Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics | 1st Edition
AUTHOR: Academic Press Staff
PUBLISHER: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
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Professor Viviene E. Cree, School of Social & Political Science, The University of Edinburgh, UK
This practical book provides a basic introduction to the most commonly used theories and methods in social work practice. The book explores the concept of a theory and a method, the difference between the two and the ways in which they are connected. Teater also discusses the social worker-client relationship and offers a handy overview of anti-oppressive practice.
Assuming little to no prior knowledge, each chapter explores a single theory or method in depth and uses a variety of interactive tools to encourage you to explore your own thoughts and beliefs. Step-by-step illustrations show how to apply the theory/method to a social work case example and exercises, questions, diagrams, tables and figures all encourage further learning.
An Introduction to Applying Social Work Theories and Methods is a practical guide for social work students to use both in the classroom and as a reference guide while on placement. Equally, this book is a useful reference for social work practitioners.
PUBLICATION DATE: 9/8/1999