Serving children: the impact of poverty on children's experiences of services

F. Wager, N. Bailey, R. Day, D. Hamilton, M. Hill, C. King

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Abstract

This study arose from the identification of a gap in knowledge and corresponding need for the development of a better contemporary understanding of children's experiences of poverty. Focusing on children aged 10 - 14 years, the study aimed to provide a perspective on the lives of children and young people affected by poverty in Scotland through comparing the experiences of children living in poverty with those more economically advantaged.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages178
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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Keywords

  • poverty
  • looked after children
  • social work
  • social care

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Wager, F., Bailey, N., Day, R., Hamilton, D., Hill, M., & King, C. (2007). Serving children: the impact of poverty on children's experiences of services.
Wager, F. ; Bailey, N. ; Day, R. ; Hamilton, D. ; Hill, M. ; King, C. / Serving children: the impact of poverty on children's experiences of services. 2007.
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