This chapter aims to discuss why child protection practice is gendered in the way it is. Parton and O’Byrne (2000) make the useful distinction between theory of practice and theory for practice. The concern of this chapter is theory of practice. The next chapter will consider theory for practice as well as summarising the lessons of the book.
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