Offers a survey of the field of child abuse and neglect from the perspective of modern developmental attachment theory. The book opens with an account of the theory and describes the ways in which attachment difficulties manifest themselves in children's behaviour.
An accessible and easy-to-use scholarly guide to the literature, concepts and debates of the turbulent Romantic era. Aimed at both the undergraduate student and more experienced readers who seek a compact yet comprehensive up-to-date account of the poetry, drama and novels that characterised the Romantic period.
While most companies recognize the key significance and importance of innovation this is frequently overwhelmed by short-term objectives and constraints. This is the innovation paradox. The aim of this book is to describe management practices that resolve this paradox.
This third edition has been thoroughly revised to meet the needs of today's social work students, professionals and service managers. It illustrates current legislation, policy, procedure and concerns, with additional material included to develop readers' confidence and skills in the context of learning organizations.
After the English civil wars, several hundred Cavaliers went into exile in Europe for periods ranging from a few weeks to 20 years. This study identifies which Cavaliers went into exile and explains how they coped in the different countries in which they settled.
The Crusades were a startling and spectacular phenomenon that exerted a powerful influence on European development over a period of many centuries. Much recent writing has been devoted to explaining how the crusades began and what they achieved.
Values and their application are a continuing area of concern for those involved in work with children and families. The text develops a range of approaches to practice, utilizing case examples to illustrate the challenges, and to help practitioners with the task of reconciling competing expectations in their work with children.