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Essential Theory for Social Work Practice (Paperback)
  • Essential Theory for Social Work Practice (Paperback)

Essential Theory for Social Work Practice (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages
Published: 24/12/2015
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Focusing on what students really need to know, this book breaks down all of the key social work theory covered across a students′ training, demystifying complex concepts by demonstrating their application to real-life practice. Multiple case studies highlight applied theory in different practice settings and across issues and challenges that students might face, while self-assessment exercises, practice notes, concise chapter summaries and discussion points help to consolidate their understanding.

New chapters bring the book right up to date and include Relationship-based Work, The Importance of Language, Political Perspectives and Environmental Intervention.

Written by two well-established and expert authors, this is the ′must-have′ theory text for all social work students.

Publisher: SAGE Publishing
ISBN: 9781446285732
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 520 g
Dimensions: 232 x 186 mm

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