Doing Critical Social Work: Transformative Practices for Social Justice

Published on Jun 26, 2016
Bob Pease22
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Sophie Goldingay5
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+ 1 AuthorsSharlene Nipperess3
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Economic inequality is increasing globally and in Australia. Social work and human services (SWHS) professions will be part of the response to the social consequences of this division. However, SWHS have always been contested professions, split between individualist and structural approaches to combatting the social harms of economic inequality. The recent renewal of “critical social work” raises the prospects for a more structural, reform-oriented response from SWHS practitioners to rising ineq...
#1Norah Hosken (Deakin University)H-Index: 4
AbstractDespite being a major influence, there are few studies investigating the impact of accreditation on the social justice remit of social work education. This article is guided by two questions: What are the social justice responsibilities of professional associations regulating social work education via accreditation? and What contribution can institutional ethnography make to understanding and change in this area? Drawing on a data-subset from a larger institutional ethnography, selected ...
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