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Introduction -- The background to the familial homicide of Peter Connelly -- The denial of crimes against children -- Exploring processes of blame, fear and denial from a psychosocial perspective -- The socio-political and cultural context of the death of Peter Connelly -- The narrative about Baby P emerges -- The identification of a cultural trope that blames social workers for harm to children -- Conclusions and main findings.
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