Transforming Social Work Practice: Postmodern Critical Perspectives
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BeschreibungTransforming Social Work Practice shows that postmodern theory offers new strategies for social workers concerned with political action and social justice. It explores ways of developing practice frameworks, paradigms and principles which take advantage of the perspectives offered by postmodern theory without totally abandoning the values of modernity and the Enlightenment project of human emancipation. Case studies demonstrate how these perspectives can be applied to practice.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction 1. Postmodern Critical Theory and Emancipatory Social Work Practice Bob Pease and Jan Fook; Part One 2. Social Work and Its Search for Meaning: Theories, Narratives and Practices Peter Camilleri; 3. The Contemporary Organization of Social Work Gary Hough; Part Two 4. Social Work Ethics: Embracing Diversity? Linda Briskman and Carolyn Noble; 5. Challenging Victimisation in Practice with Young Women Karen Crinall; 6. Offending Mothers: Theorising in a Feminist Minefield Lee Fitzroy; 7. Deconstructing Masculinity: Constructing Emancipatory Practice with Men Bob Pease; Part Three 8. Representing Acitivist Practice Karen Healy; 9. Community Development and a Postmodernism of Resistance Mary Lane; 10. Empowerment: The Modern Social Work Concept 'Par Excellence' Stephen Parker, Jan Fook and Bob Pease; Part Four 11. Postmodernism and the Teaching and Practice of Interpersonal Skills Helen Jessup and Steve Rogerson; 12. Competing Paradigms in Mental Health Education and Practice Lister Bainbridge; 13. Critical Reflectivity in Education and Practice Jan Fook; Part Five 14. Postmodernism, Critical Theory and Social Work Jim Ife; 15. Emancipatory Social Work for a Postmodern Age Jan Fook and Bob Pease.
PortraitBob Pease is Senior Lecturer in Social Science and Social Work at RMIT, Melbourne and author of Men and Sexual Politics and Recreating Men. Jan Fook is Professor of Social Work at Deakin University, Australia and author of Radical Casework and editor of The Reflective Researcher.
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
Erscheinungsdatum: April 1999
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten