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Parenting Support in the Dutch ‘Participation Society’

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 July 2015

Trudie Knijn
Affiliation:
Centre for Social Policy and Social Intervention Studies (SOPINS), Utrecht University E-mail: G.C.M.Knijn@uu.nl
Marit Hopman
Affiliation:
Centre for Social Policy and Social intervention Studies (SOPINS), Utrecht University E-mail: m.hopman@uu.nl
Corresponding

Abstract

This article focuses on ‘the turn to parenting’ in the Netherlands and embeds it in a major reform called ‘transition and transformation’. While support for parenting by way of public healthcare and denominational family care and advice has a long tradition in the Netherlands, the field gained new importance in the 1990s under the influence of medical and psychological ‘scientification’ and the introduction of evidence-based methods. Current reforms are modulated with a critique of specialised forms of parent support and (re-)introduce a community- and family-based approach in which professionals are charged with helping families to help themselves and with guiding and supervising volunteers who actually do the job of parenting support.

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Themed Section on Parenting Support in European Countries: A Complex Development in Social Policy
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