This chapter looks at the development of a residential unit working with sexually aggressive young men. Overall this theoretically and empirically rich volume draws on new research from across Europe and Canada. Contributions stem from a broad spectrum of researchers and practitioners in the field, engaging in comparative international perspectives of problems of enduring relevance. This book particularly focuses on anti-oppressive practice, foster care, mainstreaming in education, ethnic origin, competency level and research as a tool in residential care. The book will make a significant impact to the literature on social work and child and family welfare.
|Title of host publication||Residential care|
|Subtitle of host publication||horizons for the new century|
|Editors||Hans G. Eriksson, Torill Tjelflaat|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
|Name||Welfare and Society|
- residential care
- new century
- residential unit
- sexually aggressive
- young men
Kendrick, A., Mitchell, R., & Smith, M. (2004). The development of a residential unit working with sexually aggressive young men. In H. G. Eriksson, & T. Tjelflaat (Eds.), Residential care: horizons for the new century (pp. 38-55). (Welfare and Society).