Key reading for each session
Books and articles referenced in all sessions are in the general references page.
Key reading (Core texts) for session 1
The are four core texts for this session and the course as a whole which are either held on a separate page or external websites. We recommend that you accesss and print these texts.
Key reading for session 2
Key reading for session 3
Blurr, V. (1995) An Introduction to Social Constructionism, Routledge: London & New York
Blythe, J. & McGuire, P.M. (1996) The changing employment of Cree Women in Moosonee & Moose Factory, in Miller, C. & Chuchryk, P. (eds.) (1996) Women of the First Nations, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press
Burman, E. Differentiating and De-developing critical social psychology in Ibanez , T. & Iniguez, l. Eds., Critical Social Psychology, London/Thousand Oaks, CA, USA: Sage Publications Ltd.
Freeman, M. (ed.) (1996), Children's Rights, Aldershot, UK/Vermont, USA: Dartmouth Publishing Company
Griffin, C. (1997) Representations of the Young, in Roche, J. & Tuckers, S. Youth in Society, (eds.), London: Sage Publications/Open University Press
Hammarberg, T. (1990) The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child - and how to make it work, Human Rights Quarterly, 12, pp 97-100
Holland, P. (1992) What is a Child? Popular Images of Childhood, London:Virago Press Ltd.
Ibanez , T. & Iniguez, l. (eds.) (1997) Critical Social Psychology, London/Thousand Oaks, CA, USA: Sage Publications Ltd.
Miller, C. & Chuchryk, P. (eds.) (1996) Women of the First Nations, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press
Pringles, K. (1998) Children and Social Welfare in Europe, Buckingham:Open University Press
Roche, J. & Tuckers, S. (eds.), (1997)Youth in Society, London: Sage Publications/Open University Press
Troope, S. (1996) The Convention of the Right of the Child; Implications for Canada, in Freeman, M. (ed.) Children's Rights, Aldershot, UK/Vermont, USA: Dartmouth Publishing Company
Wringe, C.A. (1981) Children's rights - A philosophical study, London/Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul Historical perspective on the child right's movement
Key reading for session 4
Dominelli, L. (Ed) (1999) Community Approaches to Child Welfare, Aldershot:Ashgate
Downs, S., Costin, L.B. & McFadden, E. (1999) 6th ed. Child Welfare and family services, policies and practice, New York: Longman
Key reading for session 5
Department of Health (1995) Child Protection - Messages from research, London:HMSO
Hetherington, R et al (1997) Protecting children; messages from Europe, Lyme Regis: Russell House Publishing
Levy, A. (1999) Trafficking in children, The Times, Law Tuesday September 7 1999
Parton, N. Thorpe, D. & Wattam, C. (1997) Child Protection: risk and the moral order, Basingstoke: Macmillan
Key reading for session 6
Appadurai, A. (?) Sovereignty without territoriality: notes for a postnational geography
Harris, N. (1995) The New Untouchables: Immigration and the New World Order, I.B.Tauris:New York & London
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Jenkins, J.C. & Shemeidle, S. (1994) The world refugee crisis and a global problem, its origins and prospects, Sociological Focus, 24, pp24-36
Key reading for session 7
Key reading for session 8
Cheetham, J. Mullen, E., Soydam, H. & Tengvald, K. (1998) Evaluation as a tool in the development of social work discourse: national diversity of shared preoccupations? - reflections from a conference, (Centrum for utvardering av socialt arbete socialstyrelsen) London: Sage Publications
City of Seattle Violence Prevention Project (1995) Building Blocks to Peace - Violence prevention ideas for you and your community, Seattle:CoSVPP
Frank, J. (1997) Are you listening; a study for the need for advocacy for young people, children and families in Winchester and District. Winchester, Winchester District Advocacy Project/Council of Community Service
Hessle, S (1998 2nd edition) Child Welfare and Child Protection on the eve of the 21st century, Stockholm, Department of Social Work Stockholm University
Waldman, J. (1998) Meeting the needs of young people in Winchester, Research report for Winchester YMCA: Southampton: University of Southampton.