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Research and the social work picture

Author: Ian Shaw
Publisher: Bristol Policy Press 2019
Series: Research in social work
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
There's a growing pressure for social workers to engage with research and draw on this in practice. But why is this research important? This first book in the Research in Social Work series, published in association with the European Social Work Research Association, provides an accessible way to think about this question. Drawing on evidence from across Europe, Asia and the USA, it covers how research is conducted,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Shaw
ISBN: 9781447338901 1447338901 9781447338895 1447338898
OCLC Number: 1128846707
Description: ix, 193 Seiten
Contents: What is social work research?Why do research in social work?Doing research applicationMapping social work researchSocial work research over timePlace and spaceSociological social work: a case exampleDoing good social work research
Series Title: Research in social work
Responsibility: Ian Shaw.


Drawing on evidence from across Europe, Asia and the USA, this accessible book covers how social workers can engage with research and draw on it in practice.  Read more...


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"A rich and highly practical resource which opens the door to research for social work practitioners, and both intending and experienced researchers." Roger Smith, Durham University "Each gem of a Read more...

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