Scotland's Children - The Children (Scotland) Act 1995 Regulations and Guidance: Volume 4 Bibliography and Index

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Scotland's Children
The Children (Scotland)Act 1995 Regulations and Guidance
Volume 4 Bibliography and Index

C. Individual Sections of Regulations and Guidance

VOL. 1 SUPPORT AND PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES

1.1 Promoting the Welfare of Children and Families
Ahmed, S., Cheetham, J. and Small, J. (Eds.) (1986) Social Work with Black Children and their Families, Batsford: BAAF.
Aldgate, J. and Tunstill, J. (1995) Implementing Section 17 of the Children Act, DOH. HMSO.
Allen, I. (ed.) (1995) Targeting those most in need: winners and losers, London: Policy Studies Institute.
Audit Commission (1994) Seen but not heard: Coordinating Community Child Health and Social Services for Children in Need, London: HMSO.
Bell, V. (1993) 'Governing Childhood - Neo-liberalism and the Law', Economy and Society, 22, 3, 390-405.
Bradley, M. and Aldgate, J. (1994) 'Short-term family based care for children in need', Adoption & Fostering, 18, 4, 24-29.
Cannan, C. (1992) Changing Families, Changing Welfare, Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf.
Children in Scotland (1996) 'Current developments in rural out of school care' Factsheet No 27, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Colton, M., Drury, C . and Williams, M. (1995) 'Children in need: definition, identification and support', British Journal of Social Work, 25, 711-728.
Department of Health (1995) Messages from Research, London: HMSO.
Department of Health (1996) Making Sense of Section 17: Implementation services for children in need, London: S.S.1. Report, DOH.
Dunst, C. Trivette, C. and Deal, A. (eds) (1994) Supporting and Strengthening Families: Methods, Strategies & Practices, 1, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Brookline.
Dwivedi, K.N. and Varma, V.P. (1996) Meeting the Needs of Ethnic Minority Children, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Gibbons, J. (1991) 'Children in need and their families: Outcomes of referral to social services', British Journal of Social Work, 21, 217-227.
Gibbons, J. (ed.) (1992) The Children Act 1989 and Family Support: Principles into Practice, London: HMSO.
Gibbons, J., Thorpe, S. and Wilkinson, P. (1990) Family Support and Prevention: Studies in Local Areas, London: HMSO.
Hill, M., Hawthorne-Kirk, R. and Part, D. (eds.) (1995) Supporting Families, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Hill, M., Tisdall, K. and Murray, K. (1997) 'Services for Children and their Families' in J. English (ed.) Social Services in Scotland, Edinburgh: Mercat Press.
Holman, B. (1988) Putting Families First: Prevention and Child Care, London: Macmillan.
Hoyal, J. (1996) 'Making sense of Section 17', Childright 1996, 128.
Kaganas, F., King, M., Piper, C. (eds.) (1995) 'Legislation for harmony - Partnership under the Children Act, 1989' London: Jessica Kingsley.
Kosonen, M. (1996) 'Siblings as providers of support and care during middle childhood: children's perceptions', Children & Society, 10, 4, 267-279.
Morris, K. and Tunnard, J. (eds.) (1996) Family Group Conferences: Messages from UK practice and research, London: Family Rights Group.
NSPCC (1992) Bridging the Gap, London: NSPCC.
O'Brien, M. and Dench, S. (1996) The Out-of-School Childcare Grant Initiative - a Second Evaluation, London: Institute for Employment Studies.
Percy-Smith, J. (ed.) (1996) Needs Assessments in Public Policy, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Robertson, A. and McClintock, D. (1996) 'The community based alternative: intermediate treatment for young offenders', in Asquith, S. (ed.) Children and Young People in Conflict with the Law, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Ryburn, M. and Atherton, C . (1996) 'Family Group Conferences: Partnership in practice', Adoption & Fostering, 20, 1, 16-23.
Scottish Office (1992) Children and HIV, Scottish Office, Edinburgh.
Simpson, M., Williams, B. and Kendrick, A.J. (1993) Social Work Responses to the Misuse of Alcohol: A Literature Review' CRU Papers, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office.
Tennent, R. (1990) Child and Family Poverty in Scotland, Glasgow: SCF.
Tunstill, J. (1996) 'Family support: past, present and future challenges', Child & Family Social Work, 1, 3, 151-158.
Walker, H. (1991) 'Family Centres' in Carter, P., Jeffs, T. and Smith, M. (eds.) Social Work and Social Welfare, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Ward, H. (ed.) (1995) Looking After Children: Research into Practice, London: HMSO.
1-2 Planning Children's Services
Audit Commission (1994) Seen but not heard: Coordinating Community Child Health and Social Services for children in Need, London: HMSO.
Baldwin, S. (1996) 'Two different worlds? Planning and delivering services for adults and children', Research, Policy and Planning, 14, 1, 62-68.
Billis, D. (1993) Organising Public and Voluntary Agencies, London: Routledge.
Birchell, E. and Hallett, C. (1995) Working Together in Child Protection, London: HMSO.
Black, S. (ed.) (1995) The Impact of Re-organisation on Particular Services, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland, 41-50.
Chakibarti, M. (1992) 'Anti-Racist Perspectives in Social Work Education', in Sim, D. and Bowis, A. (ed.) Demands and Constraints, Edinburgh: SCVO Press.
Chakrabarti, M. (1994) 'Social Work Services and Black People', in Ridley, D. and Kendrick, A. (ed.) Race and Research, Edinburgh: Social Services Research Group.
Chakrabarti, M. and Cadman, M. (1992) 'Social Work in a Multi Racial Society', in Divine, D. (ed.) One Small Step towards Racial Justice, London: CCETSW.
Chaudhry, F. (1996) Race and Poverty in Strathclyde, Glasgow: Strathclyde Poverty Alliance.
Corby, B. (1995) 'Interprofessional co-operation and interagency co-ordination', in Wilson, K. and James, A. (eds.) The Child Protection Handbook, London: Balliere Tindall.
Davies, E. (1994) They all speak English anyway, London: CCETSW/Open University.
Department of Health (1995) Children's Services Plans: An analysis of Children's Services Plans 1993/1994, London: DOH.
Department of Health (1996) Making Sense of Section 17: Implementation of services for children in need, London: S.S.1. Report, DOH.
Gill, K. and Pickles, T. (eds.) (1989) Active Collaboration: Joint Practice and Youth Strategies, Glasgow: ITRC
Glasgow Caledonian University (1995) Child and Family Poverty in Scotland: The Facts, Glasgow: Glasgow Caledonian University and Save the Children.
Gulbenkian Foundation Report (1995) Children and Violence, London: Gulbenkian Foundation.
Hallett, C. (1995) Interagency Coordination in Child Protection, London: HMSO.
Hallett, C. and Birchall, E. (1992) Coordination and Child Protection: A Review of the Literature, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Hill, M. (ed.), Hawthorne-Kirk, R.H. and Part, D. (1995) Supporting Families, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Hill, M., Tisdall, K. and Murray, K. (1997) 'Services for Children and their Families' in J. English (ed.) Social Services in Scotland, Edinburgh: Mercat Press.
