Child and Youth Care practice in North America is, as it should be, in constant evolution. A review of the literature, conversations about practice and participation in the activities of the field reveal certain treads or themes which reft.ect the state of the field at this particular point in time. This paper identifies and reft.ects on some of those that seem most relevant to contemporary Child and Youth Care practice in North America.
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"Emerging Themes in Residential Child and Youth Care Practice in North America,"
Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/ijass/vol4/iss2/1