His primary areas of investigation include Child abuse, Child protection, Social work, Social change and Social philosophy. The various areas that Nigel Parton examines in his Child protection study include Government, Western world, Gender studies and Safeguarding. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Pedagogy and Social work.
His Social change study combines topics in areas such as Social relation and Social psychology. Consensus theory and Public relations is closely connected to Social learning in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Social psychology. His Social philosophy research integrates issues from Social position and Social group.
His primary areas of investigation include Child protection, Social work, Social science, Child abuse and Politics. Nigel Parton interconnects Gender studies, Welfare and Public administration in the investigation of issues within Child protection. His work carried out in the field of Public administration brings together such families of science as Government and State.
His Social work study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social change, Social psychology, Social environment and Public relations. Other disciplines of study, such as Criminology and Psychiatry, are mixed together with his Child abuse studies. His research integrates issues of Social psychology, Social order, Social group and Social network in his study of Social philosophy.
Child protection, Social work, Politics, Social science and Public relations are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Nigel Parton examines in his Child protection study include Social psychology, Criminology, Gender studies and Public administration. His Social work research integrates issues from Social change, Art history, Social theory and Law and economics.
His work in the fields of Coalition government overlaps with other areas such as Child abuse. Many of his research projects under Social science are closely connected to Environmental ethics with Environmental ethics, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. In Social philosophy, Nigel Parton works on issues like Social network, which are connected to Social inertia and Social relation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Child protection, Politics, Social work, Law and Social science. Nigel Parton has included themes like Social issues, Criminology, Public relations and Public administration in his Child protection study. In his papers, Nigel Parton integrates diverse fields, such as Public relations and Child abuse.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Politics, Social relation is strongly linked to Argument. His Social work study combines topics in areas such as Authoritarianism, Social change, Development economics, Welfare and Neoliberalism. His work on Social philosophy as part of general Social change study is frequently linked to Constructive, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Constructive social work.
Child protection systems : international trends and orientations
Neil Gilbert;Nigel Parton;Marit Skivenes.
Governing the Family: Child Care, Child Protection and the State
Child Protection: Risk and the Moral Order
Nigel Parton;David H. Thorpe;Corrine Wattam.
Safeguarding Childhood: Early Intervention and Surveillance in a Late Modern Society
Risk, Advanced Liberalism and Child Welfare: The Need to Rediscover Uncertainty and Ambiguity
British Journal of Social Work (1998)
Changes in the Form of Knowledge in Social Work: From the ‘Social’ to the ‘Informational’?
British Journal of Social Work (2006)
The politics of child abuse
Reforming Child Protection
Bob Lonne;Nigel Parton;Jane Thomson;Maria Harries.
Constructive Social Work: Towards a New Practice
Nigel Parton;Patrick O'Byrne.
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