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Social work: a critical turn

Social work: a critical turn
Social work: a critical turn
Social Work: A Critical Turn is both an introduction to critical social work and an examination of current theory and practice. This volume features contributions from an international group of scholars who define the main theoretical underpinnings of a critical approach to social work and examine innovative practice methods using this approach.
Social Work: A Critical Turn situates critical social work within a theoretical context, comparing it with postmodernist, radical, feminist, anti-racist and structural approaches. It also reviews key issues that require further development in critical social work theory, practice and research
1550771477
Thompson Educational Publishing
Hick, Steven
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Hick, Steven, Fook, Jan and Pozzuto, Richard (eds.) (2004) Social work: a critical turn , Toronto, Canada. Thompson Educational Publishing

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Social Work: A Critical Turn is both an introduction to critical social work and an examination of current theory and practice. This volume features contributions from an international group of scholars who define the main theoretical underpinnings of a critical approach to social work and examine innovative practice methods using this approach.
Social Work: A Critical Turn situates critical social work within a theoretical context, comparing it with postmodernist, radical, feminist, anti-racist and structural approaches. It also reviews key issues that require further development in critical social work theory, practice and research

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Published date: November 2004

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Local EPrints ID: 47419
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/47419
ISBN: 1550771477
PURE UUID: 8bf3b3fa-a556-4705-8978-fa55c547cc78

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Date deposited: 01 Aug 2007
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 21:00

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Editor: Steven Hick
Editor: Jan Fook
Editor: Richard Pozzuto

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