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Christmas Day in the National Archives: a review of Roy Parkers Change and Continuity in Childrens Services

Christmas Day in the National Archives: a review of Roy Parker's Change and Continuity in Children's Services

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Time for a change - A review of Fostering Now and other programmes of research on children in need - Michael Little

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Some children matter more than others - issues prompted by Roy Parkers study of the shipment of poor children to Canada between 1867 and 1917 - Michael Little

Some children matter more than others - issues prompted by Roy Parker's study of the shipment of poor children to Canada between 1867 and 1917 - Michael Little

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Looked after children - Can existing services ever succeed - Michael Little

Looked after children - Can existing services ever succeed? - Michael Little

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Looked After Children - Can existing services ever succeed - A different view - Ian Sinclair

Looked After Children - Can existing services ever succeed?  A different view - Ian Sinclair

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Can looked after children be considered as socially excluded - Nick Axford

Can looked after children be considered as socially excluded? - Nick Axford

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Can the corporate state parent - Roger Bullock, Mark Courtney, Roy Parker, Ian Sinclair and June Thoburn

Can the corporate state parent? - Roger Bullock, Mark Courtney, Roy Parker, Ian Sinclair and June Thoburn

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Character education - Roger Bullock

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A historical review of the concept of severe and multiple disadvantage and of responses to it. - Roy Parker and Roger Bullock

A historical review of the concept of severe and multiple disadvantage and of responses to it - Roy Parker and Roger Bullock

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Tokens at the Coram (Foundling Museum, London) - Roy Parker

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