2009
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Abstract: The data reported in this article by Jesús Palacios and Jesús M Jiménez come from a study of foster care in Andalusia, southern Spain. In Andalusia, as in the rest of Spain, kinship care is far more frequent than non-relative foster care. The authors explore the differences between these two types of foster care arrangement in a number of areas: socio-demographic profiles; children's stimulation and patterns of rearing; stress, informal support and needs; formal support and relationships with child protection … Show more

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“…This is not only a regional idiosyncrasy but is also reflected in international research. From their comparison of kin and non-kin foster carers in Spain, for instance, Palacios and Jimenez (2009) found that the former experienced higher levels of stress compared with the latter. Thus, 85% of their sample of 56 highly stressed carers fell into the kinship category compared with only 15% of non-kinship carers.…”
Section: Reviewing the Needs Of Kinship Carersmentioning
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“…This is not only a regional idiosyncrasy but is also reflected in international research. From their comparison of kin and non-kin foster carers in Spain, for instance, Palacios and Jimenez (2009) found that the former experienced higher levels of stress compared with the latter. Thus, 85% of their sample of 56 highly stressed carers fell into the kinship category compared with only 15% of non-kinship carers.…”
Section: Reviewing the Needs Of Kinship Carersmentioning
“…Moreover, since many kinship placements arise due to a family crisis, carers may not have adequate time, nor the financial and practical resources, to prepare for the imposed changes (Coakley et al, 2007;Palacios and Jimenez, 2009). Moreover, the sense of being ill-prepared, can accentuate stress in the early stages of the placement (Denby, 2011b).…”
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“…In the USA, the early findings of Dubowitz (1990), Berrick et al (1994), Iglehart (1994), and Chipungu and Everett (1998) have been further reinforced through the work of Keller, Wetherbee, LeProhn, Kelly, and Lamont (2001) and Metzer (2008). In Denmark the work of Knudsen, Egelund, and Hestbaek (2009) is relevant, as is the Dutch study by Strijker, Knorth, and Knot-Dickscheit (2008) and that by Palacios and Jiménez (2009) in Spain.…”
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“…Benefits to such care arrangements have been highlighted (Broad, 2004;Burgess et al, 2010;Cuddeback, 2004;Farmer, 2009;Kroll, 2007;Mentor UK, 2010;Raghunandan & Leschied, 2010), although some authors have suggested that kinship care is not necessarily more beneficial than the alternatives (Burgess et al, 2010;Farmer, 2009;Kroll, 2007;Palacios & Jimenez, 2009). One study highlighted the risks of kinship care if the carer, and the child(ren) they are caring for, are not adequately supported -'.…”
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