Holman, B. (1996) The Corporate Parent, London: National Institute for Social Work.
Jones, A. and Bilton, K. (1994) The Future Shape of Children's Services, London: National Children's Bureau.
Kearney, B. (1992) The Report of the Inquiry in Child Care Policies in Fife. Return to an Address of the Honourable the House of Commons, 27 October 1992, chaired by Sheriff Kearney, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Kendrick, A. (1995) 'Supporting families through inter-agency-work: Youth strategies in Scotland', in Hill, M., Kirk, R. and Part, D. (eds.) (1995) Supporting Families, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Kendrick, A. (1995) 'The integration of child care services in Scotland' Children and Youth Services Review, 17, 5/6, 599-617.
Kendrick, A. J., Simpson, M. and Mapstone, E. (1996) 'Is this the right meeting?: Impact of change on joint work with children and young people in difficulty', International Journal of Public Sector Management, 9, 7.
Kendrick, A. J., Simpson, M. and Mapstone, E. (1996) Getting it Together: Changing Services for children and Young People in Difficulty, York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Kerley, R. and Orr, K. (1993) 'Joint Arrangements in Scotland', Local Government Studies, 19, 3, 309-18.
Knight, B. (1993) Voluntary Action, London: Centris.
Leach, S., Davis, H. and Associates (1996) Enabling or Disabling Local Government, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Leslie, A. (1995) Informing Change: Principles, Examples & Innovative Practice in the Delivery of Children's Services, Edinburgh: Children in Scotland.
McKay, B. (1994) 'Inter-agency approaches', in Munn. P. (ed.) Schooling with Care? Developing Provision for Children and Young People Presenting Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, Edinburgh: Scottish Council for Research in Education.
Midwinter, A. and McGarvey, N. (1994) 'The restructuring of Scotland's Education Authorities: does size matter?', Scottish Educational Review, 26, 2, 110-17.
Parry-Jones, W.L.I. and Maguire, R. (1996) Mental Health Services for Children and Young People in Scotland: A National Review, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Glasgow.
Percy-Smith, J. (Ed.) (1996) Needs Assessments in Public Policy, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Pugh, G. (1994) Contemporary Issues in the Early Years - Working Collaboratively for Children, London: Paul Chapman.
Saunders, N.K., Wilson, J. and Radburn, J. (1992) 'Enabling consumers of social services to be heard'. Research, Policy and Planning, 10, 1, 1-5.
Scottish Office (1992) Children and HIV, Scottish Office, Edinburgh.
Scottish Office (1994) Working Together: The Scottish Office, Volunteers and Voluntary Organisations, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office.
Shelter (Scotland) (1994) No Place Called Home. Young People and Homelessness in Scotland, Edinburgh: Shelter (Scotland).
Shelter (Scotland) Homelessness briefing.
Sinclair, R., Garnett, L. and Berridge, D. (1995) Social Work Assessment with Adolescents, London: National Children's Bureau.
Social Services Inspectorate (1995) Children's Services Plans: an Analysis of Children's Services Plans 1993/94, Wetherby: Department of Health.
Spurgeon, P. (1993) 'Purchaser-provider relationships: urgent practice and future prospects', in Peck, E. and Spurgeon, P. (eds.) NHS Trusts in Practice, Harlow: Longman.
Stewart, J. and Stoker, G. (1995) Local Government in the 1990s, London: Macmillan.
Sutton, P. (1995) Crossing the Boundaries: A Discussion of Children's Services Plans, London: National Children's Bureau.
Tisdall, E.K.M. with Donnaghie, E. (1995) Scotland's Family Factsheet, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Triseliotis, J., Borland, M., Hill, M. and Lambert, L. (1995) Teenagers and the Social Work Services, London: HMSO.
Vincent, C., Evans, J., Lundt, I. and Young, P. (1994) 'The market forces? The effect of local management of schools on special educational needs provision', British Educational Research Journal, 20, 3, 261-77.
1-3 Providing Information about Services
Davies, E. (1994) They all speak English anyway, London: CCETSW/Open University.
1-4 Providing Accommodation
Aldgate, J. Bradley, M. and Hawley, D.(1996) 'Respite Accommodation: A case study of partnership under the Children Act 1989', in Hill, M. and Aldgate, J. (eds.) Child Welfare Services, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Aldgate, J., Heath, A., Colton, M. and Simm, M. (1993) 'Social work and the education of children in foster care', Adoption & Fostering, 17, 3, 25-34.
Argent, H. (1995) See You Soon: Contact with children looked after by local authorities, London: BAAF.
Banks, N. (1995) 'Children of black mixed parentage and their placement needs', Adoption & Fostering, 19, 2, 19-24.
Bilson, A. and Barker, R. (1995) 'Parental contact with children fostered and in residential care after the children Act 1989', British Journal of Social Work, 25, 3, 367-381.
Bradley, M. and Aldgate, J. (1994) 'Short-term family based care for children in need', Adoption & Fostering, 18, 4, 24-29.
Buchanan, A. (1995) 'The Dolphin Project: the impact of the Children Act', in Cloke, C. and Davies, M. (eds) Participation and Empowerment in Child Protection, London: Pitman.
Cleaver, H. (1996) Focus on Teenagers, London: Department of Health.
Fahlberg, V. (1994) A Child's Journey through Placement, London: BAAF.
Francis, J. and Thomson, G. (1995) Improving the Educational Experience of Children in Care, New Waverley Paper, University of Edinburgh: Department of Social Work.
Hill, M., and Aldgate, J. (eds.) (1996) Child Welfare Services, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Hill, M., Tisdall, K. and Murray, K. (1997 forthcoming) 'Services for Children and their Families' in J. English (ed.) Social Services in Scotland, Edinburgh: Mercat Press.
Kosonen, M. (1994) 'Sibling relationships for children in the care system' Adoption & Fostering, 18, 3, 30-35.
Lindsay, M., Kohls, M. and Collins, J. (1993) The Patchwork Quilt - A Study of Respite Care Services, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Minkes, J., Robinson, C. and Weston, C. (1994) 'Consulting the children - interviews with children using residential respite care services', Disability & Society, 9, 1, 47-57.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG2O/71) Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968: Memorandum on Contributions Under Part VI of the Act.
Stalker, K. (ed.) Developments in Short-term Care, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Triseliotis, J., Borland, M., Hill, M. and Lambert, L. (1995) Teenagers and the Social Work Services, London: HMSO.
Ward, H. (ed.) (1995) Looking After Children: Research into Practice, London: HMSO.
1-5 Day Care Services
Audit Commission (1995): Counting to five - Education of Children Under Five, London: HMSO.
Bull, J., Cameron, C., Candappa, M., Moss. P., Owen, C. and Statham, J. (1995) Implementing the Children Act for Children Under 8, London: HMSO.
Bull, J., Cameron, C. and Moss, P. (1996) 'The 1989 Children Act - Welfare day-care and early years provision', Health & Social Care in the Community, 4, 1, 3-10.
