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Brand new research uniting gender and taste studies to explore the pop cultural preferences of young people.
By Peter Fonagy
This book describes Adaptive Mentalization-Based Integrative Treatment AMBIT. This is an approach to working with people - particularly young people and young adults - whose problems are not limited to one domain. AMBIT has been designed for community teams from Mental Health, Social Care, and Youth work.
An informed guide to supporting and working with transgender and non-binary youth. Topics of discussion include gender identity, sexuality, transitioning and mental health. Additional resources and suggested reading lists make this an essential reference for all professionals who counsel transgender youth.
Explores whether, and how, young people work with and against contemporary politics at institutional and grassroots levels.
By Kate Brown
Draws on in-depth research with marginalised young people and the professionals who support them to explore the implications of a `vulnerability zeitgeist', asking how far the rise of vulnerability in welfare and criminal justice processes serves the interests of those who are most disadvantaged.
This volume offers new insights into the assessment of the language of Young Learners YLs. YLs are defined here as being from 5 to 17 years, and are treated as three distinct subgroups: younger children 5/6 to 8/9 years, older children 8/9 to 12/13 years and teenagers 12/13 to 17...