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Macmillan Higher Education

Hidden Social Work

Exploring Children's Social Work

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Palgrave

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Paperback - 9781352002386

12 February 2020

$39.99

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Ebook - 9781352002393

11 March 2020

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Highlights best practice beyond the traditional models and methods of assessment and care planning. Through original research it discovers hidden practice –the social techniques that social workers deploy in the field that...

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Highlights best practice beyond the traditional models and methods of assessment and care planning. Through original research it discovers hidden practice –the social techniques that social workers deploy in the field that make child and family assessments work.

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The book?s findings are based on direct-research with one of the UK?s leading and most innovative Local Authorities

Working with Children is a core module on all Social Work programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level

The practice focus will have a strong appeal to the professional market

The book?s findings are based on direct-research with one of the UK?s leading and most innovative Local Authorities

Introduction
Exploring Policy and Practice
Making Social Work Practice Visible: Using Ethnography in Social work
Locating Frontline Practice: Models and Methods of Social Work Practice
Voices from Practice: Uncovering Social Work Practices
Reclaiming Social Work: Developing a Social Model of Practice
Conclusion.

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Dr Darren Hill is Principal Lecturer in Social Work at Leeds Beckett University, UK

Professor Nick Frost is Professor of Social Work at Leeds Beckett University, UK.

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Dr Darren Hill is Principal Lecturer in Social Work at Leeds Beckett University, UK

Professor Nick Frost is Professor of Social Work at Leeds Beckett University, UK.

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