Engaging ideas, transforming minds
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Canadian Scholars’ Press
Approx. 230 pages
6.75 x 9.75 inches
October 2020
Print ISBN: 9781773381954


Forthcoming | Fall 2020

Overview

Child and Youth Care across Sectors aims to reflect the changing field by capturing a diverse array of themes and issues through an inclusive framework. In Volume 2, the contributors continue the discussion on sectors and contexts of child and youth care, with an emphasis on giving space and voice to different ways of thinking about and describing the field. Focusing on acknowledging and confronting the complex issues within child and youth care, this new volume includes groundbreaking chapters on pertinent topics from homelessness to immigration, antiracism, African-centred praxis, and Indigenous ways of being. Expanding from the first volume, this text explores additional settings of child and youth care, including hospitals, schools, day treatment programs, and the complicated youth criminal justice sector.

As the field of child and youth care continues to evolve, this timely and thought-provoking text will be vital for students, scholars, and practitioners in child and youth care, in Canada and abroad.

FEATURES

  • incorporates discussions on Canada’s northern provinces and territories,specifically Labrador and Nunavut, in child and youth care contexts and regions typically neglected in the field
  • includes chapters centering Indigenous ways of being and thinking, written by Indigenous scholars


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Table of Contents

Introduction: Moving Beyond Child and Youth Care Orthodoxies
Kiaras Gharabaghi and Grant Charles

Chapter 1: Being Indigenous Is Not a Risk Factor: A Sisters Rising Story of Resurgence and Sovereignty
Sandrina deFinney, Anna Chadwick, Chantal Adams, Shantelle Moreno, Angela Scott, and Shezell Rae Sam

Chapter 2: Mino-Bimaadiziwin Wiidookodaadiwag (Helping Each Other through the Good Life): Implications for Research and Practice with Indigenous Communities
Nicole Ineese-Nash

Chapter 3: Towards a Framework of African-Centred Child and Youth Care Praxis
Julian Hasford, Peter Amponsah, Travonne Edwards, and Juanita Stephen

Chapter 4: Newcomer, Immigration, and Settlement Sectors
Francis Hare

Chapter 5: Youth Homelessness and Shelter Settings
Hans Skott-Myhre

Chapter 6: Child and Youth Care in the North
Heather Modlin, Kelly Shaw, Sheldon Lane, and Jennifer Oliver

Chapter 7: Child and Youth Care Practice in Hospital Settings
Agnes Quittard and Grant Charles

Chapter 8: School-Based Child and Youth Care Practice: A Case Study of Ontario
Saira Batasar-Johnie and Kiaras Gharabaghi

Chapter 9: Child and Youth Care Practice in Day Treatment Settings
Jessica Carriere and Kiaras Gharabaghi

Chapter 10: Child and Youth Care and the Youth Criminal Justice System
Grant Charles and Ashley Quinn

Chapter 11: The Other, Forgotten, Hidden, Current, and Future Settings of Child and Youth Care Practice
Kiaras Gharabaghi and Grant Charles

Conclusion: Expansion and Consolidation: Where to from Here?
Kiaras Gharabaghi and Grant Charles

About the Contributors

Kiaras Gharabaghi

Kiaras Gharabaghi is the Director and Associate Professor of Ryerson University’s School of Child and Youth Care, specializing in child and youth care ethics, organizational change, and international practice. He has over 20 years of front-line experience in managing children’s mental health, welfare, and homelessness, and was recently appointed by the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services to serve on an expert panel that reviews all residential services in the province. He is the Co-editor of the popular journal Child and Youth Services and a regular columnist for the International Child and Youth Care Network.

A Hard Place to Call Home, Child and Youth Care across Sectors, Volume 1, Child and Youth Care across Sectors, Volume 2

Grant Charles

Grant Charles is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work and an affiliated faculty member in the Division of Adolescent Health and Medicine in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. His research specializes in child and youth mental health and child welfare. He currently sits on several editorial boards, including the International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies and the Journal of Advances in Mental Health..

Child and Youth Care across Sectors, Volume 1, Child and Youth Care across Sectors, Volume 2

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