4 edition of Reparation and Victim-Focused Social Work (Research Highlights in Social Work) found in the catalog.
by Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||208|
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Similarly, the social and probation services and youth offending teams have had to undertake increasing amounts of work with the victims of crime, often prompted by new legislation, but staff awareness of issues relating to victimisation has lagged behind, at a time when new initiatives are being introduced with great frequency and speed.
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Reparation and the place of the victim in the criminal justice process have been the focus of recent legislation and policy initiatives. Reparation and Victim-focused Social Work Research Highlights in Social Work by Bryan Williams The contributors to this book bring together research material from the wide range of disciplines involved.
Reparation and Victim-Focused Social Work, a collection of 10 essays on initiatives to better serve the interests of victims of crime. The book looks at evaluations of restorative-type interventions, discusses the issues for victim-focused work and identifies gaps, problems and dilemmas in.
Brings together leading social work academics to examine the state of social work at the beginning of the 21st century.
Reparation and Victim-Focused Social Work by Brian Williams (Editor); Barbara Tudor (Contribution by)Author: Marisha Kelly. Excellent social work education and training is vital for ensuring best practice, and it is important to understand the key approaches and methods in order to provide the best teaching and ensure effective learning.
This volume provides an overview of social work education, including the background and current : Joyce Lishman. The Most Recent Decade of Social Work Books from to A Selection of Titles Social Work Selected Book Citations from the Last Decade Part Twelve. Social work with addictions Reparation and victim-focused social work.
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Part One describes evidence for the links between domestic violence and the concomitant abuse of children and assesses the effects on children's future well-being. Goodey, J. (a) `Compensating victims of violent crime in the EU: The case for state restitution', in B.
Williams (ed.) Reparation and victim-focused social work, pp. London: Jessica Kingsley. Google ScholarCited by: Book Reviews. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. 41, pp.11 Pages Posted: 9 Jul (Ed.), Reparation and Victim-Focused Social Work R.
Hopkins Burke, An Introduction to Criminological Theory T. Newburn and S. Hayman, Policing, Surveillance and Social Control: CCTV and Police Monitoring of Suspects. Reparation and Victim-Focused Social Work By Brian Williams Jessica Kingsley, Read preview Overview Crimes without Victims: Deviant Behavior and Public Policy: Abortion, Homosexuality, Drug Addiction By Edwin M.
Schur Prentice Hall, Victims of Crime and Community Justice is a timely contribution to an increasingly political debate about the position of victims in the criminal justice system.
Williams explores the development of the role of victims of crime with reference to community justice and restorative justice initiatives in the United Kingdom and : Iman Heflin. Similar Items. Helping crime victims: research, policy, and practice / by: Roberts, Albert R. Published: () Reparation and victim-focused social work Published: () ; Crime and its victims: international research and public policy issues: proceedings of the Fourth International Institute on Victimology (NATO Advanced Research Workshop) / Published: ().
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This study explored social work’s presence in corrections, the decline of that presence, and how the concept of restorative justice can invigorate social work within the field of corrections. Several examples of social work’s contemporary efforts to use the concept of Cited by: 44 J.
Wemmers, ‘Restorative Justice: The Choice between Bilateral Decision-Making Power and Third Party Intervention’, in Brian Williams (ed.), Cited by: 6.Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.