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Revitalising critical reflection in contemporary social work research, practice and education, edited by Christian Franklin Svensson and Pia Ringø

Globally, social work faces increasingly complex cultural, political, economic, legal, organisational, technological and professional conditions
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- List of contributors -- 1 Critical reflection: concepts and forms of knowledge in a global world -- 2 The sociology of knowledge: ideology, critical reflection and the consequences of capitalism to social work -- 3 Critique in social work research: arguments for a synthesis between critical realism and German critical theory -- 4 Critical reflections on international social work research: beyond South/North divides -- 5 Healing past wounds or addressing the future? Critical social work in post-war settings -- 6 Experiences of ethnic discrimination: potentials for social change in Taiwan -- 7 The use of reflective processes and teams in the practice of supervision: a critical glance -- 8 Mature law in the Nordic countries: critical perspectives on social work in the context of public authority -- 9 From experimentalism to governance tool: local community work caught between emancipative goals and the sanctioning state -- 10 Learning from user perspectives: critical reflections in the frontline of employment-oriented social work -- 11 Applying a salutogenic and interactional approach to critically reflect on perspectives on disability in social work -- 12 Inclusion is a two-way process: policy and social intervention among migrants -- 13 Knowing risk: why we need an empirical quantitative critique in social work and research -- 14 Decision making and risk in social work: critical reflections on digital technologies -- 15 Revitalising the concept of surface and depth: an analytical tool for critical reflection -- 16 The promise of social change: critical reflections on social innovation -- Index
Literary Form
non fiction
Includes index
Physical Description
1 online resource (229 pages)
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