JOURNAL ISSUE 4

2001/2002

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial

4.1. Protecting the Best Interests of the Child - Some Issues and Solutions

Dr. Pedro Rankin

School for PsychoSocial Behavioral Sciences, Social Work Division

Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education

South Africa

E-mail: mwkpr@puknet.puk.ac.za

 

4.2. Adolescent Children and Civil Society Project

Dr. Stefan Matula

Research Institute of Child Psychology and Patopsychology

Bratislava, Slovakia

E-mail: xvudpapb@savba.savba.sk

 

4.3. Social Work with Children and Youth - Theories and Strategies in Germany

Dr. Peter Erath

School of Social Work

Catholic University

Eichstaett, Germany

E-mail: peter.erath@ku-eichstaett.de

 

4.4. Reducing Risk and Promoting Resilience in Vulnerable Children

Sonia Jackson, Professor

Thomas Coram Research Unit

Institute of Education, University of London, UK

E-mail: soniajackson@hotmail.com

 

4.5. Involuntary Childlessness in Israel - The Need to Cope with Discriminating Family Policies

Zmira Laufer, Ph.D.

Ron Laufer, M.D., M.P.H.

Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Studies

School of Social Work - University of Haifa, Israel

E-mail: rwrk327@uum.haifa.ac.il

 

4.6. Communicating with Children of Interracial/Interethnic Parentage

Dr. Toyin Okitikpi

Brunel University

London, England

E-mail: toyin.okitikpi@brunel.ac.uk

 

4.7. Empowerment Approach to the Prevention of the Child Neglect and/or Abuse

Dr. Dada M. Maglajlic'

Social Relations and Services Department

Bemidji State University

Bemidji, MN, USA

E-mail: dadam@bemidjistate.edu

 

4.8. Reparation in Youth Justice in England and Wales

Dr. Brian Williams

DeMontfort University

Leicester, England

E-mail: bwilliam@dmu.ac.uk

 

 

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