CST Journal, Volume 5, 2013

Critical Social Thinking, Vol. 5, 2013 Table of Contents

 

  Title

Author

Page

1.

 Supporting recovery in mental health through community living: Slí Eile - A case

Aoife Farrell

 1

2.

The Construction and Consolidation of Patriarchal Biomedical Discourses in Psyc

Eimear Breathnach 

 29

3.

An exploration of Child Protection Social Workers’ experience of Child and Adole

Marie Lucey

 48

4.

 Justice Done? An Analysis of the 2006 High Court Ruling in Zappone and Gilligan

Jackie Mullins

 64

5.

 Homophobia and Heteronormativity in the School Environment: An Irish Case Study

Stella Flattery 

 78

6.

 The Benefits, Risks and Barriers of Screening for Domestic Abuse in all Health C

Aisling Murphy  

 92

7.

Engaging with Male Perpetrators of Domestic Violence: An Exploration of the Expe

Linda O'Sullivan 

 111

8.

An Exploratory Study into Care Leavers Transition to Adulthood

Joanne Hayes 

 132

9.

The Impact of Fostering on Birth Children and their Involvement in the Fostering

Claire Duffy     

 150

10.

Settlements and Development and the Politics of Neo-Liberal Planning: A Critical

Clara O'Neill 

 174

11.

From Bust to Boom to Bust Again: Trends in Irish Public Revenue and Expenditure

Helen Norris

 192

12.

Critical Media Literacy Education

Lucia Chisholm 

 210

13.

An Exploration of Long-term Volunteer Retention in a National Youth Work Organis

Dawn O'Higgins 

 228

14.

An Examination of the Special Care Service in Ireland: Balancing Welfare and Jus

Zoe Linnane 

 247

15.

Homework Clubs: A case study assessment of their value to children and young people


Caoimhe Knox   

16.

 Should euthanasia be legalised in Ireland?

Sarah Gallagher

 260

17.

Out-sourced to community groups? An analysis of community- based suicide prevent Laura MacCarthy   272

17.

Review essay: How can early childhood practitioners, in seeking to challenge pat

Jane O'Sullivan  

 

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