Discusses pertinent social work issues such as inequality and risk, the voluntary sector, and service-user involvement
Examines values such as democracy, solidarity, accountability, participation, justice, equality, liberty and diversity
Offers an accessible writing style, drawing on diverse examples to illustrate theoretical concepts.
Reclaiming Social Work is an accessible yet challenging book and will be essential reading for all social work students and practitioners wanting to think outside the boundaries of their profession. The book will be particularly helpful to students taking courses in anti-oppressive practice, social work values, social work theories and concepts, and international social work.
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