Cannan, C. (1992) Changing Families, Changing Welfare, Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf.
Children in Scotland (1995) 'Statement on Expanding Early Years Services in Scotland' Factsheet, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Children in Scotland (1996) 'Current Developments in Rural Out of School Care' Factsheet No 27, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Children in Scotland (1996) 'Nursery Education Vouchers in Scotland' Factsheet No 29, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Cohen, B. and Fraser, N. (1991) Childcare in a Modern Welfare System: Towards a new national policy, London: IPPR.
Cohen, B. and Hagen, U. (eds.) (1996) Children's Services: Shaping up for the Millennium, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Duncan, A., Giles, C. and Webb, S. (1995) The Impact of Subsidising Childcare, London: Institute for Fiscal Studies, EOC.
European Commission (1996) Quality Targets in Services for Young Children - Proposals for a Ten Year Action Programme, Brussels: European Commission.
European Commission (1996) The EC Childcare Network - A Decade of Achievements, Brussels: European Commission.
Gibbons, J. (1990) Family Support and Prevention, London: HMSO.
Gibbons, J. (ed.) (1992) The Children Act 1989 and Family Support: Principles into Practice, London: HMSO.
Gunner, A. (ed.) (1994) Challenging Racism in the Early Years: the role of childcare services in Scotland and Europe, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Holman, B. (1988) Putting Families First: Prevention and Child Care, London: Macmillan.
Holtermann, S. (1996) Investing in Young Children - A reassessment of the cost of an education and day care service - Full Report, London: NCB.
Lyon, C. (1994) Legal issues arising from the care, control and safety of children with learning disabilities who also present severely challenging behaviour, London: Mental Health Foundation.
MacDonald, G. and Roberts, H. (1995) What Works in the Early Years, Barkingside: Barnardos.
Marchant, R. and Page, R. (1993) Bridging the Gap: child protection work with children with multiple disabilities, London: NSPCC.
Martin, C. (ed.) (1994) The Children Act Review: a Scottish Experience, Edinburgh: HMSO.
McGurk, H., Mooney, A., Moss, P. and Poland, G. (1995) Staff-Child Ratios in Care and Education Services for Young Children, London: HMSO.
McQuail, S. and Pugh, G. (1995) Effective Organisation of Early Childhood Services, London: NCB.
Nutbrown, C. (ed.) (1996) Children's Rights and Early Education, London: Paul Chapman.
O'Brien, M. and Dench, S. (1996) The Out-of-School Childcare Grant Initiative - a Second Evaluation, London: Institute for Employment Studies.
Petrie, P. (1994) Play and Care out of School, London: HMSO.
Pugh, G. (1994) Contemporary Issues in the Early Years -Working Collaboratively for Children, London: Paul Chapman.
Scott, G. and Macdonald, S. (1996) Making Childcare Work in Scotland: An Evaluation of Out of School Childcare and the Childcare Initiative Grant in Scotland, Caledonian University: Scottish Out of School Care Network.
Scottish Council for Research in Education (1995) We are Getting Them Ready for Life -Provision for Pre-Fives in Scotland, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Scottish Office (1991) The Children Act 1989. Regulations and review of childminding, daycare and education services for children under eight. Guidance for local authorities
Scottish Office (1996) A Curriculum Framework for Children in their Pre-School Year -Consultative Draft, Edinburgh: HM Inspector of Schools.
Scottish Office Education and Industry Department (1995) Performance Indicators and Self-Evaluation for Pre-School Centres, Edinburgh: HM Inspector of Schools.
Various (1994) Working Together for Children: The Impact of the Children Act 1989 in Scotland. Conference Report National Steering Group on Services for Children under 8.
Walker, H. (1991) 'Family Centres' in Carter, P., Jeffs, T. and Smith, M. (eds.) Social Work and Social Welfare, Buckingham: Open University Press.
1-6 Children and Disability
Aldridge, J. and Becker, S. (1994) Children Who Care, Loughborough: Loughborough University.
Aldridge, J. and Becker, S. (1995) 'The rights and wrongs of children who care', in B. Franklin (ed.) The Handbook of Children's Rights, London: Routledge.
Baldwin, S. and Carlisle (1994) Social Support for Disabled Children and their Families, London: HMSO.
Beresford, B. (1995) Expert Opinions - a national survey of parents caring for a severely disabled child, London: The Policy Press.
Beresford, B., Sloper, P., Baldwin, S. and Newman, T. (1996) What Works in Services for Families with a Disabled Child, Barkingside: Barnardos.
Department of Health (1995) Young Carers - Something to Think About, London: DOH.
Department of Health (1996) A Practical Guide for Disabled People, London.
Eiser, C. (1993) Growing up with a Chronic Disease: The Impact on Children and their Family, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Gough, D., Li., L. and Wroblewska, A. (1993) Services for Children with a Motor Impairment and Their Families in Scotland, Edinburgh: Scottish Office Education and Home and Health Department.
Hirst, M., and Baldwin, S. (1994) Unequal Opportunities: Growing Up Disabled, Social Policy Research Unit, London: HMSO.
Hirst, M., Parker, G. and Cozens, A. (1991) 'Disabled Young People', in Oliver, M. (Ed.) Social Work: Disabled People and Disabling Environments, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Keith, L. and Morris, J. (1995) 'Easy Targets: a disability rights perspective on the 'children and carers' debate', Critical Social Policy, 44/5, 36-57.
Kennedy, M. (1995) 'Rights for children who are disabled', in Franklin, B. (ed.) The Handbook of Children's Rights, London: Routledge.
Kerr, L. Sutherland, L. and Wilson, J. (1994) A Special Partnership: A Practical Guide for Named Persons and Parents of Children with Special Educational Needs, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Laybourn, A. and Hill, M. (1991) Children with Epilepsy and their Families - Needs and Services, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Laybourn, A. and Hill, M. (1994) 'Children with Epilepsy and their Families: Needs and services.' Child care, health and development, 20, 1-14.
Lewis, A. (1995) Children's Understanding of Disability, London: Routledge.
Lindsay, M., Kohls, M. and Collins, J. (1993) The Patchwork Quilt - A Study of Respite Care Services, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Lyon, C. (1994) Legal issues arising from the care, control and safety of children with learning disabilities who also present severely challenging behaviour, London: Mental Health Foundation.
Marchant, R. and Page, R. (1993) Bridging the Gap: child protection work with children with multiple disabilities, London: NSPCC.
Minkes, J., Robinson, C. and Weston, C. (1994) 'Consulting the children - interviews with children using residential respite care services', Disability & Society, 9, 1, 47-57.
Morris, J. (1995) Gone Missing? - a research and policy review of disabled children living away from home, London: Who Cares Trust.
Morton, S. and Johnson, D. (1996) Children and HlV: Supporting Children and their Families, Edinburgh: HMSO.
National Foster Care Association (1991) Fostering Children with Disabilities, London: NFCA.
Oliver, M. (1993) Social Work: Disabled People and Disabling Environments, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Russell, P. (1991) 'Working with Children with physical disabilities and their families - the social work role', in Oliver, M. (ed.) Social Work: Disabled People and Disabling Environments, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Russell, P. (1993) 'Children with disabilities: a challenge for child protection procedures', in Owen and Pritchard (eds.) Good Practice in child protection - a manual for professionals.
Russell, P. (1995) Positive Choices, London: National Children's Bureau.
Russell, P. (1996) 'Listening to children with disabilities and special educational needs', in Davie, R., Upton, G. and Varma, V. (eds.) The Voice of the Child, London: Falmer Press.
Scottish Office Circular (1992) Children and HIV.
Scottish Office Circular (SOED 4/96) Children and Young Persons with Special Educational Needs - Assessment and Recording.
Seed, P and Montgomery, B. (1989) Towards Independent Living, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Segal, J. and Simkins, J. (1996) Helping Children with Ill or Disabled Parents: A Guide for Parents and Professionals, London: Jessica Kingsley.
SSI and DOH (1994) Service to Disabled Children and their Families. Report of the national inspection of services for disabled children and their families, London: HMSO.
Stalker, K. (ed.) (1996) Developments in Short-term Care, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Vincent, C., Evans, J., Lundt, I. and Young, P. (1994) 'The market forces? The effect of local management of schools on special educational needs provision', British Educational Research Journal, 20, 3, 261-77.
Warr, B. (1990) The Deaf Child in Care, London: BAAF.
1-7 Protecting Children
Asquith, S. (ed.) (1993) Protecting Children Cleveland to Orkney: More Lessons to Learn, Edinburgh: SCAFA/NCB.
Batty, D. and Cullen, D. (eds.) (1996) Child Protection: The Therapeutic Option, London: BAAF.
Bell, C., Conroy, S. and Gibbons, J., (1995) Operating the Child Protection System, London: HMSO.
Birchell, E. and Hallett, C. (1995) Working together in Child Protection, London: HMSO.
Boushel, M. (1994) 'Keeping safe: Strengthening the protective environment of children in foster care', Adoption & Fostering, 18, 1, 33-39.
Brandon, M. and Lewis, A. (1996) 'Significant harm and children's experiences of domestic violence', Child and Family Social Work, 1, 33-42.
Brandon, M., Lewis, A. and Thoburn, J. (1996) 'The Children Act definition of 'significant harm': interpretations in practice', Health and Social Care in the Community, 4, 1, 11-20.
Brearley, C. P. (1982) Risk and Social Work, London: RKP.
Burman, M. and Lloyd, S., (1993) Police Specialist Units for the Investigation of crimes of Violence Against Women and Children in Scotland: Department of Sociology, Edinburgh: Scottish Office, CRU.
Calder, M. C. (1995) 'Child Protection - balancing paternalism and partnership', British Journal of Social Work, 25, 6, 749-766.
Cavanagh, K. and Cree, V. (1995) Working with Men: Feminism and Social Work, London: Routledge.
Cleaver, H. and Freeman, D. (1995) Parental Perspectives in Cases of Suspected Child Abuse, London: HMSO.
Clyde, Lord (1992) The Report of the Inquiry into the Removal of Children from Orkney in February 1991. Return to an Address of the Honourable the House of Commons, 27 October 1992, chaired by Lord Clyde, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Corby, B., (1993) Child Abuse: Towards a Knowledge Base, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Corby, B., Millar, M. and Young, L. (1996) 'Parental participation in child protection work: Rethinking the rhetoric', British Journal of Social Work, 26, 475-492.
Curran, J. (1989) Safeguarders in the Children's Hearings System, Edinburgh: CRU, SWSG Department of Health (1995) Messages from Research, London: HMSO.
Department of Health (1995) National Standards for the Guardian Ad Litem and Reporting Officer Service, DOH Welsh Office.
Devereux, J. A., Jones, D.P.H. and Dickenson, D.L. (1993) 'Can children withhold consent to treatment ?', British Medical Journal, 306, 6890, 1459-1461.
Directors of Social Work in Scotland (1992) Child Protection: Policy, Practice and Procedure: An overview of Child Abuse Issues in Practice in Social Work Departments in Scotland, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Duquette, D. (1993) 'Scottish children's hearings and representation for the child' in Asquith, S. and Hill, M. (eds.) Justice for Children, Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff.
Ennis, J., Williams, B. and Kendrick, A.J. (1995) 'Working with perpetrators of child sexual abuse: issues of social work practice', Child Care in Practice, 2, 1, 60-70.
Farmer, E. and Owen, M. (1995) Child Protection Practice: Private risks and public remedies, London: HMSO.
Gibbons, J. et al. (1995) Development after Physical Abuse Early in Childhood, London: HMSO.
Gillham, B. (1991) The Facts about Child Sexual Abuse, London: Cassell.
Gillham, B. (1994) The Facts about Child Physical Abuse, London: Cassell.
Gough, D. Boddy, M., Dunning, N. and Stone, F. (1987) A Longitudinal Study of Child Abuse in Glasgow, Volume 1: the children who were registered, University of Glasgow: Social Paediatric & Obstetric Research Unit.
Hallett, C. (1995) 'Taking stock: Past developments and future directions in child protection' in Wilson, K. and James, A. (eds.) The Child Protection Handbook, London: Bailiere Tindall.
Hallett, C. (1995) Interagency Coordination in Child Protection, London: HMSO.
Hallett, C . and Birchall, E. (1992) Coordination and Child Protection: A Review of the Literature, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Harvey, J. (1990) Protecting Children from Abuse: An evaluation of Area Review committees, Scottish Office CRU Papers, Edinburgh: CRU.
Hill, M. (1990) 'The manifest and latent lessons of child abuse inquiries'. British Journal of Social Work 20, 197-213.
Kelly, B. and Hill, M. (1994) 'Working together to help children and families', Research, Policy and Planning, 12, 3, 1-5.
Kendrick, A. J. (1994) Fostering Assessment in the Context of Child Sexual Abuse: A Literature Review, Tayside Region Social Work Department, Dundee.
Lloyd, S. and Burman, M. (1996) 'Specialist police units and the joint investigation of child abuse', Child Abuse Review, 5, 4-17.
Lockyer, A. (1994) 'Interests and advocacy: Identifying the role of safeguarders in the Scottish Children's Hearings System'. Children & Society, 8, 1, 55-68.
Marshall, K. (1995) Guidelines for Child Protection for Independent Schools in Scotland, Glasgow.
McGee, C . and Westcott, H. L. (1996) 'System abuse: towards greater understanding from the perspectives of children and parents', Child & Family Social Work, 1, 3, 169-180.
Murray, K. (1995) Live Television Link: An Evaluation of its Use by Child Witnesses in Scottish Criminal Trials, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
National Commission of Inquiry into the Prevention of Child Abuse (1996), Childhood Matters, London: HMSO.
Parton, N. (1991) Governing the Family: Child Care, child protection and the state, London: Macmillan.
Parton, N. (1996) 'Child protection, family support and social work: A critical appraisal of the Department of Health research studies in child protection', Child and Family Social Work, 1, 3-11.
