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McAuley, Colette (ed.) (1999) The family support outcomes study, Belfast, GB, Social Work Department, Queen's University of Belfast, 103pp.
Rafferty, Jackie (ed.) (1999) UpFront. Information and communication technology in teaching and learning social welfare [In special conference issue of HUSITA-5]. New Technology in the Human Services, 12, (3/4)
Bagley, C. and Mallick, K. (1999) Child sexual abuse and adult offenders: new theory and research, Ashgate, Ashgate, 329pp.
Bagley, C., Mallick, K., Verma, G., Bolitho, F., Madrid, S., Tse, W. L. J. and Bertand, L. (1999) Adjustment, stress and family life in adolescents in Canada, Britain, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan and the Philippines. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 7, 263-278.
Bagley, C. and Young, L. (1999) Long-term evaluation of group counselling for women with a history of child sexual abuse: focus on depression, self-esteem, suicidal behaviours and social support. Social Work With Groups, 21, (3), 63-73. (doi:10.1300/J009v21n03_06).
Bagley, C., Young, L. and Mallick, K. (1999) The interactive effects of physical, emotional and sexual abuse on adjustment in a longitudinal study of 565 children from birth to 17. In, Bagley, C. and Mallick, K. (eds.) Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Offenders: New Theory and Research. Aldershot, Ashgate, 103-126.
Bagley, Chris (1999) Identifying painters and politicians: a commentary on astrology as art and science. Correlation: Journal of Research into Astrology, 18, (1), 32-39.
Bagley, Christopher (1999) Adolescent prostitution in Canda and the Philippines: Statistical comparisons, an ethnographic account and policy options. International Social Work, 42, (4), 445-454.
Bagley, Christopher (1999) Children first: Challenges and dilemmas for social workers investigating and treating child sexual abuse. In, Bagley, Christopher and Mallick, Mallick (eds.) Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Offenders: New Theory and Research. Aldershot, USA, Ashgate, 27-47.
Bagley, Christopher and Pritchard, Colin (1999) Completed suicide in men accused of sexual crimes involving children: Implications for a humanistic approach. In, Bagley, Christopher and Mallick, Kanka (eds.) Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Offenders: New Theory and Research. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 285-289. (Contemporary Social Work Studies).
Bhatti-Sinclair, Kish (1999) Evaluating social work and medical practice with black and ethnic minority groups using the clinical audit model. British Journal of Social Work, 29, (2), 303-320.
Colombi, David and Rafferty, Jackie (1999) Increasing the IMPACT of assistive technology. Brussels, Belgium, European Commission
Dominelli, L. (1999) Community approaches to child welfare: international perspectives, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 212pp.
Dominelli, L. (1999) Empowering children: the end-point for community approaches to child welfare. In, Dominelli, L. (ed.) Community Approaches to Child Welfare: International Perspectives. Aldershot, Ashgate, 182-193.
Dominelli, L. (1999) Introducing international perspectives in child welfare. In, Dominelli, L. (ed.) Community Approaches to Child Welfare: International perspectives. Aldershot, Ashgate, 1-24.
Dominelli, L. (1999) Neo-liberalism, social exclusion and welfare clients in a global economy. International Journal of Social Welfare, 8, (1), 14-22. (doi:10.1111/1468-2397.00058).
Dominelli, L. (1999) Review of social welfare in global context by Midgley, J. Social Policy & Administration, 33, (2), 216-219. (doi:10.1111/1467-9515.00144).
Dominelli, L. (1999) Working with men from a feminist perspective. In, Wild, J. (ed.) Working with Men for Change. , Routledge, 17-38.
Dominelli, L. and Dominelli, L. (1999) Review of global social policy: international organizations and the future of welfare by Deacon, B. Social Policy & Administration, 33, (2), 214-216. (doi:10.1111/1467-9515.00145).
Jackson, S. and Nixon, P. (1999) Family group conferences: a challenge to the old order? In, Dominelli, L. (ed.) Community Approaches to Child Welfare: International Perspectives. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 117-146.
Jackson, S.E. (1999) Family group conferences and youth justice: the new panacea? In, Goldson, B. (ed.) Youth Justice: Contemporary Policy and Practice. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 127-147.
Jackson, S.E. and Tuson, G. (1999) Mothers’ involvement in child sexual abuse investigations and support: Community care or child protection? In, Bagley, C. and Mallick, K. (eds.) Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Offenders: New Theory and Research. Aldershot, Ashgate, 235-251. (Contemporary Social Work Studies).
Jackson, Shirley and Morris, Kate (1999) Family group conferences: user empowerment or family self-reliance? A development from Lupton. British Journal of Social Work, 29, (4), 621-630.
