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  • 1.   Community Rules Preventing Re-Offending by Child Sex Abusers -- A Life History Approach

    This article discusses a life history approach to community rules preventing reoffending by child sex abusers.

    International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Vol: 28 Page: 45-68 2000
    Mike Brogden; Sharon Harkin

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  • 2.   Family, Community, Church and State: Natural Parents Talking about Adoption in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine women's experiences of relinquishing a child for adoption in Ireland.

    British Journal of Social Work, Vol: 34 Page: 621-648 2004
    Mary Wilson; Nuala Lordan; Audrey Mullender

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  • 3.   Interview with Katherine Zappone: Freedom and prevention: developing effective children's services in Tallaght, Ireland

    This article discusses an interview with Chair of the Childhood Development Initiative in Tallaght

    Journal of Children's Services, Vol: 2 Page: 64-73 2007
    Michael Little

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  • 4.   Professional educational psychology and community relations education in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to understand the contribution professional educational psychology might make to community relations

    Educational Psychology in Practice, Vol: 18 Page: 275-295 2002
    Ron Smith

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  • 5.   Prospective Possibilities for Building Resilience in Children, their Families and Communities

    This article discusses a future agenda for building resilience in children, families and communities with particular emphasis on a greater utilisation of informal social networks.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 83-91 2008
    Pat Dolan

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  • 6.   Psychiatric problems of children exposed to opiates in utero -- a descriptive study

    The aim of this study was to describe the psychosocial and clinical characteristics of children referred to a community-based child and adolescent mental health service, whose mothers reported that they took opiates during the pregnancy

    Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol: 22 Page: 121-123 2005
    Ciaran Clarke; Carol Fitzpatrick

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  • 7.   Resilience in Practice Interventions

    This paper discusses the concept of resilience in practice interventions including resilience in the practitioner and how the practitioner fosters resilient interventions

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 45-54 2008
    Gerard Phillips

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  • 8.   Responding to communities in trauma in Northern Ireland: Supporting the positive experience of childhood by partnership working

    This article discusses the work of the NOVA organisation, they highlight the benefits of close, interagency collaboration, with an emphasis upon therapeutic support and community capacity building

    Support for Learning, Vol: 21 Page: 70-76 2006
    Martin Murphy; David Stewart

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  • 9.   Teenage kicks: Young women and their involvement in violence and disorderly behaviour

    This study draws upon research into young people's attitudes to and experiences of violence and disorder in Northern Ireland, but focuses specifically on the views of young women and explores their experiences and knowledge of violence and disorder

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 11 Page: 341-356 2005
    Neil Jarman

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  • 10.   The FACE YOUR FEAR Club: Therapeutic Group Work with Young Children as a Response to Community Trauma in Northern Ireland

    This study aimed to outline therapeutic group work with young children in response to acute community trauma in Northern Ireland.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 11 Page: 191-209 2005
    David Stewart; Kirsten Thomson

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  • 11.   Understanding and negotiating identity: Children from cross-community families in public care in northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the gap in knowledge of children in the public care system from cross-community families who have one parent from a Catholic background and one from a Protestant background

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 10 Page: 331-342 2005
    Berni Kelly; Ruth Sinclair

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