Explore how ideology impinges on communicative competency in practice, especially legal venues such as child protective investigations and services.Explore the extent to which distorted communication
practices occur at the level of the intersubjective relations between the
system (as represented by the various actors in child protection practice) and the
live world (as represented by the client) using the following ideologies of
Sinclair's: blame, bureaucratic, medical, penal, humanistic, and technocratic.