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The Working of Social Work

by Juliet Cheetham

  • ISBN: 9781853024986
  • ISBN10: 1853024988

The Working of Social Work

by Juliet Cheetham

  • List Price: $39.95
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Pub
  • Publish date: 12/01/1997
  • ISBN: 9781853024986
  • ISBN10: 1853024988
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Description: The Evaluation of Social Work: Priorities, Problems and Possibilities, Juliet Cheetham Theme 1. Studying the Content, Process and Outcomes of Social Work: 1. Researching the Effectiveness of a Small Scale Project for Sex Offenders, Douglas Badger, Lecturer in Social Work, University of Reading. 2. The Rights and Wrongs of Social Work with Children and Young People, Steve Farnfield, Lecturer in Social Work, University of Reading and Family Resource Centre. 3. Researching Community Care Assessments: A Pluralistic Approach, Nicky Stanley, Jill Manthorpe, Greta Bradley and Andy Alaszewski, University of Hull. 4. Elder Abuse within a Residential Setting, Sheila Furness, Lecturer, Bradford and Ilkley Community College. 5. Elements of Risk and Supervision: Evaluating Outcome Decisions, Peter Burke, Director of Social Work, University of Hull. 6. Experience of Single Case Evaluation in a Small Agency, Angela Williams, Social Worker, Bradford Education Social Work Services. 7. An Evaluation of Social Work Practice in Relation to Poverty Issues Do Social Workers' Attitudes and Actions Correspond?, Monica Dowling, Department of Social Policy and Social Science, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College. Theme 2 Evaluating Social Work: Some Ways Forward: 8. Analysing the Content of Social Work: Applying the Lessons from Qualitative Research, Sue White, Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Manchester. 9. Promoting Evaluation Research on Social Work Practice, Bruce Thyer, Professor of Social Work at the University of Georgia, USA. 10. Putting Single-Case Evaluation into Practice, Mansoor Kazi. 11. Practising Evaluation, Ian Shaw, Director of Postgraduate Studies, University of Wales, Cardiff.
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