9781412987196

Contemporary Field Social Work : Integrating Field and Classroom Experience

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    9781412987196

  • ISBN10:

    1412987199

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-06-29
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc
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Summary

Thisátext bridges the gap by offering learning activities that can be worked in both settings. The book is divided into four main parts that accounts for the major areas of social work practice. Part I covers the foundations of practice, including self awareness and knowing and learning about the community within one will practice. The second part deals with direct practice and covers individual assessment and group work. The third part focuses on agency practice and finally the last part covers special issues for consideration, including multicultural practice, law-informed practice, ethics, specialist and comparative practice.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Foundations of Practice
Context: Where Does Learning Take Place?
Learning About Service Users and Their Communities
Permission to Learn
Learning About Yourself
Points of View
Learning About Your Role
Boundaries
Learning About Value Conflicts and Ethical Dilemmas
The Myth of Sisyphus
Direct Practice
Context: Interdisciplinary Learning and Practice
Preparation
Starting Out
Generating Options
Open Ends
Making Assessments in Partnership
Hold the Front Page
Working in and With Groups
No One Is an Island
Agency Practice
Context: Creative Practice and Procedural Requirements
Making Priorities
Home Truths
Managing Resources
Travel Agent
Accountability
Held to Account
Challenging Situations and Resolving Conflicts
Dial "D" for Danger
Themes of Practice
Context: Social Workers as Researchers: Evaluating Practice
Multicultural Practice
The Drawbridge
Law-Informed Practice
A-Z of the Law: Spirit and Letter
Generalist and Specialist Practice
Essence of Social Work
Comparative Social Work
View From Another Place...Another Time
References
Index
About the Authors
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