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Learning from Baby P: The politics of blame, fear and denial

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by Sharon Shoesmith
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Learning from Baby P: The politics of blame, fear and denial by Sharon Shoesmith

Sharon Shoesmith was Director of Children's Services for Haringey in 2007 at the time of the death of Peter Connelly, also known as 'Baby P'. In Learning from Baby P, she carries out a dispassionate analysis of the events which followed Peter Connelly's death, documenting the responses of the media, politicians and the public. She explores the psychological and emotional responses we share when faced with such horrifying cases of familial child homicide, and how a climate of fear and blame which follows such tragedies can lead to negative consequences for other children at risk of harm, and for the social workers striving to protect them. Learning from Baby P is a thought-provoking book which aims to deepen understanding and shed light on the difficult relationship between politics, the media and child protection.

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Pages: 288
Size: 901 KB
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 2370007567140 (DRM-EPUB)
9781784502386 (DRM-PDF)

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