This exciting book draws together the key contemporary theories, theorists, and perspectives used in social work and explains how they are applied in practice and critiqued by social workers. Key Features
- Provides an outline of the contribution made by a key theorist, theory, or perspective to social work
- Offers a selective bibliography of each thinker or approach Includes a glossary defining key traditions, with cross links to key theorists and perspectives
- Illustrates a timeline of key publications
- Presents study questions at the end of each chapter
The book is valuable for undergraduate, graduate students, and researchers in social work.