Difference and Belonging, Hopes and Fears: Parenting ‘mixed’ children and the implications for career development

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Edwards, R. 2008. Difference and Belonging, Hopes and Fears: Parenting ‘mixed’ children and the implications for career development. CeGS 10th Annual Lecture. iCeGS - International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.
AuthorsEdwards, R.
TypeConference Presentation
Abstract

Rosalind Edwards, Professor in Social Policy and Director of the Families & Social Capital Research Group, at London
South Bank University, discusses parenting issues and their implications for career development at the CeGS 10th
Annual Lecture held at the University of Derby on 18th December 2007.

Rosalind has researched and published widely on a range of issues concerning family policy, with a focus on the
perspectives of family members themselves. Her recent book publications include: Assessing Social Capital (ed. with J.
Holland and J. Franklin, 2007, Cambridge Scholars Press); Sibling Identity and Relationships: Sisters and Brothers (with L. Hadfield, H. Lucey and M. Mauthner, 2006, Routledge); Making Families: Moral Tales of Parenting and Stepparenting (with J. Ribbens McCarthy and V. Gillies, 2003, Sociology Press) and Children, Home and School: Resistance, Autonomy or Connection? (ed., 2002, Routledge Falmer). Rosalind's report (with C. Caballero and S.Puthussery) on 'Parenting 'mixed' children: negotiating difference and belonging in mixed race, ethnicity and faith families' will be published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation later this year. Rosalind is also co-editor of the International Journal of Social Research Methodology.

KeywordsFamily Policy careers
Year2008
ConferenceCeGS 10th Annual Lecture
PublisheriCeGS - International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby
Publisher's version
Output statusPublished
Publication dates
Online2008
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Deposited22 Sep 2022
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