What is social work? : contexts and perspectives / Nigel Horner.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Transforming social work practicePublication details: London : 2019. Learning Matters, c2019.Edition: Fifth editionDescription: xvii, 257 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmContent type:
- 9781473989481 (paperback)
- HV245 H78 2019
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 226-244) and index.
Introduction and the core themes -- The beginnings of social work: ‘the comfort of strangers’ -- Social work with children, young people and families -- Working with people with learning difficulties (or learning disabilities) -- Social work with people experiencing mental distress -- Social work and older people --
Formalising and consolidating social work as a profession -- Current services, practices and social work education issues -- Summarizing remarks and signposts -- Appendix 1: Professional capabilities framework -- Appendix 2: Subject benchmark for social work Appendix 3: A code of ethics for social work (BASW) values and principles -- Appendix 4: Mapping services in modern social work and social care settings -- Appendix 5: Timeline of the development of social work -- Appendix 6: Summary of recommendations from the Munro report -- Appendix 7: What is social work? -- Appendix 8: the seven principles of public life.
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