Parton, N. and Otway, O. (1995) 'The contemporary state of child protection policy and practice in England and Wales' Children and Youth Services Review, 17, 5/6, 599-617.
Reder, P. Duncan, S., Gray, M. (1993) Beyond Blame: Child Abuse Tragedies Revisited, London: Routledge.
Richards, M., Payne, C. (1990) Staff Supervision in Child Protection Work, London: NISW
Roberts, J., Taylor, C., Dempster, H., Bonnar, S. and Smith, C. (1993) Sexually abused children and their families, Edinburgh: Child and Family Trust.
Rodger, J. J. (1996) Family Life and Social Control, London: Macmillan.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 19/97) Appointments to Children's Panels: Information on Criminal Convictions.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 20/97) Children Act 1975: Implementation of Sections 66 & 78 - Appointment of Persons to Safeguard the Interests of Children in Proceedings before Children's Hearings and Sheriff Courts.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 22/97) Child Abduction and Custody Act 1985, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Scottish Office (SWSG) (1989) Effective Intervention: Child Abuse, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 13/97) Protection of Children: Disclosure of Criminal Convictions of Those with Access to Children - Local Authorities, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 7/90) Disclosure of Criminal Convictions: Staff Employed in the Operation and Management of Local Authority Residential Establishments for Adults, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Social Services Inspectorate (1995) The Challenge of Partnership in Child Protection: Practice Guide, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Stafford, A. and Asquith, S. (1992) The Witness in the Scottish Criminal Justice System, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Stone, F. (ed.), (1989) Child Abuse: A Scottish Experience, London: British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering.
Thoburn, J., Lewis, A. and Shemmings, D. (1995) Paternalism or Partnership? Family Involvement in the Child Protection Process, London: HMSO.
Thorpe, D. (1995) Evaluating Child Protection Programmes, Lancaster: Lancaster University.
Waterhouse, L., (ed.) (1993) Child Abuse and Child Abusers: Protection and Prevention, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Waterhouse, L. and Dobash, R. (1993) Child Sexual Abusers, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Waterhouse, L., Dobash, R. P. and Carnie, J. (1994) Child Sexual Abusers, Edinburgh: Scottish Office Central Research Unit.
Waterhouse, L. and McGhee, J. (1996) 'Families, social workers' and police perspectives on child abuse investigations', in Hill, M. and Aldgate, J. (eds.) Child Welfare Services, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Westcott, H. L. (1995) 'Perceptions of child protection casework: views from children, parents and practitioners', in Cloke, C. and Davies, M. (eds.) Participation and Empowerment in Child Protection, London: Pitman.
Westcott, H. L. and Davies, G. M. (1996) 'Sexually abused children's and young people's perspectives on investigative interviews', British Journal of Social Work, 26, 451-474.
Wilson, K. and James, A. (1995) The Child Protection Handbook, London: Bailliere Tindall.
Working Party Report (1995) Exclusion of Alleged Abusers, Edinburgh: British Association of Social Workers (BASW) Scotland.
1-8 Short-Term Refuges for Children at Risk of Harm
Newman, C. (1989) Young Runaways - findings from Britain's first safe house, London: The Children's Society.
Rees, G. (1993) Hidden Truths - young people's experiences of running away, London: The Children's Society.
Stein, M., Rees, G. and Frost, N. (1994) Running the Risk - young people on the streets of Britain today, London: The Children's Society.
Swanson, M. (1988) 'Preventing reception into care: Monitoring a short-stay refuge for older children', in Freeman, I. and Montgomery, S. (eds.) Child Care: Monitoring Practice, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press.

VOL. 2 CHILDREN LOOKED AFTER BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES
2-1 Children Looked After by Local Authorities
Adler, R. and Darling, A. (1986) 'Children's rights: A Scottish perspective', in Franklin, B. (ed.) The Rights of Children, Oxford: Blackwell.
Buchanan, A. (1995) 'Young people's views on being looked after in out-of-home care under The Children Act 1989', Children and Youth Services Review, 17, 5-6, 681-696.
Cleaver, H. (1996) Focus on Teenagers, London: Department of Health.
Department of Health (1991) Care Management and Assessment: Manager's and Practitioner's Guides, London: HMSO.
Department of Health (1991) Patterns and Outcomes in Child Placement, London: HMSO.
Fletcher-Campbell, F. and Hall, C. (1990) Changing Schools? Changing People? A study of the Education of Children in Care, Windsor: National Foundation for Educational Research.
Freeman, I., Morrison, A., Lockhart, F. and Swanson, M. (1996) 'Consulting service users: The views of young people', in Hill, J. and Aldgate, J. (eds.) Child Welfare Services, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Kendrick, A. and Mapstone, E. (1992) Social Work Department Reviews of Children in Care, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Kendrick, A. J. and Mapstone, E. L. G. (1992) 'Reviewing practice in two Scottish Social Work Departments', in Batty, D. and Robson, J. (eds.) Statutory Reviews in Practice: A Workbook, London: BAAF.
Kosonen, M. (1996) 'Maintaining sibling relationships - neglected dimension in child care practice', British Journal of Social Work, 26, 809-822.
Phillips, M. and Worlock, D. (1996) 'A big step forward for children and foster carers: Implementing the Looked After Children System in RBKC', Adoption & Fostering, 20,4, 42-48.
Rowe, J., Hundleby, M. and Garnett, L. (1989) Child Care Now, London: BAAF
Sellick, C. and Thoburn, J. (1996) What Works in Family Placement, Barkingside: Barnardos.
Sinclair, R., Garnett, L. and Berridge, D. (1995) Social Work Assessment with Adolescents, London: National Children's Bureau.
Sinclair, R., Grimshaw, R. and Garnett, L. (1994) 'The Education of Children in Need: the impact of the Education Reform Act 1988, The Education Act 1993 and the Children Act 1989', Oxford Review of Education, 20, 3, 281-292.
Triseliotis, J., Boriand, M., Hill, M. and Lambert, L. (1995) Teenagers and the Social Work Services, London: HMSO.
Ward, H. (ed.) (1995) Looking After Children: Research into Practice, London: HMSO.
2-2 Home Supervision
Adler, R. M. (1985) Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously, Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.
Aldgate, J. (ed.) (1989) Using Written Agreements with Children and Families, London: Family Rights Group.
Aldgate, J. and Simmonds, J. (ed.) (1988) Direct Work with Children, London: Batsford.
Anderson, S. and Leitch, S. (1996) Main Findings from the 1993 Scottish Crime Survey, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Andrews, D.A., Bonita, J. and Hoge, R. D. (1990) 'Classification for effective rehabilitation: rediscovering psychology', Criminal Justice and Behaviour, 17, 1, 19-52.
Asquith, S. (ed.) (1996) Children and Young People in Conflict with the Law, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Asquith, S. (1982) Children and Justice, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Asquith, S. (1992) 'Coming of age: 21 years of the children's hearings system', in C. Paterson and D. McCrone (eds.) Scottish Government Yearbook 1992, Edinburgh: Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland.
