This introduction to anti-discriminatory practice in social work covers, in turn, each of the major forms of discrimination. The book is a blend of theory and practice which provides a framework for understanding the complex range of issues involved, together with practice guidelines.
This clear and accessible introduction to anti-discriminatory practice in social work covers, in turn, each of the major forms of discrimination. Neil Thompson has written a successful blend of theory and practice which provides a clear framework for understanding the complex range of issues involved, together with practice guidelines for the development of good practice in this vitally important area of social work. The book acts as a foundation for further study and practice development in each of the areas covered - anti-discriminatory practice in relation to sexism, racism, ageism, disablism and so on. An essential text for modern social work.
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Preface - Acknowledgements - Introduction - The Theory Base - Gender and Sexism - Ethnicity and Racism - Ageism and Alienation - Disability and Social Handicap - Other Sources of Oppression - Conclusion - Bibliography - Index
Anti-discriminatory Practice by Neil Thompson
British Association of Social Workers (BASW) Practical Social Work
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