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2003 Jordan Institute
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Vol. 8, No. 2
March 2003

References for the Issue on Child
and Family Team Meetings

DeMuro, P. & Rideout, P. (2002). Team decisionmaking. Annie E. Casey Foundation website. Online <>

Florida Partnership Development Action Team. (1999a). Family conferencing/family group decision making. Online <>

Florida Partnership Development Action Team. (1999b). Family conferencing models: Comparison. Online <>

Jordan Institute for Families. (2003). MRS Is system reform (curriculum). Chapel Hill, NC: UNC–Chapel Hill School of Social Work. Online <>

Kessel, B. (February 23, 2002). Personal communication with Buncombe County DSS program administrator, North Carolina.

Morton, T. (2002a, April). Ideas in action: On whose authority? Atlanta, GA: Child Welfare Institute. Online <>

Morton, T. (2002b, June). Commentary: Comparing family conferencing models. Atlanta, GA: Child Welfare Institute. Online <>

N.C. Division of Social Services. (1998). Chapter IV: 1201 Child placement services. In N.C. Division of Social Services Children’s Services Manual. Raleigh, NC: Author. Online <>

Pennell, J. (1999). Mainstreaming family group conferencing: Building and sustaining partnerships. Real Justice. Online <>

Poindexter, B. (February 24, 2002). Personal communication with family meeting facilitator, Catawba County DSS, North Carolina.

Resource Center for Family-Focused Practice. (2003). Family group decision making. UC Davis Extension University of California. Online <>

Restorative Justice Knowledgebase. (2003). Family conferencing overview. London, UK: Crime Concern. Online <>

Spehar, Cherie. (January 2003). Personal communication with training coordinator, N.C. Family-Centered Meetings Project.