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Social work in context : [electronic resource] theory and concepts / Lester Parrott, Noreen Maguinness.

By: Parrott, Lester [author.].
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : SAGE, 2017Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781526414878; 1526414872; 9781526414885; 1526414880.Subject(s): Social serviceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 361.3 LOC classification: HV40Online resources: Ebook available via ProQuest Ebook Central; click to view
Contents:
SOCIAL WORK IN CONTEXT- FRONT COVER; SOCIAL WORK IN CONTEXT; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHORS ; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CHAPTER 1- THEORY, IDEOLOGY AND DISCOURSE IN SOCIAL WORK; CHAPTER 2- HAYEK, MARKETS AND SOCIAL WORK ; CHAPTER 3- MANAGEMENT AND MANAGERIALISM; CHAPTER 4- RISK AND SOCIAL WORK ; CHAPTER 5- BOURDIEU AND SOCIAL WORK; CHAPTER 6- NEW APPROACHES TO STIGMA ; CHAPTER 7- A NEW CULTURE OF POVERTY?; CHAPTER 8- GLOBALISATION AND SOCIAL WORK; CHAPTER 9- CONCLUSION; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX
Summary: This book uses key sociological concepts and theories to help student social workers better understand the nature of their work and the context within which they will be working.
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Theory, Ideology and Discourse in Social Work Hayek, Markets and Social Work Management and Managerialism Risk and Social Work Bourdieu and Social Work New Approaches to Stigma A New Culture of Poverty? Globalisation and Social Work Conclusion

SOCIAL WORK IN CONTEXT- FRONT COVER; SOCIAL WORK IN CONTEXT; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHORS ; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CHAPTER 1- THEORY, IDEOLOGY AND DISCOURSE IN SOCIAL WORK; CHAPTER 2- HAYEK, MARKETS AND SOCIAL WORK ; CHAPTER 3- MANAGEMENT AND MANAGERIALISM; CHAPTER 4- RISK AND SOCIAL WORK ; CHAPTER 5- BOURDIEU AND SOCIAL WORK; CHAPTER 6- NEW APPROACHES TO STIGMA ; CHAPTER 7- A NEW CULTURE OF POVERTY?; CHAPTER 8- GLOBALISATION AND SOCIAL WORK; CHAPTER 9- CONCLUSION; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX

This book uses key sociological concepts and theories to help student social workers better understand the nature of their work and the context within which they will be working.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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