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Module one:
CCETSW (1995) Assuring Quality in the Diploma in Social Work – 1, Rules and Requirements for the Diploma in Social Work, Central Council forEducation and Training in Social Work, London.

Goffman, E. (1971; first published 1959) The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life, Penguin, Harmondsworth.

Mackay, L. (1993) Conflicts in Care: Medicine and Nursing, Chapman & Hall, London.

Stein, L. (1978) Readings in Sociology of Nursing, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh.

Svensson, R. (1996) ‘The interplay between doctors and nurses – a negotiated order perspective’, Sociology of Health and Illness, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 379–98.

Module two:
Care Sector Consortium (1992) Care Awards, Local Government Management Board, London.

Care Sector Consortium (1997) Review of the Care Sector Awards: Values and Principles of Good Practice and their Implementation, CCS, London.

Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (1997) Northern Ireland Annual Abstract of Statistics, No. 15, HMSO, London.

The Open University (1996) K503 Learning Disability: Working as Equal People, Building Your Portfolio, The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Redman, W. (1994) Portfolio for Development: A Guide for Trainers and Managers, Kogan Page, London.

Module three:
Brown, H. and Smith, H. (1989) ‘Whose “ordinary life” is it anyway?’, Disability, Handicap and Society, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp.105–19.

Craft, A. and Brown, H. (1994) ‘Personal relationships and sexuality: the staff role’, in Craft, A. (ed.) Practical Issues in Sexuality and Learning Disabilities, Routledge, London, pp. 10–22.

Enfield Social Services (1996) Guidelines on Professional Boundaries London Borough of Enfield, London.

Hochschild, A. (1983) The Managed Heart, University of California Press, Berkeley.

Hughes, E. (1971) ‘Good people and dirty work’, in The Sociological Eye: Selected Papers, Aldine Atherton, Chicago.

Lawler, J. (1991) Behind the Screens: Nursing Somology and the Problem of the Body, Churchill Livingstone, Melbourne.

Menzies, I. (1970) The Functioning of Social Systems as a Defence Against Anxiety, Tavistock, London.

Oliver, J. (1983) ‘The caring wife’ in Finch, J. and Groves, D. (eds) A Labour of Love: Women, Work and Caring, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, pp.72–89.

Pascall, G. (1986) Social Policy: A Feminist Analysis, Tavistock, London.

Sobsey, D. (1994)Violence and Abuse in the Lives of People with Disabilities, Brookes, Baltimore.

Thompson, D., Clare, I. and Brown, H. (1997) ‘Not such an “ordinary” relationship: the role of women support staff in relation to men with learning disabilities who have difficult sexual behaviour’, Disability and Society, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 573–92.

Module four:
Care Sector Consortium (1992) Care Awards, Local Government Management Board, London.

Care Sector Consortium (1997) Review of the Care Sector Awards: Values and Principles of Good Practice and their Implementation, CCS, London.

Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (1997) Northern Ireland Annual Abstract of Statistics, No. 15, HMSO, London.

The Open University (1996) K503 Learning Disability: Working as Equal People, Building Your Portfolio, The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Redman, W. (1994) Portfolio for Development: A Guide for Trainers and Managers, Kogan Page, London.

Module five:
Alzheimer's Disease Society (1996) Information Sheet 1, Alzheimer's Disease Society, Gordon House, 10 Greencoat Place, London SW1P 1PH.

Arias, E.G. (ed.) (1993) The Meaning and Use of Housing, Avebury, Aldershot.

Department of Health (2001) The Children Act Now: Messages from Research, The Stationery Office, London.

Dunlop, A. (1994) Hard Architecture and Human Scale. Designing Environments for People with Dementia, Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling.

Hopson, B. and Adams, J. (1976) 'Towards an undersanding of transition: defining some boundaries of transition dynamics', in Adams J., Hayes, H. and Hopson, B. (eds) Transition: Understanding and Managing Personal Change, Martin Robertson, London.

Hudson, J., Watson, L. and Allan, G. (1996) Moving Obstacles: Housong Choices and Community Care, The Policy Press, Bristol.

Leiberman, M. A. and Tobin, S. S. (1983) The Experience of Old Age: Stresss, Coping and Survival, Basic Books, New York.

Low, S.M. and Altman, I. (1992) 'Place attachment: a conceptual inquiry' in Altman, I. and Low, S.M. (eds) Place Attachment, Plenum Press, New York.

Marsh, P. (1997) 'Child care', Research Matters, Community Care, Oct. 1996 - April 1997, pp. 60-62.

Marshall, M. (1993) Small Scale, Domestic Style, Longstay Accomodation for People with Dementia, Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling.

Marshall, M. (2001) 'Dementia and technology' in Peace, S., and Holland, C. (eds) Inclusive Housing in an Ageing Society, Policy Press, Bristol.

