Provides a range of accessible and critical articles on current concerns in social work and social welfare. All the material is specially commissioned and aims to provide insights into present and future practice.
Locking up our daughters, Pat Carlen and Julia Wardaugh; social work, justice and the common good, Bill Jordan; clearing a path through the undergrowth - a feminist reading of recent literature on child sexual abuse, Mary Macleod and Ester Saraga; a new model for child care, Andrew Kerslake and Julia Cramp; family centres, Hilary Walker; analyzing policy-practice links in preventive child care, Pauline Hardiker, Ken Exton and Mary Barker; blinded by family feeling? - child protection, feminism and countertransference, Janet Sayers; race, social work and child care, Mark R.D.Johnson; drug problems and social work, Geoffrey Pearson; the last days of "juvenile" justice, Mike Nellis; care in the community - the social security issues, Geoff Fimister; how social fund officers make decisions, Robert Walker; the "new" managerialism in the social services, Aidan Kelly; residential care after Wagner - developments in policy and training, Ian Sinclair and John Brown; a new diploma for social work or Dunkirk as total victory, Noel Timms.
Social Work and Social Welfare Year Book: No. 3 by Volume editor Pam Carter
Volume editor Pam Carter
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Open University Press
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