2 edition of Residential child care, facts and fallacies found in the catalog.
Residential child care, facts and fallacies
by Longmans in association with the National Bureau for Cooperation in Child Care in London
Bibliography: p. 311-341.
|Statement||[by] Rosemary Dinnage and M. L. Kellmer Pringle.|
|Series||Studies in child development|
|Contributions||Pringle, M. L. Kellmer joint author., National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care.|
|LC Classifications||HV965 .D5 1967b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 344 p.|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||75368169|
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Residential Child Care [Rosemary Dinnage] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Residential Child Care: Facts and Fallacies (Studies in Child Development)Author: Rosemary Dinnage. Residential child care, facts and fallacies. New York, Humanities Press in association with the National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rosemary Dinnage; M L Kellmer Pringle; National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care.
Residential child care, facts and fallacies. London, Longmans in association with the National Bureau for Cooperation in Child Facts and fallacies book, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rosemary Dinnage; M L Kellmer Pringle; National Bureau for.
Evaluating Residential Care as a Method of Social Work Intervention As well as evaluating parts o f the residential programme every effort should be made to monitor the progress o f residents. This involves establishing a baseline o f data for the resident at a particular time and noting by: 1.
Language: English MeSH: Foster Home Care* Publication Type(s): Bibliography Notes: Companion volume to Residential child care; facts and fallacies. "Abstracts of completed research projects": p. "Annotated bibliography": p. NLM ID: [Book].
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Cooper and Anthony J. Culyer RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE: Facts and Fallacies; FOSTER HOME CARE: Facts and Fallacies: both by Rosemary. This chapter highlights the criticisms and positive aspects of residential care. Residential care is one of the most costly of personal social service provisions, and cost-benefit arguments have been used as a means of questioning the continuing provision at present levels, particularly in times of economic : Ron Walton, Doreen Elliott.
Prosser, Perspectives on Foster Care (NFER, ); R. Dinnage and M. Kellmer Pringle, Residential Child Care — Facts and Fallacies; and H. Prosser, Perspec-tives on Residential Child Care (NFER.
Google ScholarAuthor: R. Parker. Author(s): Dinnage,Rosemary; Pringle,M L Kellmer(Mia Lilly Kellmer); National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care.
Title(s): Residential child care, facts and fallacies; a review of research in the United States, Western Europe, Israel and Great Britain between and [by] Rosemary Dinnage and M.
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