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Irish Child Health Database - Peer Reviewed Papers

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  • 1.   Facing What Cannot be Changed: The Irish Experience of Confronting Institutional Child Abuse

    This article examines the process of dealing with historic child abuse in the Republic of Ireland

    Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law, Vol: 29 Page: 245-263 2007
    Carol Brennan

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  • 2.   'Forty Seven, Today You are Nine': Systematic Abuse in Irish Childcare Institutions

    This article discusses Bion's Affect Theory, in relation to the recent disclosure of systematic abuse in State-funded childcare institutions in Ireland

    Group Analysis, Vol: 39 Page: 25-35 2006
    Paul Shield

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  • 3.   Use of self-motivating and delayed feedback to increase on-task behavior in a post-institutionalized child within regular classroom settings

    This case report discusses use of self-motivating and delayed feedback to increase on-task behaviour in a post-institutionalized child within regular classroom settings

    Education & Treatment of Children, Vol: 25 Page: 91-102 2002
    Mark O'Reilly; Roisin Tiernan; Giulio Lancioni; Claire Lacey; John Hillery; Marianne Gardiner

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  • 4.   Victims and Perpetrators, Racism and Young People in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine relationship between racist harassment and children and young people in Northern Ireland.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 129-139 2003
    Neil Jarman

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