Battling back Re-building up validity in the consequence of Baby P

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Mindful news-casting getting it done.

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Battling back! Re-building up believability in the result of Baby P Patrick Ayre Department of Applied Social Studies University of Bedfordshire CDSCP Lunchtime workshop

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Responsible news-casting getting it done "Today The Sun has requested equity for Baby P — and pledges not to rest until those despicably ducking fault for coming up short the tot are SACKED" "The way that Baby P was permitted to pass on notwithstanding 60 visits from Haringey Social Services is a national disfavor. I trust that ALL the social laborers required on account of Baby P ought to be sacked - and never permitted to work with helpless youngsters again. I approach Beverley Hughes, the Children's Minister, and Ed Balls, the Education Secretary, to guarantee that those mindful are expelled from their positions instantly" . ( (The Sun, 13 November 2008)

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Responsible news coverage getting it done Nothing says 'due procedure of law' like lights and pitchforks

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How did we get where we are currently? Deprofessionalisation Part of a more extensive pattern Managerialism, McDonaldisation and the review culture Management by outside targets Professionals not to be confided in

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How did we get to where we are currently? Look into Legal and ill-disposed setting of youngster security Child manhandle embarrassments

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Climatic conditions Climate of dread Climate of doubt Climate of fault

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Climatic conditions Climate of dread Climate of question Climate of fault

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Climate of question 'Kid stealers' who 'seize dozing kids amidst the night'; 'abusers of specialist, insane and harmful', 'roused by fanaticism as opposed to truths' or 'like the SAS in cardigans and Hush Puppies'. Then again, they are 'gullible, mishandling, effortlessly palmed off', 'clumsy, hesitant and hesitant to mediate' and 'excessively trusting with excessively liberal an expert viewpoint'.

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Climate of doubt The social specialist who removed a tyke from its folks The social laborer who neglected to remove a tyke from its folks

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Climatic conditions Climate of dread Climate of question Climate of fault

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Trusting systems Procedural multiplication Blaming and preparing The myth of consistency

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Blaming and preparing Accident successions start with issues emerging in administration procedures, for example, arranging, determining, conveying, directing and creating. Dormant disappointments made by hierarchical blunders are 'transmitted along different authoritative and departmental pathways to the working environment where they make the nearby conditions that advance the commission of mistakes and infringement (e.g. high workload, lacking devices and gear, time weight, exhaustion, low resolve, clashes amongst authoritative and gathering standards and so forth'. In this investigation, 'individuals at the sharp end are viewed as the inheritors instead of the instigators of a mischance succession' (Reason, 1995 p.1711).

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Procedures as a net to catch issues

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Procedures as a net to catch issues

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Procedures as a net to catch issues

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Procedures as a net to catch issues

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Media methodology (Call that a system?) Paranoia Avoidance Leaving a lot of space for the 'lease a quotes'.

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Media system: the young men in blue Ongoing media technique building understanding and constructive discernment Confident, self-assured, PROACTIVE Drip nourish uplifting news Quick and prepared with a representative (scarcely ever the Chief Constable) Go with the stream

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Fighting back Reprofessionalise Fight the dread, doubt and point the finger at Build certainty and skill Let the world know the amount we are accomplishing

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