Asquith, S. and Samuel, E. (1994) Criminal Justice and Related Services for Young Adult Offenders: A Review, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office, CRU, HMSO.
Colton, M., Drury, C. and Williams, M. (1995) Children in Need: Support under the Children Act 1989, Aldershot: Avebury.
Curran, J. (1989) Safeguarders in the Children's Hearings System, Edinburgh: CRU, SWSG.
Department of Health (1995) Child Protection Messages from Research, London: HMSO.
Department of Health (1995) National Standards for the Guardian Ad Litem and Reporting Officer Service, DOH/Welsh Office.
Department of Health (1996) Implementing National Standards: A Guide through Quality Assurance for the Guardian Service, London: Department of Health.
Duquette, D. (1993) 'Scottish children's hearings and representation for the child' in Asquith, S. and Hill, M. (eds.) Justice for Children, Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff.
Fahberg, V. (1988) Fitting the pieces Together, London: BAAF.
Farrington, D. (1993) 'Juvenile Delinquency', in Coleman, J. (ed.), The School Years, London: Routledge.
Finlayson, A. F., (1992) Reporters to the Children's Panels: Their Role, Functions and Accountability, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Freeman, I., Morrison, A., Lockhart, F. and Swanson, M. (1996) 'Consulting service users: The views of young people', in Hill, J. and Aldgate, J. (eds.) Child Welfare Services, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Gendreau, P. and Ross, R. (1987) 'Revivification and rehabilitation: evidence from the 1980s', Justice Quarterly, 4, 3. September, 349-407.
Gill, K. and Pickles, T. (eds.) (1989) Active Collaboration: Joint Practice and Youth Strategies, Glasgow: ITRC.
Hagell, A. and Newburn, T. (1994) The Persistent Offender, London: Policy Studies Institute.
Hayden, C., Sheppard, C. and Ward, D. (1996) 'Primary exclusions - Evidence for action', Educational Research, 38, 2, 213-225.
Holman, B. (1996) Children & Crime. Brighton: Lion Publishing.
Hutton, N. (1991) The Location of Alcohol Use by Young People - A Review of the Literature, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU
Kearney, B. (1992) The Report of the Inquiry into Child Care Policies in Fife. Return to an Address of the Honourable the House of Commons, 27 October 1992, chaired by Sheriff Kearney, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Kelly, A. (1996) Introduction to the Scottish Children's Panel, Winchester: Waterside Press.
Kendrick, A. J. and Rioch, C. (1995) 'Knowing the back roads: rural social work with troubled young people', Youth & Policy, 51, 46-57.
King, M. (1994) 'Law's healing of children's hearings: the paradox moves north', Journal of Social Policy, 24, 3, 315-340.
Lloyd, G. (ed.) (1992) Chosen with Care?: Responses to Disturbing and Disruptive Behaviour (A Scottish Perspective) Volume 2, Edinburgh: Moray House Publications.
Lockyer, A. (1988) 'Study of children's hearings: Disposals in relation to resources , Edinburgh: Children's Panel Chairmen's Group.
Lockyer, A. (1994) 'Interests and advocacy: Identifying the role of safeguarders in the Scottish Children's Hearings System', Children & Society, 8, 1, 55-68.
Lockyer, A. and Stone, F. (eds.) (forthcoming 1997) Juvenile Justice in Scotland: 25 years of the Welfare Approach, Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark.
Lockyer, A. and Wilkinson, D. (1992) Citizens Serving Children, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Martin, F. M. and Murray, K . (1982) The Scottish Juvenile Justice System, Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.
Mays, R. (1995) 'Children's Hearings and the Children (Scotland) Act 1995', Scottish Law Gazette, 63, 4, 172-175.
McGhee, J., Waterhouse, L. and Whyte, B. (1996) 'Children's Hearings and children in trouble', in Asquith, S. (ed.) Children and Young People in Conflict with the Law, London: Jessica Kingsley.
McGuire, J. (ed.) (1995) What Works: Research and Practice on the Reduction of Re-Offending, Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.
Normand, A. (1996) 'The Scottish System', in Brown, S. and Nicholson, G. (eds.) Children Who Kill, Winchester: Waterside Press.
Renshaw, J. and Perfect, M. (1996) Misspent Youth, London: Audit Commission.
Richards, M., Payne, C. (1990) Staff Supervision in Child Protection Work, London: NISW.
Robertson, A. and McClintock, D. (1996) 'The community based alternative: Intermediate treatment for young offenders', in Asquith, S. (ed.) Children and Young People in Conflict with the Law, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Ross, R., and Fabiano, E. (1985) Time to Think: A Cognitive Model of Delinquency Prevention and Offender Rehabilitation, Johnson City: Institute of Social Sciences and Arts.
Samuel, E. and Tisdall, K . (1996) 'Female offenders in Scotland: Implications for theory', in Asquith, S. (ed.) Children and Young People in Conflict with the Law, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Schaffer, M. (1992) 'Children's Hearings', in Lloyd, G. (ed.) Chosen with Care? Responses to Disturbing and Disruptive Behaviour, Edinburgh: Moray House Publications.
Scottish Association for the Study of Delinquency (1993) Offenders aged 16 to 18: Report of a Working Party, Edinburgh.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 16/97) Training of Children's Panel Members, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 17/97) Children's Panels: Appointments and Reappointments, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 18/97) Children 's Panels: Appointments and Related Matters, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 19/97) Appointments to Children's Panels: Information on Criminal Convictions, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Sheldon, B. (1994) 'Social work effectiveness research: Implications for probation and juvenile justice services', Howard Journal, 33, 218-235.
Stafford, A. and Asquith, S. (1992) The Witness in the Scottish Criminal Justice System, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Triseliotis, J., Borland, M., Hill., M. and Lambert, L. (1995) Teenagers and the Social Work Services, London: HMSO.
Veitch, W. (1995) 'Rights and the Children's Hearing System: The perceptions of five participant groups', Children & Society, 9, 3, 99-120.
2-3 Fostering Services
Aldgate, J., Bradley, M. and Hawley, D. (1996) 'Respite accommodation: A case study of partnership under the Children Act 1989', in M. Hill and J. Aldgate (eds.) Child Welfare Services, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Ames Reed, J. (1994) 'We live here too: Birth children's perspectives on fostering someone with learning difficulties', Children & Society, 8, 2, 164-173.
Berridge, D. (1994) 'Foster and residential care reassessed: A research perspective', Children & Society, 8, 2.
Bilson, A. and Barker, R. (1995) 'Parental contact with children fostered and in residential care after the Children Act 1989', British Journal of Social Work, 25, 3, 367-381.
Bradley, M. and Aldgate, J. (1994) 'Short-term family based care for children in need', Adoption & Fostering, 18, 4, 24-29.
Charles, M., Rashid, S. and Thoburn, J. (1992) 'The placement of black children with permanent new families', Adoption & Fostering, 16, 3, 13-18.
Cliffe, D. with Berridge, D. (1992) Closing Children's Homes, London: National Children's Bureau.
