Children and Workers in the Firing Line: Messages from the Case Files and Interviews.
The Shifting Foundations of Child Protection: The Context of the Victorian Study.
The Failure to Protect: Child Deaths due to Familial Assault or Neglect.
The Failure to Protect: Repeated Abuse.
The Social Worker-Client Relationship: From Love to Violence and Beyond.
Protective Workers in the Firing Line: The True Extent of Violence and Isolation.
Child Protection Workers as Hostages.
Beyond the Firing Line: A Broad Perspective.
Supervision: From Part of the Problem to Part of the Solution.
The Firing Line Revisited.
Appendix: The Victorian Study.
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