Hearing the Voices of Children

Author: Christine Hallett
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134474989
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Hearing the Voices of Children provides a fresh perspective on social policy. At the heart of the book is the emergence of 'children's voices' and the implications of this for social policy. The authors argue that children's voices should be heard much more strongly in the process of policy formation at all levels. Although there is growing support for this idea, it is not without opposition, and the authors themselves make many critical points about the current attempts to put it into practice. The book is divided into four main themes: hearing children's voices; discourses of childhood; children and services; and resources for children. Childhood experts from the UK, Scandinavia, Germany and Australia, examine how assumptions and models about childhood and discuss ways in which children's voices might become more influential in shaping policy. There are many obstacles to overcome, but the contributors to this volume show that children's participation is possible, and needed, if services are to be improved. This book is essential reading for students and academics in the field of childhood studies, sociology, social policy and education. It will also be of interest to practitioners in the social, child and youth services.

Hearing the Voices of Children and Youth

Author: British Columbia. Representative for Children and Youth
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When it comes to resolving complaints, children and youth, particularly those living outside the parental home, have unique needs. Like clients of any organization, young people receiving services from the government need to have a say in decisions that affect them. They need to be able to express concerns about the services they receive or believe they should be receiving and know their concerns will be carefully considered and responded to in a timely and appropriate manner. They need to know they have the right to complain, that it's okay to complain and there are processes in place for them to do so.

Hearing the Voices of Children in Alberta Family Proceedings

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The present project focused on two mechanisms for allowing the voice of the child to be heard in family cases in Alberta: providing legal counsel for the child and conducting judicial interviews with children to ascertain their views and wishes.

Children Hearing Voices

Author: Sandra Escher
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781906254353
Format: PDF, Docs
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Escher and Romme have over 25 years experience of working with voice-hearers, pioneering the theory and practice of accepting and working with the meaning in voices. The content is largely derived from a three-year study amongst 80 young people who have experiences of hearing voices. A unique book for those who don’t accept the disease model of voice-hearing.

Hearing the Voices of Jonestown

Author: Mary McCormick Maaga
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815605157
Format: PDF, Mobi
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When over 900 followers of the People's Temple religious movement committed suicide in 1978, they left a legacy of suspicion and fear. Most accounts of this mass suicide describe the members as brainwashed dupes and overlook the Christian and socialist ideals that originally inspired People's Temple members. Hearing the Voices of Jonestown restores the individual voices that have been erased, so that we can better understand what was created - and destroyed - at Jonestown, and why.

Whisper

Author: Mark Batterson
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: 0735291098
Format: PDF, ePub
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The best-selling author of Circle Maker, which helped over 2 million people learn to talk to God, now helps readers learn how to listen to God. The voice that spoke the cosmos into existence is the same voice that parted the Red sea, and made the sun stand still in the midday sky. One day, this voice will make all things new, but it’s also speaking to you now! That voice is God’s voice, and what we’ve learned from Scripture is that He often speaks in a whisper. Not to make it difficult to hear Him, but to draw us close. Many people have a tough time believing God still speaks. Sure, in ancient times and in mysterious ways, God spoke to His people, but is He still speaking now? Mark Batterson certainly believes so. And he wants to introduce you to the seven love languages of God; each of them unique and entirely divine. Some of them you might suspect but others will surprise you. By learning to tune in to and decipher each language, you’ll be able to hear His guidance in simple as well as life-altering choices. God is actively speaking through: Scripture, Desires, Doors, Dreams, People, Promptings, and Pain. Batterson gives you the tools you need to unlock each of these languages. God’s whisper can answer your most burning questions, calm your deepest fears, and fulfill your loftiest dreams. Discover how simple it is to hear God’s voice in every aspect of your life! He’s speaking, make sure you know how to listen!

The Voice of a Child in Family Law Disputes

Author: Patrick Parkinson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199237794
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Is it better to keep children out of family law conflicts about parenting, or to give them a say? This book integrates the issues with empirical data on the views and experiences of children and other participants in such disputes, suggesting ways that children can better be heard without placing them at the centre of conflicts.