Bea Kay

Scaremongering over child abuse fails the victims

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The media focus on high profile cases of child sexual exploitation has often done little to illuminate the reality of child abuse in Britain today, instead focusing on a perceived “Muslim cultural problem”. Bea Kay untangles the facts from the scaremongering so we can better understand the situation.

The exposure of high profile child abuse cases over the last few years has been horrifying. Hundreds of children and young people have been harmed, often inside institutions that are supposed to protect them. And the impact on the victims has been devastating, leaving lasting trauma and exposing the under-resourcing of support services in local authorities, the NHS and the voluntary sector.

Trouble at Work

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Edited by Ralph Fevre

Trouble at Work is a summary of specialist sociological research into bad treatment in the workplace, which tries to move forward from the usual individualised and psychological concepts of behaviour towards a more social model that looks at interactions between workers and employers.

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