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Family futures [electronic resource] : Childhood and poverty in urban neighbourhoods.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781847429728Publication details: Bristol : The Policy Press, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781847429711
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Family futures : Childhood and poverty in urban neighbourhoodsDDC classification:
  • 306.85
LOC classification:
  • HQ792. P69 2011
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Contents:
FAMILY FUTURES; Contents; List of tables and figures; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; 2. Family roles in community matters; 3. Schools in communities; 4. Young people, space, facilities and activities; 5. Preventive policing, community safety and community confidence; 6. Family health and neighbourhood conditions; 7. Families move into work: skills, training and tax credits; 8. Housing and regeneration; 9. How the areas are changing; Index;
Summary: Based on a unique longitudinal study, this timely book examines the initiatives introduced to help families and the impacts on them, their future prospects and the implications for policy.
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FAMILY FUTURES; Contents; List of tables and figures; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; 2. Family roles in community matters; 3. Schools in communities; 4. Young people, space, facilities and activities; 5. Preventive policing, community safety and community confidence; 6. Family health and neighbourhood conditions; 7. Families move into work: skills, training and tax credits; 8. Housing and regeneration; 9. How the areas are changing; Index;

Based on a unique longitudinal study, this timely book examines the initiatives introduced to help families and the impacts on them, their future prospects and the implications for policy.