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Why Should Students Be Lazy Radicals?

by Jane Fenton


You don’t have to be a political activist to take a radical approach to social work. Jane Fenton makes the case for why social work students should be ‘lazy radicals’ in their daily practice.

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10 Questions: Luke Block, Psychology Publisher At MIHE

by Luke Block

We get to know MIHE's Psychology Publisher, Luke Block, with our 10 questions

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Putting The Social Policy Back Into Social Work Practice

by Clive Sealey


Clive Sealey makes the case for why studying social policy is so important to social work practice.

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The Inevitable Mortality Of Software

by Adam Freeman


Planning for software 'retirement' is an important part of software development. So why do so few companies factor this in to their development plan?

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Why Subsistence Needs And Participatory Needs Matter In Social Work

by Clive Sealey


Clive Sealey presents two cases that give an insight into the importance of different types of need in social work.

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Brexit And The History Of Western Political Thought

by John Morrow


John Morrow on how the UK's current Brexit turmoil evokes themes long central to Western political thought.

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