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Fri Mar 21 17:12:47 2014 UTClccn-n841051580.00Stone family papers,0.560.86Psychotherapy and the practice of child psychiatry /53089240n 841051581143005Stone, F.Stone, F. H. (Frederick H.)Stone Fred 1921-....Stone, Frederick H.Stone, Frederick Hopelccn-n98880653Lockyer, Andrewedtlccn-n86101312Hill, Malcolmedtlccn-n79006716Koupernik, Cyrille1917-np-simon girard, pSimon-Girard, P.lccn-n86806395University of AberdeenDepartment of Mental Healthlccn-n82079604British Agencies for Adoption and Fosteringlccn-no2012005196Sharp, John D.lccn-no2012005195Brebner, Cecilia M.(Cecilia May)np-kamp, l n jKamp,, guillermoBodner, GuillermoStone, Frederick H.HistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcRecords and correspondenceJuvenile justice, Administration ofChild welfareChildren--Legal status, laws, etcJuvenile delinquencyChild psychiatryChild psychopathologyScotlandChild psychotherapyChild abuseAdoptionInfertilitySocial work with juvenile delinquentsJuvenile correctionsJuvenile delinquents--Services forConnecticutNew York (State)--MarathonStreet-railroadsCourtshipTannersConnecticut--AshfordSawmillsFarmersJuvenile courtsUtah--OgdenFamilies19212009197419761978198019821983198519871989199619982006200716621640364.36K5575ocn762453584ocn45030087910608ocn122567821file20060.47Hill, MalcolmYouth justice and child protectionWith ever-increasing new policies on 'anti-social behaviour' and ongoing public concern over the care of children, juvenile crime and law breaking, this new book is a timely examination of recent developments in the areas of youth justice and child protection. The central focus of the book is on whether society and young people in state care, both in young offenders' institutes or foster/care homes, are better served by the dispensation of justice or appropriate family support. A broad range of international contributors discuss different approaches to this issue and the varying extent to which it is dealt with as part of the same system ranging from the English, Welsh, Western European, US and Canadian arrangements, where judicial and service responses are largely segregated to the Scottish system where both are dealt with in the same children's hearing system. The contributors also consider the implications of these arrangements for the rights of society on the one hand, children and parents on the other, and provide information on the rationale for current policy, new proposals, and the efficacy of the different systems.; "Youth Justice and Child Protection" will be an important reference for policy-makers, social workers, carers, academics, students, lawyers, magistrates, sheriffs, heath professionals and all those working in youth justice and child protection+-+K42756893628313ocn000940397book19740.76Stone, Frederick HChild psychiatry for students1334ocn002346911book19760.81Stone, Frederick HPsychiatry and the paediatrician601ocn039159283book19980.81Lockyer, AndrewJuvenile justice in Scotland : twenty-five years of the welfare approachHistory421ocn019569011book19870.50Stone, Frederick HIntroduction à la psychiatrie infantile262ocn011140557book19830.86Stone, Frederick HPsychotherapy and the practice of child psychiatry241ocn021156371book19890.59Child abuse : the Scottish experience211ocn060039935book19850.32Brebner, Cecilia MThe role of infertility in adoption52ocn434621541book19800.47Stone, Frederick HPsiquiatría infantilHandbooks, manuals, etc21ocn847478620file20070.47Youth justice and child protection11ocn607575313book19960.47Stone, Frederick HChildren's hearing system : the second Kilbrandon child care lecture11ocn651292681book19820.47Stone, Frederick HPsiquiatría para el pediatra11ocn122323151mixStone, Frederick HHistory of systemHistory11ocn299973015book19780.47Stone, Frederick HChild psychiatry for students : 2nd ed11ocn673363283book1980Rinshō shōni seishin igaku11ocn369245922mixStone, Frederick HStone family papersRecords and correspondenceDiaries and correspondence of a family from Litchfield and Windham Counties in Connecticut. Frederick H. Stone, a farmer, sawyer, and wood turner of Warren and Ashford, Connecticut, is represented by diaries, 1879-1943, a few financial and legal records, and correspondence, most notably with Annie Wheaton of Putnam, Connecticut, whom he was courting and later married. Frederick's father Closson H. Stone of Warren, Connecticut, is also represented by incoming correspondence from the Connecticut State Board of Education, and promissory notes and checks. Closson married Marcia Celeste Sessions (she went by Celeste), the sister of Gilman L. Sessions, both of Woodstock, Connecticut, and her incoming correspondence includes letters from her brother, relatives, and from Closson before and after their marriage. Also of note in the collection is the correspondence and agreements of Francis G. Stone of Marathon, New York, who ran a tannery in cooperation with E.C. Mills+-+K427568936+-+K427568936Fri Mar 21 15:57:15 EDT 2014batch9715