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Working in Statutory Contexts

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Working in Statutory Contexts by Andrew Hill
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Doing social work in a statutory setting is a challenge that all social workers will face. Social workers are required to work with people who don t necessarily want their help and who may be antagonistic or even hostile. In such cases, social workers must use their statutory powers with confidence and work effectively within the constraints of procedure and the law. This thoughtful and practical book focuses on the universal skills that are needed to do this important kind of social work, and to do it well. Drawing on social work s diverse knowledge base through extensive examples and case studies, Andrew Hill illustrates key skills in practice, such as responding to threats of violence and aggression, giving evidence in court, report writing, and coping with emotional issues. As well as promoting practical skills, the book underlines the importance of working as a reflective practitioner. It carefully outlines a framework for understanding the place of statutory work and how this may be consistent with empowerment and anti-oppressive practice, and with the straightforward desire to help others that brings people into social work in the first place. This book is relevant to all social work settings including mental health, community care, youth justice, and child protection. It will be essential reading for social work students and newly qualified social workers who are facing up to the realities of social work in statutory settings for the first time.

Author Biography

Andrew Hill, Lecturer in Social Work, University of York
Release date Australia
April 9th, 2010
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Polity Press
Pages
200
Dimensions
152x226x16
ISBN-13
9780745642703
Product ID
4121739

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