Table of contents for Apologies and the legacy of abuse of children in 'care' : international perspectives / Johanna Skold, Senior Lecturer in Child Studies, Linkoping University, Sweden and Shurlee Swain, Professor, Australian Catholic University, Australia.

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Table of Contents 1. Apology Politics: Transnational Features; Johanna Sköld 2. Contested Memories: Caring about the Past – or Past Caring?; Jacqueline Z. Wilson and Frank Golding 3. Children's Agency: The Struggles of the Powerless; Kjersti Ericsson 5. Contextualizing Reparations Politics; Malin Arvidsson 6. Why Sexual Abuse? Why Now?; Shurlee Swain 7. Denmark: The Godhavn Inquiry; Maria Rytter and Jacob Knage Rasmussen 8. Sexual Abuse in Dutch Child Protection, 1945-2010; Jeroen J.H. Dekker and Hans Grietens 9. The Politics of Apology: The Norwegian Case; Eva Simonsen and Karen-Sofie Pettersen 10. Scotland: Historic Abuse in Care and Human Rights; Andrew Kendrick, Moyra Hawthorn, Samina Karim and Julie Shaw 11. Canadian Inquiries Stumble Toward Redress; Gerald Cradock 12. The Role and Importance of History; Nell Musgrove 13. Truth-seeking in Oral Testimonies and Archives; Johanna Sköld and Åsa Jensen 14. Dilemmas of Care: Social Work and Historic Abuse; Andrew Kendrick and Moyra Hawthorn 15. Transitional Justice Workers and Vicarious Trauma; Shurlee Swain ?

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Child abuse.
Abused children.
Children -- Institutional care.
Foster home care.
Child abuse -- Case studies.
Abused children -- Case studies -- Case studies.
Children -- Institutional care -- Case studies.
Foster home care -- Case studies.