Inside the Black Box: Experiences and perspectives of young people and professionals in residential youth care

Edited by: Annemiek T. Harder, Erik J. Knorth, James P. Anglin

The International Journal of Child and Family Welfare (IJCFW) is an official publication of the European Scientific Association on Residential and Family Care for Children and Adolescents. This Volume 15, Number 1/2 of the journal includes the following contributions: 'The Black Box Never Sleeps...': Inside Perspectives on Youth Placements in Residential Care * Exploration of the Youth-Adult Relationship in Residential Care: Small Glimpses from a Large Sample of Youth * Differences and Similarities in Children's and Caregivers' Perspectives on the Quality of Residential Care in Portugal * Sisters of Pain and the Child Protection Paradox: An Ethnographic Study of a Young Woman Living in Secure Care * Perceptions of Participation: The Views of Male Adolescents on the Care Process in a Juvenile Justice Facility * Is the Group under Threat as a Therapeutic Milieu? An Analysis of the Views of Group Workers in Residential Youth Care * The Challenge of Improving Positive Residential Care Practices: Evidence from Staff Experiences in Portugal. [Subject: Social Work, Youth Care]


Publication Date: 12/31/2014
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9789044132267