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Transforming society? : social work and sociology

Author: Vicky Price; Graeme Simpson; Jo Campling
Publisher: Bristol : Policy, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This book explores the sociological basis of contemporary society and shows how social workers experience tensions and contradictions in practice.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Vicky Price; Graeme Simpson; Jo Campling
ISBN: 9781861347428 1861347421 1861347413 9781861347411
OCLC Number: 427500897
Description: iv, 185 p
Contents: Contents: Introduction; Part One: Social exclusion and 'the poor': Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Part Two: Production: Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Part Three: Reproduction: Chapter 5; Chapter 6; Part Four: Consumption: Chapter 7; Chapter 8; Part Five: Community: Chapter 9; Chapte 10; Conclusion: using sociology to inform practice: Bringing it all together: sociology and social work; Social work at the crossroads?
Responsibility: Vicky Price and Graeme Simpson ; editor, Jo Campling.
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"The sociological imagination has always been at the heart of good social work practice, even if it has been eclipsed in recent years by individualism and managerialism. This exciting and accessible Read more...

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