Fb2 Understanding Social Work: An Empirical Approach ePub
by Eileen Munro
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Athlone Pr (March 1, 1998)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1285 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1552 kb|
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In recent years, social workers have felt under increasing attack from the media and from a management style which has eroded their autonomy. Confidence in the profession's skill and knowledge has been generally undermined.
Professor of Social Policy, London School of Economics. Understanding social work: An empirical approach. Burns & Oates, 1998. Department for Education, 2012.
Social Work Theory, Models and Methods (SOCW4002) (L34803).
Risk management has become the dominant activity in child welfare services in Britain. Understanding social work: An empirical approach more. It has the praiseworthy aim of identifying vulnerable children and protecting them from harm. 4. 0 ISBN 0-7546-1505-7 (hbk) more.
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Understanding social work: An empirical approach. This book is written for anyone involved in child protection and child welfare work who is interested in how to make better childcare decisions. London: Continuum Press. A Treatise of Human Nature. The social work profession suffers from a dearth of empirically based studies of practice outcomes.
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Eileen Munro is an Emeritus Professor of Social Policy in the Department of Social .
Eileen Munro is an Emeritus Professor of Social Policy in the Department of Social Policy. Understanding of the complex causal processes in working with families has triggered a critical interest in the philosophy of social science underlying the evidence-based policy and practice movements. Eileen is a member of the ERC funded project ‘Knowledge for Use’ that is based at Durham University.
Watch Professor Munro’s talk in full above and read some of her key points below. I was critical of what had developed over the previous decades. It was looking at social work as if it was a technical, rational process. One of the great dangers of the managerialist approach is that we’ve forgotte. ow much the human relationship pervades the whole process of trying to engage and work with a family. Your job is not to write beautiful reports and lovely essays.