Martin Sheedy, Senior Lecturer and Social Work Programme Leader, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
This book provides social work students and professionals with core knowledge of the most important concepts in the social sciences. Offering a straightforward guide to diverse and complex disciplines, the book will equip and encourage you to delve further into the way societies function and individuals behave.
The book addresses the concepts in social science which are most relevant to social work, among them:Poverty and inequalityMarkets and capitalismSocial classChild developmentThe nature of riskAll entries begin with an initial definition then move to a fuller explanation, taking into account the challenges and issues that social workers face in practice.
The Social Worker's Guide to the Social Sciences is a must-have text for students and practitioners, enabling them to link their understanding of the social sciences to their professional concerns, priorities, needs and interests.
Publisher: Open University Press
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 229 x 155 x 18 mm
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