital-distance regulator -- The
       child associated with a life-cycle transition -- The step-
       child -- CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC MEANINGS -- SUMMARY -- 
       Chapter 6 Inter-professional communication -- SOME GENERAL
       PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION -- PROFESSIONAL INTERACTION --
       CASE CONFERENCES -- SUMMARY -- Chapter 7 The professional 
       networks -- SECURE WORK SETTING -- PROFESSIONAL NETWORK 
       RELATIONSHIPS -- CLOSED PROFESSIONAL SYSTEM -- 
       POLARISATION -- EXAGGERATION OF HIERARCHY -- ROLE 
       CONFUSION -- INTRA-AGENCY ORGANISATION -- Pivotal worker 
       absent -- Weekend phenomenon -- SUMMARY -- Chapter 8 The 
       assessment process 
505 8  INFORMATION TREATED DISCRETELY -- SELECTIVE 
       INTERPRETATIONS -- PERVASIVE BELIEF SYSTEMS -- CONCRETE 
       SOLUTIONS -- SUMMARY -- Chapter 9 The family-professional 
       systems -- CARE AND CONTROL CONFLICTS IN ABUSIVE BEHAVIOUR
       -- CARE AND CONTROL IMBALANCES IN THE FAMILY-PROFESSIONAL 
       RELATIONSHIPS -- DEPENDENCY -- CLOSURE -- Terminal closure
       -- FLIGHT -- Flight, closure and fragmentation -- 
       DISGUISED COMPLIANCE -- THE 'NOT EXIST' DOUBLE BIND -- The
       double bind -- SUMMARY -- Chapter 10 The case as a whole -
       - THE DOREEN ASTON INQUIRY -- Synopsis of events -- The 
       family -- The meaning of the child -- The professional 
       network -- The family-professional system -- Integration -
       - A FRAMEWORK FOR THINKING -- SUMMARY -- Chapter 11 Beyond
       blame -- IMPLICATIONS FOR THE WORK SETTING -- IMPLICATIONS
       FOR ASSESSMENT -- Assessment of immediate risk -- Warning 
       signals -- The 'not exist' double bind -- Assessment of 
       parenting -- Reassessment with a view to rehabilitation --
       IMPLICATIONS FOR WORKING TOGETHER -- IMPLICATIONS FOR 
       INTERVENTION -- Taking control -- Therapy -- IMPLICATIONS 
       FOR TRAINING AND RESEARCH -- IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INQUIRY 
       PROCESS -- Appendix Summaries of the cases -- ANONYMOUS 
       (died 15.1.82) -- Summary -- DOREEN ASTON (died 13.9.87) -
       - Summary -- SUSAN AUKLAND (died 11.7.74) -- Summary -- 
       GRAHAM BAGNALL (died 28.5.72) -- Summary -- JASMINE 
       BECKFORD (died 5.7.84) -- Summary -- WAYNE BREWER (died 
       20.5.76) -- Summary -- PAUL BROWN (died 19.11.70) -- 
       Summary -- JASON CAESAR (died 5.11.80) -- Summary -- 
       KIMBERLEY CARLILE (died 8.6.86) -- Summary -- REUBEN 
       CARTHY (died 4.2.85) -- Summary -- LESTER CHAPMAN (died 
       January/February 1978) -- Summary -- RICHARD CLARK (severe
       injury 2.5.74) -- Summary -- DARRYN CLARKE (died 21.1.78) 
       -- Summary -- MARIA COLWELL (died 7.1.73) -- Summary -- 
       RICHARD FRASER (died 11.9.77) -- Summary -- LUCIE GATES 
       (died 19.6.79) -- Summary 
505 8  LISA GODFREY (died 23.10.73) -- Summary -- CLAIRE HADDON 
       (died 18.2.79) -- Summary -- GEMMA HARTWELL (died 23.3.85)
       -- Summary -- TYRA HENRY (died 1.9.84) -- Summary -- NEIL 
       HOWLETT (died 26.2.75) -- Summary -- HEIDI KOSEDA (died 
       November 1984) -- Summary -- GAVIN MABEY (died 23.8.87) --
       Summary -- MARIA MEHMEDAGI (died 3.11.78) -- Summary -- 
       STEPHEN MENHENIOTT (died January 1976) -- Summary -- 
       STEVEN MEURS (died 13.4.75) -- Summary -- DAVID NASEBY 
       (died 17.5.73) -- Summary -- MALCOLM PAGE (died 7.2.79) --
       Summary -- SIMON PEACOCK (died 8.12.76) -- Summary -- MAX 
       PIAZZANI (died 4.8.73) -- Summary -- CHRISTOPHER PINDER/
       DANIEL FRANKLAND (died 8.7.80) -- Summary -- CHARLENE SALT
       (died 28.11.84) -- Summary -- KAREN SPENCER (died 19.4.77)
       -- Summary -- CARLY TAYLOR (died 14.7.78) -- Summary -- 
       SHIRLEY WOODCOCK (died 4.4.82) -- Summary -- Bibliography 
       -- Name index -- Subject index 
520    What can we learn from inquiries into cases of fatal child
       abuse? Beyond Blame offers a new way of looking at such 
       cases and shows that it is possible to draw important 
       lessons from them. The authors, all three experienced in 
       child protection work, summarise thirty-five major 
       inquiries since 1973, setting them in their social context
       and discussing the implications both for practical work in
       the field and for future inquiries. They stress the need 
       for those who work day to day in child protection to 
       develop and apply a more sophisticated level of analysis 
       to assessment and intervention. They identify common 
       themes within abusing families, in the relationships 
       between members of the professional networks, and in the 
       interactions between the families and the professionals 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
       sources 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Child abuse -- Great Britain -- Case studies.;Child abuse 
       -- Great Britain 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Duncan, Sylvia 
700 1  Gray, Moira 
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