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Blame, Culture and Child Protection.

By: Leigh, Jadwiga.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (257 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137470096.Subject(s): Social serviceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Blame, Culture and Child ProtectionDDC classification: 362.70941 LOC classification: H1-970.9Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
"Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "List of Tables" -- "1: Introduction" -- " Becoming a Social Worker" -- " Why This? Why Now? And Why Use Belgium as a Point of Comparison?" -- "Bibliography" -- "2: The Process of Professionalisation" -- " The Nature of Profession" -- " Defensive Techniques of Professions" -- " Drawing from Theoretical Concepts" -- " Erving Goffman: The Dramaturgical and Interaction Ritual Perspective" -- " The Inauguration of Child Protection Social Work in England" -- " The Emergence of a Defensive, Blame Culture" -- " The Flemish Welfare System" -- "Bibliography" -- "Part I: England" -- "3: Life in the Dimes Ashe Department" -- " Negotiating New Territories" -- " The Use of Space and Environment at the Dimes Ashe Department" -- " The Impact of the Office Space on Identity and Child Protection Practice" -- "Bibliography" -- "4: How Others Affect Child Protection Social Work" -- " The Media" -- " The media get things so wrong" -- " Hindsight is a wonderful thing" -- " Defensive Practice" -- " Covering your arse" -- " From ‘Behind Closed Doors’" -- " The Government" -- " Mr. Macho and his kangaroo courting" -- " We are insignificant" -- " The Role the Private and Voluntary Agencies Play" -- " The Role Society Plays" -- " The ‘do goody’ thing has faded" -- " Our client is society and not the service user" -- " Parents don’t treat us with respect" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "5: Interactions and Affected Atmospheres" -- " The Theory of Affect" -- " The Different Kinds of Affect" -- "There is something very disguised here" -- "They are very fragile and fragmented" -- " Keeping up Appearances" -- " The Baby with the White Fur Coat" -- " No More Second Chances" -- " Improving Performances" -- "The grass ain’t greener elsewhere" -- " Covering for each other".
" Just nod and smile" -- " I don’t know if we work in a blame service or a protective service" -- " There is a hidden agenda" -- " The Outcome of the Dimes Ashe Department’s Last Inspection" -- " The Impact of the Ofsted Inspection on the Dimes Ashe Department" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "Part II: Flanders" -- "6: Life in the VK Agencies" -- " The Use of Space and Environment in Flanders" -- " The Use of Symbolic Gestures in Building Relationships with Children and Families" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "7: The Effect Others Have on Flemish Practice" -- " We do have a lot of credibility within society" -- " Our clients are the parents and their children" -- " I can trust them and they can trust me" -- " Working Together without Formal Agreements" -- " Media Reportage in Flanders" -- " The Grassroots of the Organisation" -- " We have built up some kind of expertise that is recognised by society" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "8: Building Relationships: A Different Perspective" -- " Just go, you can swim" -- " We have never had one fatal case…I can say that loudly and be proud of it" -- " I am in a very special position here…" -- " Without you, I was another person" -- " If you are never able to trust people, things cannot grow" -- " Organisational Hierarchy" -- " Case Discussion: an Interplay of Different Professional Discourses" -- " That’s the habit here" -- " The Supervision and Training of Support Workers" -- " Valuing Social Welfare Employees" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "9: Blame, Culture and Child Protection" -- " Blame" -- " Culture" -- " Child Protection Practice" -- " Conclusion" -- "Bibliography" -- "Appendix A: Reflexivity" -- "The Story of the PPO Queen and the Production of a Spoiled Identity" -- "Appendix B: Methodology" -- "Preparation" -- " Access".
" Research Strategy" -- " England" -- " Flanders" -- " Document Analysis" -- " Observations" -- " Interviews" -- " Data Analysis" -- "Bibliography".
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"Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "List of Tables" -- "1: Introduction" -- " Becoming a Social Worker" -- " Why This? Why Now? And Why Use Belgium as a Point of Comparison?" -- "Bibliography" -- "2: The Process of Professionalisation" -- " The Nature of Profession" -- " Defensive Techniques of Professions" -- " Drawing from Theoretical Concepts" -- " Erving Goffman: The Dramaturgical and Interaction Ritual Perspective" -- " The Inauguration of Child Protection Social Work in England" -- " The Emergence of a Defensive, Blame Culture" -- " The Flemish Welfare System" -- "Bibliography" -- "Part I: England" -- "3: Life in the Dimes Ashe Department" -- " Negotiating New Territories" -- " The Use of Space and Environment at the Dimes Ashe Department" -- " The Impact of the Office Space on Identity and Child Protection Practice" -- "Bibliography" -- "4: How Others Affect Child Protection Social Work" -- " The Media" -- " The media get things so wrong" -- " Hindsight is a wonderful thing" -- " Defensive Practice" -- " Covering your arse" -- " From ‘Behind Closed Doors’" -- " The Government" -- " Mr. Macho and his kangaroo courting" -- " We are insignificant" -- " The Role the Private and Voluntary Agencies Play" -- " The Role Society Plays" -- " The ‘do goody’ thing has faded" -- " Our client is society and not the service user" -- " Parents don’t treat us with respect" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "5: Interactions and Affected Atmospheres" -- " The Theory of Affect" -- " The Different Kinds of Affect" -- "There is something very disguised here" -- "They are very fragile and fragmented" -- " Keeping up Appearances" -- " The Baby with the White Fur Coat" -- " No More Second Chances" -- " Improving Performances" -- "The grass ain’t greener elsewhere" -- " Covering for each other".

