Social Work Theories in Action

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Index
Adamson, C. 38
Adamson, C. E. 67
Adoption Act 1955 175
Adoption (Inter-country) Act 1997 175
Adult Adoption Information Act 1986 175
Agass, D. 34, 41
Agnew, R. 73
Ainsworth, M. 209, 211, 213, 223, 224
Ainsworth, M. D. S. 240
Alexander, K. W. 211
Allan, J. 55, 159, 166, 170, 171
Allen, J. P. 226, 227
Ambrosino, R. 51
American Psychiatric Association (APA) 66, 76
Amor, V. 38
Anderson, H. 192
Andreae, D. 33, 34
Andrew, A. 97, 110, 158, 159, 161, 162, 163, 164, 166, 167, 170
Anglem, J. 44
Ansay, S. J. 229
Araji, S. 245
Arend, R. A. 224, 227
Atwool, N. R. 226, 231, 235
Atwool, N. 234
Auerswald, E. H. 64
Autagavaia, M. 130
Baboo, K. S. 59
Bakermans-Kranenburg, M. J. 218
Bankes, N. 244, 245
Barlow, C. 197
Barnett, D. 227
Baskerville, M. 38
Becker, D. 67
Beddoe, L. 192
Bedford, C. 142
Beilharz, L. 100, 101, 104, 107, 110, 111
Belgrave, M. 176
Belsky, J. 75
Bentovim, A. 68
Berry, M. 161
Besthorn, F. 35
Blehar, M. 240
Bloch, A. 151
Block, D. 212
Bloom, S. 68, 71, 76
Bloom, S. L. 68, 76
Blom, M. 218
Blundo, R. 190
Bourne, I. 72
Bosmann-Watene, G. 21
Bostwick, G. 39
Bowlby, J. 67, 209, 210, 213, 214, 223, 247
Bracken, P. 67
Bradford Brown, B. 242
Brandon, M. 229, 240, 241, 242
Braunwald, K. 227
Braveheart-Jordan, M. 67
Bredenkamp, D. 213
Bretherton, I. 223, 243
Briggs, L. 142
Briskman, L. 55, 159, 171
Bronfenbrenner, U. 36, 37, 38, 51, 75, 141
Brown, A. 72
Brown, M. 176
Bucknell, D. 191
Butler, I. 234
Butler, P. 97, 110, 158, 159, 161, 162, 163, 164, 166, 167, 170
Caritas New Zealand 153
Carlier, I. V. E. 76
Carlson, E, A. 214
Carlson, V. 227
Cassidy, J. 223, 224
Chapman, A. 142
Chernesky, R. H. 165
Cheung, E. 142
Cheung, V. 142
Cheyne, C. 176
Child Youth and Family Press Release 244
Children and Young Persons Act 1974 175
Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act 1989 175, 176, 226, 223
Chitalu, N. W. 59
Chu, J. 71
Chu, K. 142
Cicchetti, D. 227
Coady, N. 19, 32
Cohen, B. Z. 191
Colin, V. L. 213
Collins, N. L. 218
Connolly, M. 65
Cooper, A. 232
Cooper, B. 75, 159
Costello, S. 170
Cotton, P. 142
Couper, I. 55
Cowger, C. D. 128
Cowles, L. A. F. 57
Craig, W. 98, 130
Crewe, M. 54
Crittenden, P. 223, 224, 225, 227
Curtis, P. 234
Dallos, R. 34
Daniel, B. 239, 243, 247
Daniels, K. 244, 245
Darlington Social Research Unit 181
Davies, D. R. 67
Davis, K. E. 218
Davys, A. 190
Dawson, K. 161
Dawson, M. 73
Dean, H. 163
DeFilippis, J. 110
DeKleyn, M. 244
Department of Child, Youth and Family Services 174, 175, 176
Derrick, E. 98
deShazer, S. 191
Dominelli, L. 163
Donovan, D. M. 233
Draper, R. 34
Duncan, S. 218
Dunn, J. 225
Dunne, A. 142, 145, 146
Duran, B. 67
Duran, E. 67
Durie, M. 61, 64, 70, 88, 104, 114, 115, 161
Duyvendak, J. W. 110
Dvir, R. 213
Earle, D. 135
Early, T. 190
Economist, The 52, 55
Edelson, J. L. 75
Edelstein, R. S. 211
Edwards, S. 177, 181
Egan, G. 164
Egeland, B. 214, 224
Elliot, B. 38, 39
Elliot, C. 73
Elliot, D. S. 247
Elliot, M. 38, 39, 130
Ellis, G. 38
Ellis, K. 163
Endrign, M. C. 244
English and Romanian Adoptees Study Team, The 208
Epstein, L. 19
Epston, D. 191
Erickson, M. 224
Estes, D. 213
Farmer, E. 245
Fahlberg, V. 224–5, 229
Feldman, D. A. 59
Fischer, J. 19
Fletcher, G. 239
Fonagy, P. 208, 226
Fook, J. 38, 39, 159
Fouche, C. 55–6
Freeman, H. 242
Freire, P. 108, 132, 135
Fuller-Thompson, E. 150
Furley, R. 60
Furlong, M. A. 109
Gailey, C. W. 127
Gallagher, E. B. 57, 59
Garbarino, J. 37, 75
Geduld, S. 53
George, C. 211, 239
George, C. E. 215, 218
George, U. 140, 141, 142, 143, 145, 150, 151
Germain, C. 33, 34, 35, 40
Germain, C. B. 34, 35, 40, 64, 75
Gersons, B. P. R. 76

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