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Radical social work in practice: Making a difference
Radical social work is a tradition often identified exclusively with the movement which developed in the UK in the 1970s, yet as this much-needed new textbook demonstrates, the relevance of radical approaches to contemporary social work practice have never been stronger. Challenges to a neoliberal approach to social work have been gaining ground academically, and, to a les ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published May 14th 2009 by Policy Press
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A fantastic exploration of the current state of British social work, and the impending crisis of managerialism. The introductions to some of the chapters also do a solid job of linking political discourse to subsequent policy shifts, which in turn are linked to the effects on frontline workers and service users. In many ways, this ability to follow broad social/political discourse all the way into the office and homes of our clients is lacking in much of social work education, especially here in ...more