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Care Leavers' Experiences of Transition and Turning Points: Findings from a Biographical Narrative Study
Social Work and Society
This paper reports on the findings of a PhD research project that set out to explore how young people leaving out of home care experienced and made sense of their transition to adulthood. Using the Biographical Narrative Interpretative Method, in-depth accounts were collected and analysed for eight care leavers. The data suggest that in addition to care leavers living their lives as a series of biographical events, their 'care career', they also experience changes in the way they make sense ofdoaj:509e03445f304042a31db1915d22fc91 fatcat:73slctabuvcihfd73rmxvbnhy4