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Donovan, Catherine

Constructing Risky Identities in Policy and Practice

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Identities, Individuals and Theories of Risk
Jeremy Kearney, Catherine Donovan

Part I. Constructing Risky Identities

2. Risk, Identities and Recognition: A History of Dangerous Categories and Categories of Danger
Peter Rushton

3. Risky Populations and Risky Identities: The Regulation of Trust and Relationships between Adults and Children
Jeremy Kearney

4. The Right to be Labelled: From Risk to Rights for Pupils with Dyslexia in ‘Special Needs’ Education
Stephen J. Macdonald

5. Lesbian Mothering and Risky Choices: ‘Dangerous’ New Forms of Love and Kinship
Sheila Quaid

6. Troubled Youth: Risk, Individualisation and Social Structure
Jacqueline Merchant

Part II. Constructing Risky and ‘At Risk’ Individuals

7. Redefining Domestic Violence and Abuse: Unintended Consequences of Risk Assessment
Catherine Donovan

8. Technologies of Power? Constructing Digital Exclusion, Risk and Responsibility
John Clayton

9. The Risky Business of Challenging Risk: Youth Work and Young People through the Lens of ‘Race’
Rick Bowler

10. Probation and Risk: The Paradox of ‘Rehabilitating’ Intimately Violent Men
Nicola Ballantyne

11. Conclusion: Reflections on Risk, Identity and the State
Catherine Donovan, Jeremy Kearney

Keywords: Social Sciences, Politics of the Welfare State, Political Sociology, Social Policy, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Children, Youth and Family Policy, Social Theory

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
204 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137276087
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-44651-3

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