These are themes which the book examines from an Australian perspective, but which often resonate with foster care globally.
Author: Nell Musgrove
This book draws on archival, oral history and public policy sources to tell a history of foster care in Australia from the nineteenth century to the present day. It is, primarily, a social history which places the voices of people directly touched by foster care at the centre of the story, but also within the wider social and political debates which have shaped foster care across more than a century. The book confronts foster care’s difficult past—death and abuse of foster children, family separation, and a general public apathy towards these issues—but it also acknowledges the resilience of people who have survived a childhood in foster care, and the challenges faced by those who have worked hard to provide good foster homes and to make child welfare systems better. These are themes which the book examines from an Australian perspective, but which often resonate with foster care globally.
A book based on the findings—The Slow Evolution of Foster Care in Australia:
Just Like a Family?—was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2018. It is the first
national history of foster care in Australia. Deidre has also conducted research ...
Author: Kristine Moruzi
This book explores a central methodological issue at the heart of studies of the histories of children and childhood. It questions how we understand the perspectives of children in the past, and not just those of the adults who often defined and constrained the parameters of youthful lives. Drawing on a range of different sources, including institutional records, interviews, artwork, diaries, letters, memoirs, and objects, this interdisciplinary volume uncovers the voices of historical children, and discusses the challenges of situating these voices, and interpreting juvenile agency and desire. Divided into four sections, the book considers children's voices in different types of historical records, examining children's letters and correspondence, as well as multimedia texts such as film, advertising and art, along with oral histories, and institutional archives.
The slow evolution of foster care in Australia. Just Like a Family? London:
Palgrave Mcmillan. Neil Morrison interviewed by Rob Linn for the Forgotten
Australians and Former Child Migrants oral history project. (2011). National
Library of ...
Author: Patricia McNamara
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book draws together for the first time some of the most important international policy practice and research relating to education in out-of-home care. It addresses the knowledge gap around how good learning experiences can enrich and add enjoyment to the lives of children and young people as they grow and develop. Through its ecological-development lens it focuses sharply on the experience of learning from early childhood to tertiary education. It offers empirical insights and best practices examples of learning and caregiving contexts with children and young people in formal learning settings, at home and in the community. This book is highly relevant for education and training programs in pedagogy, psychology, social work, youth work, residential care, foster care and kinship care along with early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary education courses.
Thus, the issues of child abuse and children's rights have occupied a position
high on the political agenda (O'Brien, 2012a). ... of this evolution provide a
context within which to understand the legacy from previous decades of
institutional care with ... First, the role of social work was slow to develop in
Ireland compared to other Western countries (Skehill, 1999). ... and Ireland now
has the distinction of sharing a lead position with Australia in the provision of
such care (Thoburn, 2010).
Author: Alastair Christie
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
Category: Social Science
During a period of great economic and political change and uncertainty this book offers a timely evaluation of social work in Ireland. Social Work in Ireland: Changes and Continuities has brought together a range of academics and professionals to provide a comprehensive analysis of social work in the Republic of Ireland. It addresses key questions such as 'How is social work in Ireland responding to rapidly changing social, cultural and economic circumstances?'; 'How will the new relationships between the state/NGO/private sectors impact on the provision of social services?' and 'How does, and will, social work respond to the needs of specific service user groups?' In addressing these questions the book explores key areas of practice, including child welfare, domestic violence, mental health, working with migrants and minority ethnic groups, substance misuse, probation services, and work with older people and people with a disability. This book is an essential read for students of social work and social care in Ireland and will also be of great interest to qualified practitioners in both the social work field and other social care professions.
However , the second of these promises has been slow to be enacted . The
existence ... Types and frequency of child maltreatment by family foster care
providers in an urban population . Child Abuse ... Foster care in Australia in the
21st century . ... The evolution of federal and state policies for assessing and
supporting kinship caregivers Children and Youth Services Review , 24 ( 1/2 ) ,
37–52 . Linares ...
Foster, J. (1990). 'The image of Australia and Australians in locally-produced
comics', Papers: Explorations into Children's Literature, 1, pp. 11–23. ——— (
1999). 'The slow death of a monochromatic world: The social history of Australia
Author: Denise N Rall
Publisher: Intellect Books
Category: Technology & Engineering
Aside from the occasional nod to epaulettes or use of camouflage, war and fashion seem to be strange partners. Not so, argue the contributors to this book, who connect military industrial practices as well as military dress to textile and clothing in new ways. For instance, the book includes a series of commentaries on the impact of military dress in the airline industry, in illustrated wartime comics, and even considers today’s muscled soldier’s body as a new type of uniform. Elsewhere, the effects of conquest introduce a new set of postcolonial aesthetics as military and colonial regimes disrupt local textile production and garment making. In another chapter, it is argued that textiles and fashion are important because they reflect a core practice, one that bridges textile artists and designers in an expressive, creative, and deeply physical way to matters of cultural significance. And the book concludes by calling the very mode of 'military chic' into ethical question. The premier text to illustrate the impact of war on textiles, bodies, costume, art, and design, Fashion & War in Popular Culture will be warmly welcomed by scholars of fashion design and theory, historians of fashion, and those interested in theories of warfare and military science.
