Domestic Violence and Child Protection: Directions for Good Practice

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Author Index
Abrahams, C. 20, 29, 42, 53, 58, 69, 133
Adams, D. 191, 196
Alderson, P. 88
Aldgate, A. 27
Alexander, H. 86
Alexander, R. 161
Allen, C. 38
Allen, J. 12, 24, 25, 47, 191
Allen, T 38
AMICA 137
Andra, M. 24
Arbitell, M. 133
Aris, R. 24, 38, 138, 142
Atkinson, T. 98
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) 113
Awad, G. 129
Babcock, J. 191
Bagshaw, D. 21, 114
Bailey-Harris, R. 137
Baker, A. 20, 25
Baldwin, D. 23
Ball, M. 133
Bancroft, L. 141
Bandura, A. 70
Barnett, O. 28
Barron, J. 41, 137
Batsleer, J. 42
Bell, J. 46, 69, 75
Bengtson, M. 193
Bentovim, A. 209
Berliner, L. 157
Berthelsen, D. 113
Bewley, S. 22, 140
Bhugra, D. 23, 26
Black, D. 20
Blacklock, N. 178
Bonner, M. 41
Borland, M. 86, 87, 89
Boushel, M. 133
Bowker, L. 133
Bradshaw, J. 147
Brandon, M. 9, 22, 31, 101, 125, 145
Breckenridge, J. 21, 97, 113, 114
Breitenbach, E. 83, 84
Bridge Child Care Consultancy Service 38, 58, 126, 205
Bridge Child Care Development
Service 204, 205
Briere, J.N. 203
British Association of Social Workers 211
British Medical Association (BMA) 140
Brockmann, M. 206, 207
Brown, J. 30
Brown, T. 140, 141, 148, 159, 160, 161, 163, 164, 165, 166
Browne, A. 29
Browne, K.D. 133
Buchanan, A. 31, 139, 141, 148
Budd, T. 206, 207
Burgess, A. 24
Burkell, J. 69
Burton, M. 45
Burton, S. 133, 191, 199
Busch, R. 139
Butler, J. 71
Buzawa, E. 179
Byng-Hall, J. 113
Calder, M. 42, 45, 145, 176
Campbell, J. 22, 174
Campbell, R. 26
Carlson, B. 192
Cascardi, M. 25
Catalano, R. 70
Cawson, P. 20, 21, 160
Cayouette, S. 191
Charles, C. 38
ChildLine 30
Children's Subcommittee of the London Coordinating Committee to End Woman Abuse 56, 59
Children and Young People's Unit 69
Children in Need Census 177
Chung, D. 21, 114
Cleaver, H. 27
Connell, R.W. 71
Conroy, S. 69
Conte, J. 157
Corby, B. 38, 157, 158, 208
Cox, A. 209
Cox, C. 31
Cretney, M. 137
Crisma, M. 192
Curtis, K. 89
Dalton, C. 144, 150
Daly, J.E. 191
Daly, M. 145
Damant, D. 72
Daniel, B. 71
Davidson, L.L. 26, 44, 97
Davies, J. 195
Davis, K. 24
Davis, L. 192
de Cruz, P. 160, 166
Debbonaire, T. 73, 204, 209
Department for Education and Skills (DfES) 41, 47, 70, 71, 79, 172
Department of Health (DH) 10, 21, 41, 42, 43, 140, 173, 204, 205, 208, 209–10, 211
Derogatis, L.R. 194
Desai, M. 23
Diamond, A. 38, 40, 41
Dillenburger, K. 158, 171, 204, 205
Dingwall, R. 204, 205
Dobash, R.E. 190, 206
Dobash, R.P. 206
Duncan, S. 38, 205
Dusenbury, L. 69
Dutton, D. 70
Eade, J. 23
Edleson, J. 21, 31, 133, 141, 145, 192, 198
Edwards, R. 92
Edwards, S.S.M. 204
Eekelaar, J. 139, 204
Ellis, K. 69
Epstein, C. 53
Eriksson, M. 138, 140, 191, 197
Erwin, T. 179
Everitt, A. 98
Everson, M. 31
Fagan, R. 28
Falkov, A. 43
Family Law Council 164
Family Law Pathways Advisory Group (FLPAG) 158
Farmakopoulou, N. 40, 47
Farmer, E. 9, 21, 58, 101, 124, 125, 126, 128, 129, 130, 131, 133, 134, 205, 207, 208
Farrington, D. 70
Featherstone, B. 9
Ferraro, K. 191
Figueredo, A. 20
Findlater, J. 44
Finkelhor, D. 23
Fisher, T. 125
Fitzpatrick, S. 88, 89, 91
Fleming, J. 159
Fletcher, B. 210
Flitcraft, A. 9, 26, 29
Forman, J. 83, 101
Forrester, D. 27, 28
Fraser, H. 113, 114
French, S. 98
Frieze, L. 29
Frost, N. 37, 38
Furniss, C. 141, 142
Galvani, S. 29
Gamache, D. 71
Gardner, R.A. 157–8
Garland, D. 172
Garthwait, C. 207

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