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Spirituality and Social Work

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 224
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Reshaping Social Work

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15 June 2010

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Written by two leading authors in the field, Social Work and Spiritualityprovides a critical engagement with the concept of spirituality and a much needed framework for the integration of spiritual care in mainstream...

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Written by two leading authors in the field, Social Work and Spiritualityprovides a critical engagement with the concept of spirituality and a much needed framework for the integration of spiritual care in mainstream practice. It isfundamental reading for all students of social work theory, ethics and practice.

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Well known and highly respected authors: Holloway and Moss are amongst the leading writers in the field
Bridges the gap between spirituality, social work theory and practice bringing together recent developments and research in one volume
Applicable for a multitude of modules as it highlights how spirituality should be considered in all areas of social work

Historical and Contemporary Contexts
Meaning, Mystery and Social Work
Spiritual Need
Spirituality and the Quality of life
Spiritual Care
Spiritual Care in the multidisciplinary team
Spirituality and Community
Global and Multicultural Perspectives.
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MARGARET HOLLOWAY is Professor of Social Work and Director of the Centre for Spirituality Studies at the Department of Social Sciences, University of Hull, UK.She is credited with the first empirical work in the UK on social work in dying and bereavement and social work and spirituality. She is founder of the Interdisciplinary Spirituality Group at the University of Hull.

BERNARD MOSS is Professor of Social Work Education and Spirituality, and Director of theCentrefor Spirituality and Health at Staffordshire University, UK. He isa Senior Fellow and National Teaching Fellow of the Higher EducationAcademy, UK. His teaching interests include death, dying and bereavement; mediation studies, and spirituality,...

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MARGARET HOLLOWAY is Professor of Social Work and Director of the Centre for Spirituality Studies at the Department of Social Sciences, University of Hull, UK.She is credited with the first empirical work in the UK on social work in dying and bereavement and social work and spirituality. She is founder of the Interdisciplinary Spirituality Group at the University of Hull.

BERNARD MOSS is Professor of Social Work Education and Spirituality, and Director of theCentrefor Spirituality and Health at Staffordshire University, UK. He isa Senior Fellow and National Teaching Fellow of the Higher EducationAcademy, UK. His teaching interests include death, dying and bereavement; mediation studies, and spirituality, religious belief and social care.

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