Social Work: Themes, Issues and Critical Debates by Robert Adams
Social Work: The critical issues, issues and debates are now reviewed, updated, revised and updated, and are one of the most respected and widely used textbooks in social work. With…
Social Work synopsis
Social Work: The criticalissues,issues and debates are now reviewed, updated, revised and updated, and are one of the most respected and widely used textbooks in social work. With its accessible and accessible framework, the book provides expert discussion on key topics in social work by leading writers, teachers and practitioners in this field. It provides a fundamental basis in the discussions that form the profession, as well as a clear view of issues at the heart of practice.
What makes this book best-selling and best-selling distinct from other texts? - Its scope, authority and theoretical integrity - its clear and effective structure, which reflects the major transformations in teaching and facilitates its use across modules - the importance it places on practice - skills-based learning and the development of core practice skills such as communication, assessment and intervention - as a starting point for further reading (including Comprehensive guidance on more printed and electronic resources) - Small size - ideal for readers traveling between campus and practice settings. This is one of three interrelated books edited by the world-famous and widely published team, Robert Adams, Lina Domenelli and Malcolm Payne.
The accompanying books are the critical practice in social work (second edition) and the practice of social work in a complex world. Each book can be used individually or in combination with the other two books as a comprehensive and flexible curriculum..
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