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The development of a residential unit working with sexually aggressive young men

Kendrick, A. and Mitchell, R. and Smith, M. (2004) The development of a residential unit working with sexually aggressive young men. In: Residential care. Welfare and Society . Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. 38-55. ISBN 9780754640981

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Abstract

This chapter looks at the development of a residential unit working with sexually aggressive young men. Overall this theoretically and empirically rich volume draws on new research from across Europe and Canada. Contributions stem from a broad spectrum of researchers and practitioners in the field, engaging in comparative international perspectives of problems of enduring relevance. This book particularly focuses on anti-oppressive practice, foster care, mainstreaming in education, ethnic origin, competency level and research as a tool in residential care. The book will make a significant impact to the literature on social work and child and family welfare.