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Vient de paraître ! Professional love and diversity in foster care

Reimer D., Join-Lambert H. (dir.) Special issue : Professional love and diversity in foster careChildren & Society, vol. 36 n° 2, 2022  doi.org/10.1111/chso.12467

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Professional love and diversity in foster careDaniela ReimerHélène Join-Lambert


Breaking the silence on special needs children in foster care: The diversity of children in foster care, carers and processesNuria Fuentes-PeláezCarme MontserratRosa Sitjes-FiguerasGemma Crous

The ethnic identity of transracially placed foster children with an ethnic minority background: A systematic literature reviewClementine J. DegenerDiana D. van BergenHans W. E. Grietens

Doing foster family with young refugees: Negotiations of belonging and being at homeRebecca MörgenPeter Rieker

‘I actually know that things will get better’: The many pathways to resilience of LGBTQIA+ youth in out-of-home careRodrigo González-ÁlvarezMijntje ten BrummelaarSamar OrwaMónica López López

The role of foster carers in England and Portugal: Is it solely a parenting role?Vânia S. PintoNikki Luke

The importance of emotions in the lives of children and young people in foster care in England, France and GermanyHélène Join-LambertDaniela Reimer

Emotions and involvement of foster carers preparing to welcome children arriving from war zonesSéverine EuilletMej HilboldClaire GanneElodie FaiscaAmélie Turlais


Identity, culture and belonging: Educating young children for a changing worldJesus Jaime-DiazMaria Belinda Vasquez

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