Marit Skivenes
TitleCited byYear
Child protection systems: International trends and orientations
N Gilbert, N Parton, M Skivenes
OUP USA, 2011
5032011
Child protection systems: International trends and orientations
N Gilbert, N Parton, M Skivenes
OUP USA, 2011
5032011
Balancing a child's best interests and a child's views
D Archard, M Skivenes
The International Journal of Children's Rights 17 (1), 1-21, 2009
1642009
A child perspective and children's participation
M Skivenes, A Strandbu
Children Youth and Environments 16 (2), 10-27, 2006
1442006
Hearing the child
D Archard, M Skivenes
Child & Family Social Work 14 (4), 391-399, 2009
1322009
When whistle-blowing works: The Norwegian case
M Skivenes, SC Trygstad
Human Relations 63 (7), 1071-1097, 2010
962010
Child protection systems within the Danish, Finnish and Norwegian welfare states—time for a child centric approach?
T Pösö, M Skivenes, AD Hestbæk
European Journal of Social Work 17 (4), 475-490, 2014
882014
Norway: Toward a child-centric perspective
M Skivenes
Child protection systems: International trends and orientations, 154-82, 2011
792011
Dimensions of high quality foster care: Parenting plus
JD Berrick, M Skivenes
Children and Youth Services Review 34 (9), 1956-1965, 2012
552012
Collaboration between service users and professionals: Legitimate decisions in child protection–a Norwegian model
E Willumsen, M Skivenes
Child & Family Social Work 10 (3), 197-206, 2005
552005
Child welfare removals by the state: A cross-country analysis of decision-making systems
K Burns, T Pösö, M Skivenes
Oxford University Press, 2017
542017
Changing patterns of response and emerging orientations
N Gilbert, N Parton, M Skivenes
Child protection systems: International trends and orientations, 243-257, 2011
542011
‘Knowing our society’and ‘fighting against prejudices’: How child welfare workers in Norway and England perceive the challenges of minority parents
K Križ, M Skivenes
British Journal of Social Work 40 (8), 2634-2651, 2010
512010
Lost in translation: How child welfare workers in Norway and England experience language difficulties when working with minority ethnic families
K Kriz, M Skivenes
British Journal of Social Work 40 (5), 1353-1367, 2009
502009
Judging the child’s best interests: Rational reasoning or subjective presumptions?
M Skivenes
Acta Sociologica 53 (4), 339-353, 2010
442010
Street-level policy aims of child welfare workers in England, Norway and the United States: An exploratory study
K Križ, M Skivenes
Children and Youth Services Review 40, 71-78, 2014
412014
The formalized framework for decision-making in child protection care orders: A cross-country analysis
JD Berrick, S Peckover, T Pösö, M Skivenes
Journal of European Social Policy 25 (4), 366-378, 2015
402015
Children's involvement in care order decision-making: A cross-country analysis
JD Berrick, J Dickens, T Pösö, M Skivenes
Child abuse & neglect 49, 128-141, 2015
382015
Systemic differences in views on risk: A comparative case vignette study of risk assessment in England, Norway and the United States (California)
K Križ, M Skivenes
Children and Youth Services Review 35 (11), 1862-1870, 2013
382013
Risk assessment and domestic violence–how do child welfare workers in three countries assess and substantiate the risk level of a 5‐year‐old girl?
M Skivenes, H Stenberg
Child & Family Social Work 20 (4), 424-436, 2015
332015
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