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Parents' involvement in care order decisions: a cross-country study of front-line practice
This article examines parents' involvement in care order decision-making in four countries at one particular point in the care order process, namely, when the child protection worker discusses with the parents his or her ...
The Population's Confidence in the Child Protection System – A Survey Study of England, Finland, Norway and the United States (California)
This article examines the confidence the population (N = 4,003) has in the child welfare system in four countries – England, Finland, Norway and the USA (California). We find that about half or less of the population reports ...
Whistleblowing in local government: an empirical study of contact patterns and whistleblowing in 20 Norwegian municipalities
Whistleblowing by administrative employees in local governments can bring critical knowledge about misconduct and failed policy outcomes and priorities to the attention of politicians. This article examines whether (1) ...
Pathways to permanence in England and Norway: A critical analysis of documents and data
The English language term ‘permanence’ is increasingly used in high income countries as a ‘short-hand’ translation for a complex set of aims around providing stability and family membership for children who need child ...
Time, institutional support, and quality of decision making in child protection: a cross-country analysis
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-04)
This paper examines perceptions of time and institutional support for decision making and staff confidence in the ultimate decisions made—examining differences and similarities between and within the service-oriented Nordic ...