Colton, M. and Hellinckx, W. (1994) 'Residential and foster care in the European Community: Current trends in policy and practice', British Journal of Social Work, 24, 559-576.
Fletcher, B. (1993) Not Just a Name: the views of young people in residential and foster care, London: National Consumer Council.
Hill, M., Tisdall, K. and Murray, K. (1997) 'Services for children and their families' in J. English (ed.) Social Services in Scotland, Edinburgh: Mercat Press.
Hill, M., Triseliotis, J., Borland, M. and Lambert, L. (1996) 'Fostering adolescents in Britain: Outcomes and processes' Community Alternatives, 8, 1, 77-94.
Hindle, D. (1995) 'Thinking about siblings who are fostered together', Adoption & Fostering, 19, 1, 14-20.
Jones, G. (1995) Independent Fostering Agencies, London: SSI.
National Foster Care Association (1991) Fostering Children with Disabilities, London: NFCA.
Part, D. (1993) 'Fostering as seen by the carers' children', Adoption & Fostering, 17, 1, 26-30.
Phillips, M. and Worlock, D. (1996) 'A big step forward for children and foster carers: Implementing the Looked After Children System, in RBKC' , Adoption & Fostering, 20, 4.
Ramsay, D. (1996) 'Recruiting and retaining foster carers: implications of a professional service in Fife', Adoption & Fostering, 20, 1, 42-46.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 23/97) Foster Children (Scotland) Act 1984, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 24/97) The Foster Children (Private Fostering) (Scotland) Regulations 1985, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Sellick, C. (1992) Supporting Short-Term Foster Carers, Aldershot: Averbury.
Sellick, C. and Thoburn, J. (1996) What Works in Family Placement, Barkingside: Barnardos.
Stone, J. (1995) Making Positive Moves: Developing short- term fostering services, London: BAAF.
Triseliotis, J. (1991) Adoption and Fostering - The Outcome of Permanent Family Placements in Two Scottish Local Authorities, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office, CRU.
Triseliotis, T., Borland, M. and Lambert, L. (1995) Teenagers and the Social Work Services, London: HMSO.
Triseliotis, J., Sellick, C. and Short, R. (1995) Foster Care, London: Batsford.
2-4 Residential Care
Action for Sick Children - The Welfare of Children and Young People in Hospital, Edinburgh: Action for Sick Children.
Baldwin, N. (1990) The Power to Care in Children's Homes, Aldershot: Gower.
Bell, L. (1997) 'The physical restraint of young people', Child and Family Social Work, 2, 1, 37-47.
Berridge, D. (1994) 'Foster and residential care reassessed: A research perspective', Children & Society, 8, 2.
Berridge, D. (1996) 'Residential care in England and Wales; The Inquiries and After', in Hill, M. and Aldgate, J. (eds.) Child Welfare Services, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Bilson, A. and Barker, R. (1995) 'Parental contact with children fostered and in residential care after the Children Act 1989', British Journal of Social Work, 25, 3, 367-381.
Cliffe, D. with Berridge, D. (1992) Closing Children's Homes, London: National Children's Bureau.
Colton, M. and Hellinckx, W. (1994) 'Residential and foster care in the European Community: Current trends in policy and practice', British Journal of Social Work, 24, 559-576.
Dimmock, B. (1993) Working with Troubled and Troublesome Young People in Residential Settings, London: DOH.
Fletcher, B. (1993) Not Just a Name: the views of young people in residential and foster care, London: National Consumer Council.
Gottesman, M. (1991) (ed.) Residential Child Care: An International Reader, London: Whiting and Birch.
Gottesman, M. (1994) (ed.) Recent Changes and New Trends in Extrafamilal Child Care, London: Whiting and Birch.
Health and Safety Executive (1993) Health and Safety in Residential Care Homes.
Hill, M., Tisdall, K. and Murray, K . (1997) 'Services for Children and their Families' in J. English (ed.) Social Services in Scotland, Edinburgh: Mercat Press.
HMSO (1992) Warner Report 'Choosing with Care', London: HMSO.
Kahan, B. (1993) 'Children living away from home', in Pugh, G. (1993) 30 Years of Change for Children, London: National Children's Bureau.
Kahan, B. (1994) Growing up in Groups. National Institute for Social Work, HMSO.
Kendrick, A. (1995) Residential Care in the Integration of Child Care Services, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Kendrick, A., Fraser, S., Borland, M. and Harvey, J. (1992) The Review of Residential Child Care in Scotland - The Three Supporting Research Studies, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Lindsay, M., Kohls, M. and Collins, J. (1993) The Patchwork Quilt - A Study of Respite Care Services, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Marshall, K. (1995) Guidelines for Child Protection for Independent Schools in Scotland, Glasgow.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 102/83) Draft Guide to Fire Precautions in Existing Residential Care Premises.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 7/90) Disclosure of Criminal Convictions: Staff Employed in the Operation and Management of Local Authority Residential Establishments for Adults, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 9/90) Community Care: Inspection of Establishments, Organisation and Role of Inspection Units, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 7/96) Local Inspection of Residential and Day Care Services, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Skinner, A., (1992) Another Kind of Home: A Review of Residential Child Care, Social Work Services Inspectorate, Edinburgh: HMSO.
SWSI (1996), Taking Care, Taking Control, UK Training Package, Edinburgh: SWSI.
Triseliotis, J., Borland, M., Hill, M. and Lambert, L. (1995) Teenagers and the Social Work Services, London: HMSO.
Vernon, T. (1991) En route to Secure Accommodation, London: National Children's Bureau.
2-5 Registration and Inspection of Certain Residential Schools
Borland, B. (1996) Review of Statements of Functions and Objectives in Residential Care, Edinburgh: Social Work Services Inspectorate.
Kendrick, A. (1995) Residential Care in the Integration of Child Care Services, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Marshall, K. (1995) Guidelines on Child Protection prepared for Independent Schools in Scotland.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 3/90) Disclosure of Criminal Convictions: Proprietors and Persons Employed in the Management of Establishments Registerable under Part IV of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Skinner, A., (1992) Another Kind of Home: A Review of Residential Child Care, Social Work Services Inspectorate, Edinburgh: HMSO.
SOED Circular (KWJ/2/7) (1992) Arrangements for checking possible criminal background of prospective employees, Edinburgh: HMSO.
2-6 Secure Accommodation
DOH/SWSI Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995, Edinburgh: HMSO.
DOH/SWSI (1996) Taking Care, Taking Control, UK Training Package, Edinburgh: SWSI.
Harris, R. and Timms, N. (1993) 'Children in secure accommodation', British Journal of Social Work, 23, 597-612.
Harris, R. and Timms, N. (1993) Secure Accommodation in Child Care: Between Hospital and Prison or Thereabouts, London: Routledge.
Kelly, B. (1992) Children Inside: A Study of Secure Provision, London: Routledge.
Littlewood, P. (1996) 'Secure Units', in Asquith, A. (ed.) Children and Young People in Conflict with the Law, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Scottish Office Circular (SWSG 25/97) Residential Child Care: Secure Accommodation -Inspection - Responsibilities on Local Authorities, Edinburgh: HMSO.
