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By Lorraine Waterhouse,Janice McGhee,Brigid Daniel,Andrew Cooper,Kay Tisdall,Jason Hart,Trevor Spratt,Tarja Pösö,Fiona Arney,Stewart McDougall,Leah Bromfield,Walter Lorenz,Heather Montgomery,Tim Dare,Melissa O'Donnell

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Taking a clean examine the rules underlying baby security, this publication presents a thought-provoking research of the facts base which underpins specialist realizing and intervention. It outlines the ways that organisations have labored to avoid baby abuse and forget and lines key alterations in united kingdom coverage, in addition to situating those amid wider traits in Europe. With contributions from a wide selection of disciplines, together with philosophy and anthropology, this can be a uniquely diversified selection of educational views.

This e-book demanding situations our conceptions of kid safeguard and encourages readers to imagine significantly approximately why little ones are harmed by means of adults, how society perspectives baby abuse and the way this informs practice.

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