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Cooper, Andrew (2008) Andrew Cooper on Newsnight. The Social Work profession in the light of the recently announced review into the Shannon Matthews case. 05 Dec 2008, BBC2 [Starts at 18:05]. [Film/Video]

Cooper, Andrew (2008) Misguided vengeance: Ritual child abusers are skilled at evasion. Those who seek to detect them need support not the sack. The Guardian . ISSN 0261-3077

Cooper, Andrew (2014) A short psychosocial history of British child abuse and protection: Case studies in problems of mourning in the public sphere. Journal of Social Work Practice, 28 (3). pp. 271-285. ISSN 0265-0533

Cooper, Andrew and Whittaker, Andrew (2014) History as tragedy, never as farce: Tracing the long cultural narrative of child protection in England. Journal of Social Work Practice, 28 (3). pp. 251-266. ISSN 0265-0533


Harvey, Anna (2010) Getting a grip on social work. Journal of Social Work Practice, 24 (2). pp. 139-153. ISSN 0265-0533


O'Sullivan, Nicola (2017) The dichotomy of ‘thinking’ and ‘doing’ in social work practice with neglected infants and toddlers. How do social workers respond to neglect and abuse in infancy, and does this change with the introduction of a sustained case discussion forum? Professional Doctorate thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust / University of East London. Full text available


Ruch, Gillian and Lees, Amanda and Prichard, Jane (2014) Getting beneath the surface: Scapegoating and the systems approach in a post-Munro world. Journal of Social Work Practice, 28 (3). pp. 313-327. ISSN 0265-0533


Whittaker, Andrew (2014) Professional judgment, practitioner expertise and organisational culture in child protection: An ethnographic study. PhD thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Full text available

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