Åse Vagli: Behind Closed Doors : Exploring the Institutional Logic of Child Protection Work

  • Sue White

Author Biography

Sue White

Professor
Institute of Applied Social Studies, University of Birmingham
United Kingdom
s.white.3@bham.ac.uk

References

Broadhurst, K.; Wastell, D; White, S; Hall, C; Peckover, S; Thompson, K.; Pithouse, A and Davey D. (advance access 2009) Performing ‘Initial Assessment’: Identifying the Latent Conditions for Error at the Front-Door of Local Authority Children’s Services, British Journal of Social Work Advance Access published 18 January

Broadhurst, K., Hall, C., Pithouse., A., Peckover., S. White., S. and Wastell, D (2010) Risk, instrumentalism and the humane project – identifying the informal logics of risk management in children’s statutory services British Journal of Social Work Special Issue Advance Access published February 1, 2010

de Montigny, G. (1995) Social Working: An Ethnography of Front Line Practice, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Douglas, M. (1986). How institutions think. Syracuse.

Goffman, E (1961) Asylums, New York: Doubleday.

Maynard, D. (1989) ‘On the ethnography and analysis of discourse in institutional settings’, Perspectives on Social Problems, 1, 127-146.

Wastell, D. White, S., Broadhurst, K., Hall, C., Peckover, S. & Pithouse, A. (2010) Children’s services in the iron cage of performance management: street level bureaucracy and the spectre of Švejkism, paper accepted International Journal of Social Welfare 19: 310–320.
Published
2010-10-01
How to Cite
White, S. (2010). Åse Vagli: Behind Closed Doors : Exploring the Institutional Logic of Child Protection Work. Journal of Comparative Social Work, 5(2), 135 - 138. https://doi.org/10.31265/jcsw.v5i2.67
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