Ecological constraints , life history traits and the evolution of cooperative
breeding . Animal Behaviour 59 , 1079-1086 . Heinsohn , R.G. 1991. Slow
learning of foraging skills and extended parental care in cooperative breeding
Whitewinged Choughs . ... Australian Finches . ... Eds P.A. Buckley , M.S. Foster ,
E.S. Morton ...
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Australia. Parliament. House of Representatives. Standing Committee on
Community Affairs. o ... o, - " - on o o community pharmacists as a slow process: "I
think it is something that will develop over time... one would hope that, ... But that
will be a slow, evolutionary process". (SHPA: Transcript of evidence, p 343) 5.13
One way to foster closer ties between doctors and pharmacists would be for ...
This remains an important service, particularly given the easy public access to
Author: Australia. Parliament. House of Representatives. Standing Committee on Community Affairs
This core thesaurus of terms suitable for indexing Australian educational literature was developed by the Australian Council for Educational Research by means of a systematic and thorough revision of the "Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors." Based on the actual terminology of education in Australia, this thesaurus includes: key words and phrases used by indexers as subject headings, or "descriptors," in information retrieval systems; an alphabetical display of all subject index terms (headings); extensive scope notes to clarify meaning and usage of terms; and a full introduction and comprehensive explanatory chapters. Introductory materials include sections on thesaurus development, vocabulary maintenance, the Australian Education Index database, information retrieval search aids, guidelines for indexing, structure and format of the thesaurus, and descriptor groups. (THC)
... greater number of children ; the fostering of continuation classes ; the
development and expansion of a sound system of ... However , the position and
popular estimate of the teacher shows slow upward EVOLUTION OF
250 Photographs Illustrating the Animal Life of the Indo-Pacific, Indonesia, Australia, Oceania and Galapagos Franz Adam ... Likewise , if insecticides
should wipe out all potential foster parents on an island , the female cuckoos
might again be induced to brood their own eggs . It does indeed happen
sometimes that the normally slow process of evolution is speeded up by such
catastrophes . Orthotomus ...
Author: Franz Adam Roedelberger
Pictures capture rare glimpses of wildlife in remote areas of the South Pacific and the text discusses their history, migration patterns, and chances for survival in the modern world.
K. R., and Blissett, A. H., 1988, Refined Proterozoic evolution of the Gawler craton
, South Australia, through U-Pb ... in the Childara region, western Gawler craton,
South Australia: Implications for the Proterozoic tectonic history of the western ... Foster, D.A., and Ehlers, K., 1998, "Ar-"Ar thermochronology of the southern
Gawler craton, Australia; implications for ... Regional geochemistry and
continental heat flow; implications for the origin of the South Australian heat slow
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Here there is such a challenge to preserve while fostering the tools of a modern
age to raise the standard - of - living for its people . ... Rather than the slow
normal evolution of a child growing up , we have a revolution of subtle and
drastic changes when a society ... man on continents virtually separated by vast
bodies of water ( such as North and South America and Australia and the islands
of the Pacific ) ...
Australia ( Sydney ) , 2–35th yr.:1-8 , July 3 ... Understanding the child , 17 : 92–
94 , 96 , June 1948 . Trends in ... Evolution and trends in group psychotherapy ,
by D. A. Shaskan . ... Wake , Orville W. The education of slow - learning children .
An Evolutionary Approach John Alcock ... Two Australian ornithologists , Ian
Rowley and Graeme Chapman , have taken advantage of the experiment to ask ,
How ... Moreover , they fly with the slow , sweeping wingbeats of pink cockatoos ,
not with the rapid , shallow wingbeats of ... not altered by the novel experiences
provided by pink cockatoo foster parents , but the contact calls and flight pattern
The nomadic habits and general background of the aboriginal family impose too
many handicaps on the school child to make his examination ... The Australians
do , however , in respect to rote memory provide an unmistakable example of
divergent evolution . ... is no more true than if the conclusion was drawn from the
results of standard tests for motor dexterity that the natives are slow and clumsy .
... various states on “ Foster Care ” and there is an interesting book review by
Miss G . A . Rennison of Women in Australia , published by Mr ... Whilst progress
is very slow , the report indicates that there do seem to be many commendable
efforts to reach people in particular ... meet appear to be inherent in the very
nature of Social Service : the duties are badly defined , and it is itself in constant evolution .
The rapid increase of smaller houses , motor cars and television means that the family unit , now rarely exceeding father , mother and two ... historical background
in both Australia or New Zealand , and for 100 years the community has been
discouraged from coming into the schools . As a result the change will be a slow evolution , rather than a rapid revolutionary one . ... It is the school's duty to foster
and facilitate these interests if the school has the community's well - being at
The analogy between Australia and America is a closer one than between this
country and any European country . ... It is in such a state of things as this that
imaginative literature finds little material at home . ... His able career , ” says Mr. Foster , “ seems to have been a slow evolution of the especial traits of
observation and the sense of color and form , which are summed up in the two
famous portraits ...