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    Acknowledgements

    We would like to thank each of the contributors for the help, advice and patience that they offered during the writing and editorial process in the course of preparing this book. At Sage Karen Phillips has been very supportive of the project as has the production team, including in particular Louise Wise and Lauren McAllister. The comments that we received from the appointed external referees were helpful and thought-provoking and we have tried to take account of their advice, guidance and concerns, although only they can judge the extent to which we have succeeded in this respect. Finally, many of the ideas that inform this book have been ‘tried and tested’ on our students in various childhood studies courses that we run at our universities. Their contributions, insight, feedback and queries have helped to clarify our ideas and they have hopefully served to assist our students of the future by making this a better book.

    BarryGoldson, MichaelLavalette and JimMcKechnie January 2002

    Contributors

    Brian Corby is Professor of Social Work at the University of Central Lancashire.

    Stephen Cunningham is a lecturer in Social Policy at the University of Central Lancashire.

    Barry Goldson is a senior lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work Studies at the University of Liverpool.

    Deena Haydon is a Principal Officer for Research and Development with Barnardos and Research Fellow at the Centre for Studies in Crime and Social Justice at Edge Hill University College.

    Sandy Hobbs is a Reader in Psychology at the University of Paisley.

    Chris Jones is Professor of Social Work and Social Policy at the University of Liverpool.

    Michael Lavalette is a senior lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work Studies at the University of Liverpool.

    Henry Maitles is a lecturer in Education at the University of Strathclyde, Jordanhill Campus.

    Jim McKechnie is a senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Paisley.

    Tony Novak is a lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work Studies at the University of Liverpool.

    Phil Scraton is Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Studies in Crime and Social Justice at Edge Hill University College.

    Niamh Stack is a lecturer in Psychology at the University of Paisley.

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