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Annex to : Supporting Kinship Families: Bibliography from the Evaluation of the Notre Dame Centre’s Support Programme for Kinship Families

Welch, Vicki (2018) Annex to : Supporting Kinship Families: Bibliography from the Evaluation of the Notre Dame Centre’s Support Programme for Kinship Families. [Report]

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    This bibliography contains references and (where available) abstracts for 56 sources identified during the evaluation of the Notre Dame Kinship support service and related activities. We report that evaluation as a separate document. We reproduce these details verbatim as harvested from relevant databases; the content belongs to the relevant authors who should be cited if their work is used. We hope this list is interesting and helpful. Beyond inclusion in this list, we do not provide any comment or analysis; readers will make up their own minds about the relevance to their needs of each source. This bibliography is based on academic sources that we have come across during our work – it does not reflect a systematic search. We expect that other sources, particularly grey-literature sources, are also likely to be relevant. We know that those working for children’s services may find it difficult to access some academic papers; readers are welcome to contact CELCIS using the contact details on the back cover for assistance in accessing these and similar sources.