" Just nod and smile" -- " I don’t know if we work in a blame service or a protective service" -- " There is a hidden agenda" -- " The Outcome of the Dimes Ashe Department’s Last Inspection" -- " The Impact of the Ofsted Inspection on the Dimes Ashe Department" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "Part II: Flanders" -- "6: Life in the VK Agencies" -- " The Use of Space and Environment in Flanders" -- " The Use of Symbolic Gestures in Building Relationships with Children and Families" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "7: The Effect Others Have on Flemish Practice" -- " We do have a lot of credibility within society" -- " Our clients are the parents and their children" -- " I can trust them and they can trust me" -- " Working Together without Formal Agreements" -- " Media Reportage in Flanders" -- " The Grassroots of the Organisation" -- " We have built up some kind of expertise that is recognised by society" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "8: Building Relationships: A Different Perspective" -- " Just go, you can swim" -- " We have never had one fatal case…I can say that loudly and be proud of it" -- " I am in a very special position here…" -- " Without you, I was another person" -- " If you are never able to trust people, things cannot grow" -- " Organisational Hierarchy" -- " Case Discussion: an Interplay of Different Professional Discourses" -- " That’s the habit here" -- " The Supervision and Training of Support Workers" -- " Valuing Social Welfare Employees" -- " Summary" -- "Bibliography" -- "9: Blame, Culture and Child Protection" -- " Blame" -- " Culture" -- " Child Protection Practice" -- " Conclusion" -- "Bibliography" -- "Appendix A: Reflexivity" -- "The Story of the PPO Queen and the Production of a Spoiled Identity" -- "Appendix B: Methodology" -- "Preparation" -- " Access".

" Research Strategy" -- " England" -- " Flanders" -- " Document Analysis" -- " Observations" -- " Interviews" -- " Data Analysis" -- "Bibliography".

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<p>Jadwiga Leigh is a Lecturer in the Sociological Studies Department at the University of Sheffield, UK. She qualified as a social worker in 2005 and has worked in both statutory and voluntary child protection settings. Teaching on the social work and sociology programmes, Leigh is interested in professional identity and affect/emotion in organisational culture.</p> <p> </p>

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