Recording in Social Work - Routledge Revivals: Noel Timms (Hardback)Noel Timms (author)
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Originally published in 1972 Recording in Social Work looks at how recording has always been claimed as one of the necessary activities of social workers, whatever form of social work they undertake. The book deals systematically with recording, and the theory and practice recording takes, as well as the research projects and small-scale studies which discuss critically certain aspects of the method. The book offers a review of the history of recording, including a critical discussion of the three early texts on the subject. It surveys the literature on purposes of recording and concludes with an analysis of the main issues surrounding recording. The book assesses the present position of theory and practice in social work recording and suggests both ways in which the subject can be developed and the wider context.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 122
Weight: 390 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
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