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Echipa redacţională urează un călduros Bun venit doamnei profesor Lena Dominelli si domnului profesor Malcolm Payne, două personalităţi recunoscute la nivel internaţional în domeniul asistenţei sociale, care au acceptat ca începând cu nr. 1/2010 să facă parte din Advisory Board al Revistei de Asistenţă Socială.
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Dr. Kevin Haines

Kevin Haines joined the University of Wales Swansea in 1993 from the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge where he completed an M.Phil and PhD in Criminology before working as a Research Associate on a Home Office funded research project evaluating the introduction of the Youth Court in England & Wales.  At Swansea, Kevin has been the Programme Director of the MA in Applied Criminal Justice & Criminology and Director of the Research Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology.  Kevin is a board member of the Reseau International de Criminologie Juvenile and between 1998 and 2003 he worked with the Romanian Ministry of Justice to establish a national Probation Service and community sentences. Kevin has published widely on topics related to youth justice. Current research interests include: Youth Justice, Youth Crime Prevention, Restorative Justice, Risk and Protective Factors for Juvenile Offending and Social Inclusion. Current projects include:
An evaluation of the Welsh Assembly Government's Extending Entitlement strategy. An evaluation of the effectiveness of Anger Management programmes with young offenders. Research into Public Opinion and juvenile crime and sentencing. Alternative approaches to responding to juvenile anti-social behaviour.

Most recent publications include:

Haines, K. & Case, S. (2005) ‘Promoting Prevention: targeting family-based risk and protective factors for drug use and youth offending in Swansea’, British Journal of Social Work, Vol. 35, pp. 1-18
http://bjsw.oupjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/bch177?ijkey=42EyYoZsbar7w&keytype=ref

Haines, K. & Case, S. (2004) ‘Promoting Prevention: Evaluating a multi-agency initiative of youth consultation and crime prevention in Swansea’, Children & Society, Vol. 18, No. 5, pp. 335-370

Haines, K. & Case, S. (2004) ‘Promoting Prevention: A multi-agency initiative to prevent youth offending through consultation in Swansea schools’ Youth Justice, Vol. 4 No. 2 pp. 117-132

Haines, K. Case, S. Isles, E. Rees, I. & Hancock, A. (2004) Extending Entitlement: Making it Real, Cardiff: Welsh Assembly Government
http://www.learning.wales.gov.uk/pdfs/extending-entitlement-making-real-e.pdf http://www.learning.wales.gov.uk/scripts/fe/news_details.asp?NewsID=1322

Haines, K. & Case, S. (2004) ‘Developing a Computer-Based Interactive Research Questionnaire for Educational Consultation with Young People’, Journal of Society and Information, Vol. 1 Issue 2
http://josi.spaceless.com/article.php?story=20040214052815790

Haines, K. Case, S. & Portwood, J. (2004) Extending Entitlement – Creating Visions of Effective Practice for Young People in Wales, Cardiff: Welsh Assembly Government

Case, S. & Haines, K. (2003) ‘Promoting Prevention: preventing youth drug use in Swansea, UK, by targeting risk and protective factors’, Journal of Substance Use, 8(4) pp. 243-251

Haines, K. & Case, S. (2003) ‘Promoting Positive Behaviour in Schools: The Youth Social Audit’, Youth Justice, Vol. 3 No. 2 pp. 86-103
Key Publications:

Drakeford, M. Haines, K. Cotton, B. & Octigan, M. (2001) Pre-Trial Services and the Probation Service, Cardiff: University of Wales Press

Haines, K. & Drakeford, M. (1998) Young People and Youth Justice, Basingstoke: Macmillan