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The Fallacy of Formalisation: Practice Makes Process in the Assessment of Risks to Children

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The Fallacy of Formalisation: Practice Makes Process in the Assessment of Risks to Children. / Broadhurst, Karen; Peckover, S.; Wastell, D.; White, Susan; Hall, C; Pithouse, A.

Good Practice in Assessing Risk: Current Knowledge, Issues and Approaches. ed. / H Kemshall; B Wilkinson. London : Jessica Kingsley, 2011. p. 84-101 (Good practice in health, social care and criminal justice).

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Broadhurst, K, Peckover, S, Wastell, D, White, S, Hall, C & Pithouse, A 2011, The Fallacy of Formalisation: Practice Makes Process in the Assessment of Risks to Children. in H Kemshall & B Wilkinson (eds), Good Practice in Assessing Risk: Current Knowledge, Issues and Approaches. Good practice in health, social care and criminal justice, Jessica Kingsley, London, pp. 84-101.

APA

Broadhurst, K., Peckover, S., Wastell, D., White, S., Hall, C., & Pithouse, A. (2011). The Fallacy of Formalisation: Practice Makes Process in the Assessment of Risks to Children. In H. Kemshall, & B. Wilkinson (Eds.), Good Practice in Assessing Risk: Current Knowledge, Issues and Approaches (pp. 84-101). (Good practice in health, social care and criminal justice). Jessica Kingsley.

Vancouver

Broadhurst K, Peckover S, Wastell D, White S, Hall C, Pithouse A. The Fallacy of Formalisation: Practice Makes Process in the Assessment of Risks to Children. In Kemshall H, Wilkinson B, editors, Good Practice in Assessing Risk: Current Knowledge, Issues and Approaches. London: Jessica Kingsley. 2011. p. 84-101. (Good practice in health, social care and criminal justice).

Author

Broadhurst, Karen ; Peckover, S. ; Wastell, D. ; White, Susan ; Hall, C ; Pithouse, A. / The Fallacy of Formalisation: Practice Makes Process in the Assessment of Risks to Children. Good Practice in Assessing Risk: Current Knowledge, Issues and Approaches. editor / H Kemshall ; B Wilkinson. London : Jessica Kingsley, 2011. pp. 84-101 (Good practice in health, social care and criminal justice).

Bibtex

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