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Fathers as 'core business' in child welfare practice and research : an interdisciplinary review
This literature review draws from a wide array of interdisciplinary research to argue that fathers need to be included in child welfare practice and research to the same extent as mothers. SocialExpand
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Towards a theory of the ecology of reflection: reflective practice for experiential learning in higher education
Reflective practice is widely adopted across the field of experience-based learning subjects in higher education, including practicums, work-integrated learning, internships, service learning andExpand
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En/countering disablement in school life in Australia: children talk about peer relations and living with illness and disability
This paper reports the experiential accounts of 24 young people with physical disability or chronic illness as they make the transition to junior high school, with a particular focus on their socialExpand
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Perceptions of primary to secondary school transitions: Challenge or threat?
Primary to secondary school transition has been identified as a significant and stressful event for young adolescent students. Recent research has focused on individual aspects of coping with theExpand
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Relational aggression and prosocial behaviours in Australian preschool children
RELATIONAL AGGRESSION IS A subtle form of aggressive behaviour that uses dyadic relationships and manipulation as a vehicle of harm. Little is known about relational aggression in preschool-ageExpand
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Teacher and Parent Perceptions of Relational and Physical Aggression During Early Childhood
Although links have been found between parents’ and teachers’ (caregivers’) attitudes about aggressive behavior, their responses to aggressive behaviour in children, and those children’s own use ofExpand
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Delivering the primary curriculum: The use of subject specialist and generalist teachers in NSW
The delivery of the primary curriculum has been subject to recent debate in Western countries. In Australia, the primary teacher is by and large considered a generalist; however a current paradoxExpand
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Adherence issues in children and adolescents receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy
The introduction of highly active antiretroviral therapies (HAART) for the treatment of paediatric HIV infection poses additional adherence challenges for children and families living with HIV. AExpand
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Are all fathers in child protection families uncommitted, uninvolved and unable to change?
Although much is known about ‘parents’ in child protection families, very little research has specifically examined fathers in these families. The scant extant research indicates that child welfareExpand
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