Parkes, C.M. (1986) Bereavement: Studies of Grief in Adult Life (2nd edn), Tavistock, London.

Reed, J. and Roskell Payton, V. (1995) Settling In and Moving On: The Transition to Care Home, paper given at the Annual Conference of the British Society of Gerontology, University of Keele. Amended version of paper to be published in the journal Social Policy and Administration in 1998.

Rubinstein, R. and Parmelee, P. (1992) 'Attachment to place and the representation of the life course by the elderly', in Altman, I. and Low, S.M. (eds) Place Attachment, Plenum Press, New York.

Sidell, M. (1993) 'Death, dying and bereavement', in Bond, J. Coleman, P. and Peace, S. (eds) Ageing in Society, Sage Publications, London.

Sixsmith, J. and Sixsmith, S. (1990) 'Places in transition: the impact of life events on the experience of home', in Putnam, T. and Newton, C. (eds) Household Choice, Futura, London.

Sommerville, P. (1994) The Meaning of Home for African-Caribbean-British People, paper presented at the conference Ideal Homes? Towards a Sociology of Domestic Architecture and Interior Design, University of Teeside, September 6-8th, 1994.

Module six:
Ahmad, W.I.U. and Atkin, K. (eds) (1996) ‘Race’ and Community Care, Buckingham, Open University Press.

Alibhai-Brown, Y. (2000) Who do we think we are? Imagining the new Britain, London, The Penguin Press.

Beveridge, W.H. (1942) Social Insurance and Allied Services, Cmd 6404, London, HMSO.

Burchardt, T., Hills, J. and Propper, C. (1999) Private Welfare and Public Policy, York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Dean, H. (1999) ‘Citizenship’ in Powell, M. (ed.) New Labour, New Welfare State? The ‘third way’ in British social policy, Bristol, Policy Press.

Etzioni, A. (1995) The Spirit of Community: Rights, responsibilities and the communitarian agenda, London, Fontana Press.

Evandrou, M. (2000) ‘Social inequalities in later life: the socio-economic position of older people from ethnic minority groups in Britain’, Population Trends, vol. 101, p. 11–18.

Graham, H. (1983) ‘Caring: a labour of love’, in Finch, J. and Groves, D. (eds) A Labour of Love: Women, work and caring, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Green, D.G. (1999) An End to Welfare Rights: The rediscovery of independence, London, Institute of Economic Affairs.

Guardian (1999) ‘Guarded welcome for promise to create “opportunity for all”’, 22 September.

Hadley, R. and Clough, R. (1997) Care in Chaos: Frustration and challenge in community care, London, Cassell.

Hewitt, M. (1998) ‘Social policy and human need’, in Ellison, N. and Pierson, C. (eds) Developments in British Social Policy, Basingstoke, Macmillan, pp. 61–77.

Hillery, J. (1955) ‘Definitions of community: areas of agreement’, Rural Sociology, vol. 20, pp. 111–23.

Johnson, J. (1998) ‘The emergence of care as policy’, in Brechin, A., Walmsley, J., Katz, J. and Peace, S. (eds), pp. 139–53.

Lister, R. (1998) ‘Vocabularies of citizenship and gender: the UK’, Critical Social Policy, vol. 56, no. 18 (3), pp. 309–31.

Parker, R. (1981) ‘Tending and social policy’, in Goldberg, E.M. and Hatch, S. (eds) A New Look at the Personal Social Services, London, Policy Studies Institute Discussion Paper No 4.

Phillipson, C. (1998) Reconstructing Old Age: New agendas in social theory and practice, London, Sage.

Sevenhuijsen, S. (2000) ‘Caring in the third way: the relation between obligation, responsibility and care in Third Way discourse’, Critical Social Policy, vol. 62, no. 20 (1), pp. 5–37.

Stacey, M. (1969) ‘The myth of community studies’, British Journal of Sociology, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 134–47.

Taylor-Gooby, P. (1999) ‘Opportunity's knocks’, Guardian, 28 September.

Tronto, J. (1994) Moral Boundaries: A political argument for an ethic of care, London, Routledge.

Williams, F. (1989) Social Policy: a critical introduction, Cambridge, Polity Press.

Williams, R. (1983) Keywords: A vocabulary of culture and society, London, Flamingo.
Yeo, E. and Yeo, S. (1998) ‘On the uses of “community”: from Owenism to the present’, in Yeo, S. (ed.) New Views of Co-operation, London, Routledge.

Module seven:
Ariès, P. (1976) Western Attitudes Towards Death, Marion Boyars, London.

Cartwright, A., Hockey, L. and Anderson, J. (1973) Life before Death, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London.

