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By Gerald Lieberman

Few issues boost a speech larger than a well-chosen citation, and during this e-book you will find anything for each subject and each celebration. even if you are after the knowledge of the a while or a zingy wisecrack on any topic from skill to Zoo, it really is right here, prepared alphabetically for simple reference. a significant reference and a satisfaction simply to flick thru to boot.

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There were other examples in the study of the way that certain norms adopted by statutory workers acted strategically to ensure that responsibility remained with other agencies. What is commonly known as the ‘duty’ system,7 referred to earlier, is one example of this. As the earlier part of this chapter inferred, each day, in the area where the research was conducted, a social worker was ‘on duty’ to receive referrals and take telephone calls from outside professionals and members of the public.

On the basis of that interview, which elicited little new information about the actual event, the social worker decided to take no further action. Mrs A, according to the worker, ‘presented as interested and concerned about her child’, and apparently by inference, was protective of her. This seemed to satisfy the duty social worker, though in fact Mrs A’s ‘protectiveness’ of her own child had never been in doubt. During their conversation, the concern associated with the ‘other’ child seemed to have diminished, though the alleged facts were essentially the same.

1997). ‘CONSTRUCTING’ CHILD ABUSE / 49 Cultural relativism in operation These findings suggest that reports about families who were previously known to the social work team in Ballyowen were likely to be ‘endorsed’ as child abuse, and re-investigated, if they concerned sexual abuse or highly visible neglect, or physical abuse where there were strong reasons to suspect it was non-accidental. The active involvement of agencies outside the statutory system also appeared to precipitate the categorisation of the concern as ‘abuse’, reflecting a process termed ‘failure of agency containment’, a phrase originally coined by Dingwall et al.

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