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Critical practice in social work

Author: Robert Adams; Lena Dominelli; Malcolm Payne
Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2002.
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Conceived as a complementary volume to Social Work: Themes, Issues and Critical Debates, this new text focuses on social work values, on areas of particular practice and on management issues relevant to all social workers.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Adams; Lena Dominelli; Malcolm Payne
ISBN: 033392553X 9780333925539
OCLC Number: 48535035
Description: xxii, 358 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction; R.Adams, L.Dominelli & M.Payne - On Being Critical in Social Work; M. Payne, R. Adams & L. Dominelli - PART 1: VALUES INTO CRITICAL PRACTICE - Values in Social Work: Contested Entities with Enduring Qualities; L.Dominelli - Professional Values and Accountabilities; S.Banks - Identities, Individual Rights and Social Justice; C.Clark - Evaluating Practice; N.Frost - Intervention and Empowerment; J.Dalrymple and B.Burke - Persistent Oppressions: the Example of Domestic Violence; A.Mullender - 'Glassed In': Problematising Women's Reproductive Rights under the New Reproductive Technologies; L.Dominelli - PART 2: DEVELOPING CRITICAL PRACTICE - Developing Critical Practice in Social Work; R.Adams - Child Protection; J.Pinkerton - Fostering and Adoption: H.Cosis-Brown - Looked After Children; C.Wattam, S.Hicks & F.Young - Family-based Work; K.Morris - Youth Offending and Criminal Justice; K.Haines - Community Work; K.Popple - Care Management; M.Lloyd - Mental Health; D.Bailey - Physical Disability; B.Sapey - Learning Disability; T.Stainton - Older People; M.Ray & J.Phillips - Dying and Bereavement; C.Currer - PART 3: MANAGING AND ORGANISING PRACTICE - Management; M.Payne - Managing the Workload; J.Orme - Supervising and Being Supervised; J.Phillipson - Co-ordination and Teamwork; M.Payne - Assessment and Planning; J.Milner and P.O'Byrne - Managing Risk and Decision-Making; T.O'Sullivan - Managing Finances; J.Manthorpe and G.Bradley - Quality Assurance; R.Adams - Reorganising Agencies; D.Peryer - Concluding Comments: Facilitating Critical Practice; R.Adams, L.Dominelli & M.Payne - Bibliography - Author Index - Subject Index
Responsibility: edited by Robert Adams, Lena Dominelli and Malcolm Payne.

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Focusing on social work values, on areas of particular practice (children, families and vulnerable adults) and on management issues relevant to all social workers, this work offers an overview both  Read more...

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