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#1Denise Turner (London Metropolitan University)H-Index: 3
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#1John Cavener (Northumbria University)
#2Sharon Vincent (Northumbria University)H-Index: 5
This paper presents findings of a pedagogical strategy for enhancing social work students’ knowledge and practice of ‘personal reflexivity’. Twenty-five MA students in England were presented ideas ...
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#1Sian Lucas (University of Stirling)
#2Nadine Thomas (Scottish Government)
It can be challenging to incorporate young people’s voices into social work pedagogy even though service user involvement is an essential part of social work education. Technological advances prese...
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#1Riitta-Liisa Kinni (University of Eastern Finland)H-Index: 2
In social work education, we strive for integration of theory and practice in educating research-based professionals. What do social work students think about this? Are they eager to integrate theo...
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One unique feature of the social work profession is the centrality of the person-in-environment perspective, which dictates that social work services be holistic. The purpose of this study is to examine the nature of social work services to internally displaced persons (IDPs). This research is a qualitative study, conducted with 15 social workers in Nigeria. Data were collected through a semi-structured interview with the participants in Abuja. Results show that social work services are largely ...
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#1Marelize Joubert (SHU: Sheffield Hallam University)
This study explores how social work students perceive they become ready for the workplace during their three-year undergraduate course at two Higher Education Institutions sites in England. The wor...
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#1Graeme Simpson (University of Wolverhampton)H-Index: 5
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In an increasingly complex, globalized world, many of the problems confronting social workers are rooted in structural inequalities created or deepened by uncontrolled neoliberal market mechanisms. Yet neoliberal political agendas dominating the global order encourage individualistic models of social work intervention, characterized by managerialism and deprofessionalisation. Critiquing the impact of neoliberalism, those aligned with critical and radical social work traditions have highlighted t...
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