'...a clear, well written book...It gives an accurate, and, in many ways, an inspiring, sense of what underlies our profession.' - David Pitcher, Senior Practitioner, Plymouth City Council, Children's Services, British Journal of Social Work
Social Work and Powerby Jo Campling (Editor), Roger Smith
Power is an unavoidable issue in social work. This important text explores these complex issues, both at a conceptual and applied level, in order to give students a clear understanding of the theoretical frameworks relevant to practice and to help them begin to think through the challenges they are likely to face and how they will deal with these.
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Dr ROGER SMITH is Professor of Social Work Research at De Montfort University, UK. He qualified as a social worker in 1980, practicing in probation and youth justice settings.He has worked as head of policy with The Children's Society, and as course director for social work at the University of Leicester.
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I thought this book is good, but I needed to read it over again several times to grasp what it was stating.