pt. I. The social relations of risk ; From social to individual risk ; Risk and social welfare ; The entrenchment of risk assessment in human services -- pt. II. The institutional world ; In the name of risk ; Reducing whose risk? -- pt. III. 'What have they thought of now?'
In At Risk, Karen J. Swift and Marilyn Callahan examine risk and risk assessment in the context of professional practice in child protection, social work, and other human services
Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-265) and index