Social theory, social change and social work.
By: PARTON, Nigel.Publisher: London Routledge 1996Description: viii, 238p.ISBN: 0415126975; 9780203433515 (electronic bk.); 0203433513 (electronic bk.); 0415126983.Subject(s): SOCIAL POLICY : WELFARE ADMINISTRATION QAG P | POLICY : SOCIAL WELFARE QAG POther classification: QAG P Online resources: Fulltext available via EBSCOhost - Shibboleth login required
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Social theory, social change and social work: an introduction (Nigel Parton) ; Social work through the looking glass (Jeff Hopkins) ; After social work? (John Clarke) ; Postmodernism, feminism and the question of difference (Fiona Willams) ; Surface and depth in social-work practice (David Howe) ; Social, risk and 'the blaming system' (Nigel Parton) ; Telling tales: probation in the contemporary social formation (Robert Harris) ; The future of social work with older people in a changing world (Judith Phillips) ; Social work with children and families: from child welfarfe to child protection (Olive Otway) ; Regulation for radicals: the state, CCETSW and the academy (David Webb) ; Anti-intellectualism and the peculiarities of British social work education (Chris Jones).