Contextualising disabled children and child protection through Goffman's frame analysis

Kirsten Stalker

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    Abstract

    This presentation will explore findings from a Scottish Government funded study into child protection with disabled children, using Goffman’s frame analysis. It will begin by looking at previous research about the abuse and protection of disabled children and then outline frame analysis and models of disability. The research findings will be presented and discussed, along with their wider implications.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusUnpublished - 13 Jul 2015
    EventChildren and Childhoods Conference 2015 - University College campus, Ipswich, United Kingdom
    Duration: 14 Jul 201515 Jul 2015
    http://www.ucs.ac.uk/faculties-and-centres/faculty-of-arts,-business-and-applied-social-science/iseed/children-and-childhoods-conference-2015.aspx

    Conference

    ConferenceChildren and Childhoods Conference 2015
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityIpswich
    Period14/07/1515/07/15
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    Keywords

    • disabled children
    • child protection
    • Goffman's frame analysis
    • framing disability
    • public services
    • communication impairment
    • abuse

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    Stalker, K. (2015). Contextualising disabled children and child protection through Goffman's frame analysis. Children and Childhoods Conference 2015, Ipswich, United Kingdom.