Dinnage, R. (1990) The Ruffian on the Stair: Reflections on Death, Viking, London.

Fenwick, P. and Fenwick, E. (1996) ‘The near-death experience’ in P.Badham and P.Ballard (eds) Facing Death, University of Wales Press, Cardiff.

Field, D. and Jones, M. (1993) ‘Where and how people die’, in D. Clark et al. (eds).

Glaser, B.G. and Strauss, A.L. (1967) The Discovery of Grounded Theory, Aldine, New York.

Grey, M. (1985) Return from Death, Arkana, London.

Hart, B., Sainsbury, P. and Short, S. (1998) ‘Whose dying? A sociological critique of a "good death"‘, Mortality, Vol. 3, No. 1, March.

Hockings, J. (1988) Walking the Tightrope: Living Positively With AIDS, ARC and HIV, Gale Centre Publications, Loughton.

Hope, J. (1990) ‘Can there really be life after death?’, Daily Mail, 5 October.

Ivan, L. and Melrose, M. (1986) The Way We Die, Angel Press, Chichester.

Neuberger, J. and White, J.A. (1991) A Necessary End: Attitudes to Death, Macmillan, London.

Sabom, M. (1982) Recollections of Death: a Medical Investigation, Harper & Row, New York.

Scott, T. (1990) ‘Just a few months’ in H. Alexander (ed.) Living with Dying, BBC Publications, London.

Seymour, J. and Clark, D. (1998) ‘Phenomenological approaches to palliative care research’, Palliative Medicine, Vol. 12, pp. 127–131.

Toates, F. (1999) ‘Human consciousness and the near death experience’ in SK220 Human Biology and Health, Offprint III, The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Weisman, A. (1972) On Dying and Denying, Behavioural Publications, New York.

Widgery, D. (1993) ‘Not going gently’ in Dickenson, D. and Johnson, M. (eds) Death, Dying and Bereavement, 1st edn, Sage, London, pp. 16–20.

Module eight:
Bradley, J. and Specht, D. (1999) ‘Successful ageing and creativity in later life’, Journal of Ageing Studies, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 457–472.

Boyle, G. (2005) ‘The role of autonomy in explaining mental ill-health and depression among older people in long-term care settings’, Ageing and Society, vol. 25, no. 5, pp. 731–748.

Gilligan, R. (2001) ‘Promoting positive outcomes for children in need: the assessment of positive factors’ in Horwath, J. (ed.) The Child's World, London, Jessica Kingsley.

Hopson, B. and Adams, J. (1976) ‘Towards an understanding of transition’ in Adams, J., Hopson, B. and Hayes, H. (eds) Transition: Understanding and Managing Personal Change, London, Martin Robertson and Co.

Hubbard, G., Tester, S. and Downs, M. (2003) ‘Meaningful social interactions between older people in institutional care settings’, Ageing and Society, vol. 23, pp. 99–114.

Korbasa, S., Maddi, S. and Courington, S. (1981) ‘Personality and constitution as mediators in the stress-illness relationship’, Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, vol. 22, pp. 368–378.

Lee, D, Woo, J. and Mackenzie, A. (2002) ‘A review of older people's experience with residential care placement’, Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 19–27.

Nakashima, M. and Canda, E. (2005) ‘Positive dying and resiliency in later life: a qualitative study’, Journal of Aging Studies, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 109–125.

Parkes, C.M. (1993) ‘Bereavement as a psychosocial transition: processes of adaptation to change’ in Dickenson, D. and Johnson, M. (eds) Death, Dying and Bereavement, London, Sage in association with The Open University.

Pearlin, N.I. and Schooler, C. (1978) ‘The structure of coping’, Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, vol. 19, pp. 2–21.

Phillips, J. and Waterson, J. (2002) ‘Care management and social work: a case study of the role of social work in hospital discharge to residential or nursing home care’, European Journal of Social Work, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 171–186.

Philpot, T. (2005) ‘Design principal’, Community Care, 8 September, pp. 36–37.

Reed, J., Roskell Payton, V. and Bond, S. (1998) ‘Settling in and moving on: transience and older people in care homes’, Social Policy and Administration, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 151–165

Schweitzer, P. (2004) ‘Ah yes, I remember it well’, Community Care, 25 March, pp . 40–41.

Whitaker, D., Archer, L. and Hicks, L. (1998) Working in Children's Homes: Challenges and Complexities, Chichester, Wiley.

Wright, F. (2000) ‘The role of family care-givers for an older person resident in a care home’, British Journal of Social Work, vol. 30, pp. 649–661.

Youll, P. and McCourt-Perring, C. (1993) Raising Voices: Ensuring Quality in Residential Care, London, HMSO.

Module nine:
West, S. (2000) Your Rights: A guide to money benefits for older people, London, Age Concern England.

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