Expand your reading list by checking out some of these useful journal articles.
Kelada, L., Hasking, P. and Melvin, G. (2016) ‘Adolescent NSSI and recovery: the role of family functioning and emotion regulation’, Youth & Society, 1–22.
Punch, S. and McIntosh, I. (2014) ‘“Food is a funny thing within residential child care”: Intergenerational relationships and food practices in residential care’, Childhood, 21(1): 72–86.
Ross, N. J., Renold, E., Holland, S. And Hillman, A. (2009) ‘Moving stories: using mobile methods to explore the everyday lives of young people in public care’, Qualitative Research, 9(5): 605-623.