Vernon, J. (1991) En route to Secure Accommodation, London: National Children's Bureau.
2-7 Throughcare and Aftercare
Bannister, J., Dell, M., Donnison, D., Fitzpatrick, S. and Taylor, R. (1993) Homeless Young People in Scotland. A Report by the University of Glasgow to The Scottish Office, HMSO.
Biehal, N. M. Clayden, J. Stein, M. and Wade, J. (1995) Moving On: Young People and leaving care schemes, London: HMSO.
Bullock, R., Little, M. and Millham, S. (1993) Going Home, Aldershot: Dartmouth.
Cowan, D. S. and Fionda, J. 'Meeting the need - The response of local authorities housing departments to the housing of ex-offenders', British Journal of Criminology, 34, 4, 444- 458.
Farmer, E. (1993) 'Going home - what makes reunification work?', in Marsh, P. and Triseliotis, J. (eds.) Prevention and Reunification in Child Care, London: Batsford.
Farmer, E. and Parker, R. (1991) Trials and Tribulations, London: HMSO.
Garnett, L. (1992) Leaving Care and After, London: NCB.
Scottish Association for the Study of Delinquency (1993) Offenders aged l6 to 18: Report of a Working Party, Edinburgh.
Triseliotis, J., Borland, M., Hill, M. and Lambert, L. (1995) Teenagers and the Social Work Services, London: HMSO.

VOL. 3 ADOPTION AND PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES ORDERS
3.1 Adoption
Borland, M., O'Hara, G. and Triseliotis, J. (1991) 'Placement outcomes for children with special needs', Adoption & Fostering, 15, 2, 18-27.
Brodzinsky, D. and Schechter, M. D. (1990) (eds.) The Psychology of Adoption, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Burniell, A. and Briggs, A. (1995) 'The next generation of post-placement and post-adoption services: a complementary contract approach', Adoption & Fostering, 19, 3, 6-10.
Charles, M., Rashid, S. and Thoburn, J. (1992) 'The placement of black children with permanent new families', Adoption & Fostering, 16, 3, 13-18.
France, E. (1990) International Perspectives Background Paper No.1 to the Interdepartmental Review of Adoption Law, London: Department of Health.
Fratter, J. (1996) Adoption with Contact, London: BAAF.
Fratter, J., Rowe, J., Sapsford, D. and Thoburn, J. (1991) Permanent Family Placement: A Decade of Experience, London: BAAF.
Heywood, S. (1990) 'Putting same-race placement policy into practice', Adoption & Fostering, 14, 2, 9-10.
Hill, M., Lambert, L. and Triseliotis, J. (1989), Achieving Adoption with Love and Money, London: National Children's Bureau.
Howe, D. (1995) 'Adoption and attachment', Adoption & Fostering, 19, 4, 7-15.
Howe, D. (1996) Adopters on Adoption, London: BAAF.
Hughes, B. (1995) 'Openness and contact in adoption: A child-centred perspective', The British Journal of Social Work, 25, 729-47.
Jones, L. (1996) For Children's Sake: An SSI Inspection of Local Authority Adoption Services, London: SSI.
Lambert, L., Borland, M., Hill, M. and Triseliotis, J. (1992) 'Using contact registers in adoption searches', Adoption & Fostering, 16, 1, 42-45.
Lambert, L., Buist, M., Triseliotis, J. and Hill, M. (1990) Freeing Children For Adoption, London: BAAF.
Logan, J. and Hughes, B. (1995) The agenda for post-adoption services, Adoption & Fostering, 19, 1, 34-36.
McGhee, J. (1995) 'Consumers' views of a post-placement support service', Adoption & Fostering, 19, 1, 41-46.
McNeil, P. (1986) Adoption of Children in Scotland, Edinburgh: Butterworths.
McWhinnie, A. and Smith, J. (eds.) (1994) Current Human Dilemmas in Adoption, Dundee: University of Dundee.
Murch, M., Lowe, N., Borkowski, M., Copner, R. and Grew, K. (1993) Pathways to Adoption, London: HMSO.
Paterson, L. (Abridged by M. Hill) (1994) Opening and Reopening Adoption - Views From Adoptive Families, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office CRU.
Phillips, R. (1992) 'The role of social work departments in stepparent adoptions', Adoption & Fostering, 16, 2, 16-21.
Phillips, R. (1995) 'Adopted children's identity and information needs', Children & Society, 9, 3, 41-64.
Phillips, R. and McWilliam, E. (eds.) (1996) After Adoption: Working with adoptive families, London: BAAF.
Ryburn, M. (1994) Open Adoption: Research, Theory and Practice, Aldershot: Avebury.
Ryburn, M. (ed.) (1994) Contested Adoption: Research, Law, Policy and Practice, Aldershot: Arena.
Scottish Office (1993) Review of Adoption Law Scotland (1993), Social Work Services Group, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Scottish Office (1993) The Future of Adoption Law in Scotland, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Selman, P. (1993) 'Services for intercountry adoption in the UK: some lessons from Europe' Adoption & Fostering, 19, 3, 14-19.
Selwyn, J. (1996) "Ascertaining children's wishes and feelings in relation to adoption", Adoption & Fostering, 20, 3, 14-20.
Small, J. (1991) 'Ethnic and racial identity in adoption within the United Kingdom', Adoption & Fostering, 15, 4, 61-68.
Stone, S. (1994) 'Contact between adoptees and birth parents: the Strathclyde experience', Adoption & Fostering, 18, 2, 36-38.
Thoburn, J. (1990) Review of Research Relating to Adoption, Background Paper No. 2 to the Interdepartmental Review of Adoption Law, London: Department of Health.
Thomson, J. (1996) 'Adoption: the new law: Part I', Scottish Law Gazette, 64, 3.
Triseliotis, J., (1991) 'Inter-country adoption: A brief overview of the research evidence', Adoption & Fostering, 15, 4, 46-52.
Triseliotis, J., (1991) Adoption and Fostering - The Outcome of Permanent Family Placements in Two Scottish Local Authorities, Edinburgh: The Scottish Office, CRU.
Triseliotis, J., (1991) Adoption Services in Scotland, Edinburgh: Scottish Office Central Research Unit Paper.
Triseliotis, J., (1995) 'Adoption - evolution or revolution', Adoption & Fostering, 19, 2, 37-44.
Triseliotis, J., Shireman, J. and Hundleby (1997) Adoption: Theory, Policy and Practice, London: Cassell.
3.2 Parental Responsibilities Orders
Eekelaar, J. (1991) 'Parental responsibility: State of nature or nature of the state', Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 37-50.
Norrie, K. (1996) 'Parental responsibilities and parental rights agreements', SCOLAG, 235, 94-95.
Thomson, J. (1995) 'Parental responsibilities and rights - Section 11 orders', Scottish Law Gazette, 63, 4, 161-164.
Wilkinson, A. B. and Norris, K. McK. (1993) Parent and Child, Edinburgh: W Green/Sweet and Maxwell.