Lovelock, Robin and Powell, Jackie (1999) Visual impairment and community care: assessing needs and providing appropriate services (III). A report of a regional day conference. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 20pp.
North, N., Lupton, C. and Khan, P. (1999) Going with the grain? General practitioners and the new NHS. Health and Social Care in the Community, 7, (6), 408-416. (doi:10.1046/j.1365-2524.1999.00206.x).
Orme, J., Pryke, Julie and Thomas, Martin (eds.) (1999) Domestic violence and social work. The Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 21, (4), 432-434.
Orme, J. (1999) Review. Social work as narrative by Hall, C. Auto/Biography, 1&2, 112-113.
Osborn, H. (1999) Conclusion: Partnership with parents. In, Wheal, Ann (ed.) Working with Parents: Learning from Other People’s Experience. Lyme Regis, UK, Russell House, 203-208.
Pease, Bob and Fook, Jan (1999) Transforming Social Work Practice: Postmodern Critical Perspectives, London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 240pp.
Pomeroy, Valerie M., Warren, Claire M., Honeycombe, Cheryl, Briggs, Roger S.J., Wilkinson, David G., Pickering, Ruth M. and Steiner, Andrea (1999) Mobility and dementia: Is physiotherapy treatment during respite care effective? International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 14, (5), 389-397.
Powell, Jackie (1999) Contract management and community care: a negotiated process. British Journal of Social Work, 29, (6), 861-875.
Shakespeare, V. and Postle, K. (1999) A qualitative study of patients’ views on the effects of breast-reduction surgery: a 2-year follow-up survey. British Journal of Plastic Surgery, 52, (3), 198-204. (doi:10.1054/bjps.1999.3106).
Sharland, E. (1999) Child protection and children’s welfare: complementary priorities? In, Bagley, C. and Mallick, K. (eds.) Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Offenders: New Theory and Research. Aldershot, Ashgate, 211-217.
Sharland, Elaine (1999) Justice for children? Child protection and the crimino-legal process. Child & Family Social Work, 4, (4), 303-313. (doi:10.1046/j.1365-2206.1999.00131.x).
Steiner, Andrea, Vaughan, Barbara and Hanford, Lynda (1999) Intermediate care: approaches to evaluation, London, UK, King’s Fund, 116pp.
Vaughan, Barbara, Steiner, Andrea and Hanford, Lynda (1999) Intermediate care: the shape of the team, London, UK, King’s Fund, 38pp.
Verma, Gajendra, Chan, Yiu Man, Bagley, Christopher, Sham, Sylvia, Darby, Douglas, Woodrow, Derek and Skinner, George (1999) Chinese adolescents in Britain and Hong Kong: dentity and aspirations, Aldershot, Ashgate, UK, 212pp.
Waldman, J. (1999) Family link care. In, Wheal, Ann (ed.) The RHP Companion to Foster Care. Lyme Regis, UK, Russell House, 94-98.
Waldman, J., Glover, N. and King, L. (1999) Readiness to learn: an experiential perspective. Social Work Education, 18, (2), 219-228.
Waldman, J. and Wheal, A. (1999) Training needs of family and friends who are foster carers. In, Greeff, R. (ed.) Fostering Kinship: An International Perspective on Kinship Foster Care. , Arena, 135-153.
Waldman, Julia (1999) Help yourself to learning at work, Lyme Regis, UK, Russell House, 160pp.
Webb, D. (1999) Current approaches to gathering evidence on effective health promotion. In, Perkins, E., Simnett, I. and Wright, L. (eds.) Evidence-based Health Promotions. Chichester, UK, John Wiley & Sons, 34-46.
Wheal, A. (1999) Family and friends who are carers. In, Wheal, A. (ed.) The RHP Companion to Foster Care. Dorset, Russell House Publishing Ltd, 99-107.
Wheal, Ann (1999) Introduction. In, Wheal, Ann (ed.) Working with Parents: learning from other people’s experience. Lyme Regis, UK, Russell House Publishing, 1-6.
Wheal, Ann (1999) Review: Hellinckx W, Colton M, Williams M (1997) International Perspectives of Family Support Aldershot, Ashgate. Social Work in Europe, 6, (3), 68-69.
Wheal, Ann (1999) The RHP companion to foster care, Lyme Regis, UK, Russell House, 320pp.
Wheal, Ann and In collaboration with Buchanan, A. (1999) Answers for carers: you and the young people in your care, Brighton, UK, Pavilion, 202pp.
Wilkinson, A. (1999) Development and Promotion Department: Flexible access to DipSW. Developing flexible learning on-line. UK, Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work
Wilkinson, Ann (1999) Environments for social work learning in the learning age. New Technology in the Human Services, 12, (3/4), 75-85.