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|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status: ||Unrefereed|
|Title: ||Child neglect, wellbeing and resilience: Adopting arts based practices|
|Author(s): ||Fotopoulou, Maria|
|Citation: ||Fotopoulou M (2016) Child neglect, wellbeing and resilience: Adopting arts based practices. WithScotland.|
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2016|
|Abstract: ||First paragraph: Neglect remains the most common form of child mistreatment in the UK, with studies suggesting that one in 10 children suffer from neglect, while it is the most common reason for a child being subject to child protection measures (Burgess et al., 2014). According to the 2012 review of child neglect in Scotland, 'for every 100 children living in our communities, someone has a concern that one child is experiencing some degree of neglect ' (Daniel et al., 2012, p.5). In the UK and specifically Scotland, it has consistently been found to be a background factor in children and families whose circumstances formed the subject of Significant, or Serious Case Reviews (Brandon et al., 2012; Vincent and Petch, 2012).|
|Type: ||Research Report|
|Rights: ||Published by WithScotland. Proper attribution of authorship and correct citation details should be given.|
|Affiliation: ||Sociology/Social Pol&Criminology|
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