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Social Work Futures

Crossing Boundaries, Transforming Practice
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Social Work Futures: Crossing Boundaries, Transforming Practice
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Social Work Futures: Crossing Boundaries, Transforming Practice is the third and final volume in the trilogy begun by Social Work: Themes, Issues and Critical Debates and Critical Practice in Social Work. Edited by the same highly regarded team and bringing together a mix of established scholars and newer voices, the book follows a similar three-part structure to its companions but is carefully designed to complement rather than overlap with these. Its distinctive focus is on the development of practice through deepened understanding of social work processes, organizational settings and the evidence base for practice and multiprofessional working. The text is relevant across the entire undergraduate degree in social work and pitched accordingly, but its unique chapters focused on researching social work will be particularly useful to students on placement, doing dissertation work or engaged in continuing professional development.

Table of Contents

Introduction; Editors' Introductory Chapter to the Book; R. Adams, L. Dominelli & M. Payne; Part One: Social Work Processes; Perspectives on Social Work Processes; M. Payne; Assessment; N. Baldwin & C. Walker; Planning; M. Holloway; Intervention; S. M. Ng & C. Chan; Review; L. Bell; Part Two: Social Work Practice Issues; Dilemmas of Practice: Working Within and Across Boundaries; R. Adams; Risk and Protection; V. Cree & S. Wallace; Troubled and in Trouble; A. Grier & T. Thomas; Sexuality, Care and Control; S. Hicks; Frailty and Dignity; H. Gorman; Empowerment and Partnership; L. Sayce; Global and Local; D. Hayes; Public and Private: Legal and Illicit Drug Use; F. Measham & I. Paylor; Confidentiality and Transparency; L. Briskman; Part Three: Enquiring Social Work; Social Work as a Research Process; L. Dominelli; Getting Started; S. Banks & D. Barnes; Carrying Out; H. Cosis Brown; Producing Results; V. Sewpapul & T. Raniga; Using and Evaluating the Research; B. Humphries; Editors' Concluding Chapter to the Book; R. Adams, L. Dominelli & M. Payne

Author Biography

ROBERT ADAMS is Visiting Professor of Social Work, University of Teesside, UK. He has worked in social work and criminal justice settings and is the author of a number of books, including Social Policy for Social Work and Quality Social Work. LENA DOMINELLI is Professor of Social and Community Development and Director of the Centre for International Social and Community Development in the Department of Social Work Studies at the University of Southampton, UK. She has written 18 books, including Anti-Racist Social Work (second edition) and Sociology for Social Wo
Release date Australia
April 13th, 2005
Audiences
  • General (US: Trade)
  • Tertiary Education (US: College)
Contributors
  • Edited by Lena Dominelli
  • Edited by Malcolm Payne
  • Edited by Robert Adams
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
illustrations
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
368
Dimensions
156x234x21
ISBN-13
9781403916143
Product ID
1631963

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