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The impact of sibling relationships on how we develop has been dramatically under-emphasized in the literature on child development. Drawing together new and established research, this accessible text contends that sibling relationships are crucial to professionals' understanding of the children and families they work with. It offers a theoretically-grounded and culturally sensitive account of the many-facetted complexities of sibling relationships, emphasizing the significance of these for practice and the ways in which the effectiveness of work with children and families can be enhanced by promoting positive sibling relationships.
ROBERT SANDERS is lecturer in child welfare and child development at University of Wales, Swansea. He is the author of The Management of Child Protection (Ashgate 1999) and co-author, with Matthew Colton and Margaret Williams, of An Introduction to Working with Children (Palgrave 2001).
Release date NZ
December 31st, 2002
Edited by Jo Campling
Country of Publication
XIV, 270 p.
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