Critical Race Studies

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The Construction of Racial Identity in Children of Mixed Parentage

Mixed Metaphors

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This book is a major contribution to the literature on race, identity and child development, and offers a radically new way of looking at some of these issues. Based on intensive research on interracial families, the book reviews the previous literature relating to racial identity development, and shows it to be based on flawed assumptions.

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Bulgarian Folk Customs

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This comprehensive exploration of Bulgarian traditions, beliefs and lifestyles provides a wealth of information available for the first time in English. Folk customs sustain a community and promote the welfare of the individual within it, and in Bulgarian these customs have fulfilled many needs, strengthening, educating and celebrating.

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Meeting the Needs of Ethnic Minority Children - Including Refugee, Black and Mixed Parentage Children

A Handbook for Professionals

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Experts from a variety of disciplines contribute to this substantially revised edition of this popular handbook - new chapters are included on identity work and refugee children. Offering practical guidance based on sound research and practice, the book provides a focus on some of the most difficult and topical aspects of this field of work.

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Race, Culture and Ethnicity in Secure Psychiatric Practice

Working with Difference

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

The book provides essential information and analysis which exposes society's view of minorities and the influence these views may have on care professionals working in psychiatric and criminal justice systems. It suggests practical steps for improvement to ensure a more equitable and culturally sensitive service provision.

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Permanent Family Placement for Children of Minority Ethnic Origin

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This book is based on the life accounts of 244 children of minority ethnic origin who were placed with predominantly white foster carers and adopters. The book provides a most interesting overview of the decision-making and planning processes that shape the placement in care of children of minority ethnic origin in the UK.

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Understanding Difference

The meaning of ethnicity for young lives

Jessica Kingsley Publishers, National Children's Bureau

This book brings together wide-ranging evidence to offer a better understanding of ethnicity and its meaning for young people

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Faith, Stories and the Experience of Black Elders

Singing the Lord's Song in a Strange Land

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Working through oral traditions, this book illustrates the importance of spirituality and the family in African-Caribbean culture. The author shows how inter-generational conversations, where elders share personal experiences and reflections from their life, educate the younger generation and contribute to their sense of identity.

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'Race', Housing and Social Exclusion

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

The contributors analyse the implications of social exclusion, offering suggestions for good practice in the allocation of housing for black and other ethnic minority groups. This book shows how racism and the shortage of housing workers from black and other ethnic minorities constrain the choices available to these groups.

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Social Work, Immigration and Asylum

Debates, Dilemmas and Ethical Issues for Social Work and Social Care Practice

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

The practical and ethical challenges facing human service professionals working with refugees, asylum seekers and other people subject to immigration controls are discussed in this book. The contributors explore the tensions that exist between anti-oppressive values and the role professionals increasingly play as 'gate keepers' to services.

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Mental Health Services for Minority Ethnic Children and Adolescents

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

The authors consider how ethnicity is defined, and how the field of mental health has developed in the West according to Western concepts of health and well-being, and show how an understanding of the key practice issues and policy and academic debates can enable professionals to develop and fine-tune their cultural competence.

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