Foster Placements: Why They Succeed and Why They Fail

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Author Index
The letter n refers to notes at the end of a chapter
Aldgate, J. 9, 162, 171, 231, 252n
Arden, N. 161
Ashcroft, C. 20
Barker, R. 166
Barn, R. 137
Barth, R. 43, 236
Bebbington, A. 18
Beek, M. 9, 93, 224, 242, 249
Bell, C. 180
Berridge, D. 8, 9, 11, 23, 24, 93, 136, 137, 138, 144, 161, 167, 174, 184, 187, 205, 232, 238
Berry, M. 43, 236
Biehal, N. 20, 40
Bilson, A. 166
Borland, M. 8, 43, 205, 236
Bowlby, J. 151
British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering 166
Broad, B. 163, 178
Bullock, R. 9, 19, 160, 162
Carey, K. 19, 160
Chamberlain, R 181, 249, 251
Clark, H. 251
Cleaver, H. 8, 9, 11, 18–19, 23, 24, 136, 137, 138, 149, 161, 167, 169, 171, 174, 184, 238, 245
Cliffe, D. 8, 136, 232
Colton, M. 231
Conroy, S. 180
Department of Health 17, 160, 166
Downes, C. 249
Essen, J. 9
Farmer, E. 8, 9, 23, 25, 79, 137, 146, 179, 181, 182, 194, 224, 240, 245
Fein, E. 19
Fever, F. 161
Fisher, M. 160
Fisher, T. 206n
Fratter, J. 8, 18, 146, 161, 167, 174
Fry, E. 40, 41
Garnett, L. 8, 20, 40
George, V. 8, 136, 138, 167
Gibbons, J. 180
Gibbs, I. 8, 61n, 161
Glaser, B. 95
Goldstein, H. 19, 185
Goodman, R. 152
Gordon, D. 149
Hawley, D. 9
Head, J. 9
Heath, A. 231
Hensey, D. 20
Hill, M. 8–9, 180, 181, 205
Hundleby, M. 8
Hunt, J. 161, 236
Jacques, N. 235
Kahan, B. 160, 161
King, J. 20
Lahti, J. 43, 161, 236
Lambert, J. 9, 19, 231
Lambert, L. 180
Lipscombe, J. 8
Little, M. 9
Loughran, F. 149
Loveday, S. 160
Maclean, K. 166
Maluccio, A. 19, 161
Mantle, G. 161, 167, 182
Marsh, P. 19
Miles, J. 18
Millham, S. 9, 24, 161, 170, 171
Minty, B. 20
Moyers, S. 8
Norford, L. 8
O'Hara, G. 8
Olmstead, K. 19
Packman, J. 235
Parker, R. 8, 11, 138, 149, 167, 182
Petrie, S. 116n
Phelan, J. 166
Pollock, S. 79, 146
Quinton, D. 8, 9, 150, 162, 166, 167, 168, 179, 180–1, 182, 184, 192, 194, 224, 238, 240, 245
Randall, J. 235
Rashid, S. 8
Reid, J. 181
Rosenbloom, L. 20
Rowe, J. 8, 18, 19, 23, 26, 33, 93, 135–6, 137, 138, 142, 161, 162, 163, 167, 174, 231, 232, 235
Rushton, A. 8, 167, 168, 184, 231, 252n
Russell, J. 181
Rutter, M. 162
Schofield, G. 9, 93, 224, 242, 249
Scott, S. 152
Scottish Office 138
Sellick, C. 9, 93
Sinclair, I. 8, 10, 61n, 116n, 161, 185, 195n, 196, 203, 210, 236, 250, 253
Stein, M. 19, 160
Strauss, A. 95
Sykes, J. 179n
Taitz, L. 20
Thoburn, J. 8, 9, 93, 137, 146, 160, 233
Thorpe, R. 162
Trasler, G. 8, 11, 138
Treseder, J. 8, 231, 252n
Triseliotis, J. 8–9, 19, 160, 161, 180, 181, 203, 205
Wade, J. 41
Walker, M. 8–9, 224, 249
Ward, H. 156
Waterhouse, S. 25, 174
Watson, J. 146, 233
Wedge, P. 161, 166, 167, 182
Weinstein, E. 161
Whitaker, D. 160
Wilding, J. 146, 233
Williams, J. 20
Wilson, K. 7, 8, 33, 61n, 116n, 195n, 236
Wolkind, S. 162
Zimmerman, R. 20

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