The Values of Change in Social Work By Steven Shardlow
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The Values of Change in Social Work
by Steven Shardlow
Examining the major developments in social work from moral, philosophical and political perspectives, the contributors to this text analyse social work values and place them firmly in a modern, practical context.
UK contributors: Noel Timms, Professor of Social WOrk, University of Sheffield; Michael Bayley, lecturer in Social Administration, Sheffield; Mike Simpkin, GP attached social worker, Sheffield; Eric Sainsbury, Professor of Social Administration, University of Sheffield; Malcolm Payne, Head of Applied Community Studies, Manchester Polytechnic; Terry Bamford, Director of Social Services, Co. Armagh; Olive Stevenson, Professor of Social Work Studies, University of Nottingham; Juliet Cheetham, Professor of Social Work, University of Stirling; Stuart Etherington, London.
The Values of Change in Social Work by Steven Shardlow
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