Social Action with Children and Families: A Community Development Approach to Child and Family Welfare

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Index
The following abbreviations have been used in the index:FGCs Family Group ConferencesSC Save the Children
a
abuse 47 , 73 ;
male power and 169
access, to SC centres 149-51 ;
see also open access
action research 69
action-training-research 205-9
Adamson, J. 7
advocacy 176-7 ;
for children 173-4 ;
for families 174-5 , 179-80 ;
see also self-advocacy
Agenda for Children 50
Agenda 21 initiatives 37
AIDE (Agence Intercommunale pour le Développement de l’Emploi) 207
Alcock, P. 35
Alinsky, Saul 187-8
alliances between organisations 36-7
Alston, P. 45
animation97 , 99
anti-poverty strategies 35 , 37
APADES 93-4
Archard, D. 45 , 46
Armstrong, J. 13
‘Article 12’ 52
ASC (Advice, Advocacy and Representation Service for Children) 177
Attneave, C. L. 200
Audit Commission 73 , 144 , 151 , 152
autonomy 45 , 48-9

b
Ball, C. 157
Barber, J. G. 109
Barclay, P. 27 , 146
Barnardo’s 29 , 36
Bell, V. 49 , 51
Berger, P. L. 108
Berridge, D. 170
Bertram, B. 129
Bilton, K. 145
Black and In Care 55
Boushel, M. 51 , 54
Bradshaw, J. 146
British Association of Social Workers 70
brokerage approaches to community work 78
Bronfenbrenner, U. 108 , 110 , 115
Broxtowe Estate Enterprises 79

c
Caerau Credit Union 75
Caisse d’Allocations Familiales (CAF) 87 , 89-92 , 100
Camasso, M. J. & A. E. 103
Campbell, B. 28
Cannan, C. 8 , 30 , 51 , 144 , 151 , 157
caring 9 , 128 ;
see also child care

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