9781474444194 electronic book 1474444199 electronic book 9781474444200 electronic book 1474444202 electronic book 9781474444170 hardcover 1474444172 hardcover
Kenneth Norrie traces the assumptions that underlay child protection law at particular periods of time and identifies the pressures for change - giving a clearer understanding of how and why the contemporary law is designed and operates as it does.
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1. The Statutory Framework before 1968 2. The Statutory Framework after 1968 3. Child Protection through the Criminal Law 4. The Legal Process before 1968: The Juvenile Court 5. The Legal Process in the Modern Era: Scotland's Children's Hearing System 6. Home Supervision 7. Boarding-out and Fostering by Public Authorities 8. Institutional Care 9. Emergency and Interim Protection 10. Aftercare 11. Emigration of Children 12. Adoption of Children Index
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