This significant and distinctive text demonstrates the relationship between social work and sociological theory. It provides students with a strong knowledge base to support the development of critical social work practice. By integrating both theory and practice to cover a wide range of sociological material, the text: an Demonstrates how different sociological theories can inform social work practice with different service user groups an Addresses the complex sociological debate around globalisation and post-modernism and their social work implications an Compares social work on both national and international levels, incorporating a wealth of international practice examples an Offers both Eastern and Western perspectives on global trends affecting both sociology and social work Each chapter defines and explains the complex jargon associated with sociology and then illustrates their relevance to social work practice. Adopting a step-by-step approach, Oak provides social work students with the conceptual tools necessary for competent practice.This book seeks to use sociology to inform social work critical reflexive skills in several ways. ... two ways: in the way it uses Wright-Millsa#39; sociological analysis ( 1959) and the way it explores sociologya#39;s relationship to social work. For example:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Social Work and Social Perspectives|
|Author||:||Ms Eileen Oak|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2008-11-24|