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The Future of Social Work

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Red Globe Press

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Paperback - 9780333463970

13 November 1989

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Ebook - 9781349203697

22 December 2015

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As social work adapts to the challenge of a mixed economy of welfare, this book offers a reassertion of the vital contribution of social work in the welfare structures of the 1990s. Drawing on the recent history of social...

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As social work adapts to the challenge of a mixed economy of welfare, this book offers a reassertion of the vital contribution of social work in the welfare structures of the 1990s. Drawing on the recent history of social work, Terry Bamford argues that the values of the profession can share a vigorous and creative response in smaller, more flexible employment structures. New strategies for organisation and training are advanced to equip social workers for a more entrepreneurial role.

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A Turbulent Environment
Practice in Flux
Unchanging Values? Education and Training
Organisation and Structure
The Development of Managerialism
Health and Social Services: Partners or Rivals?
Towards the Twenty-First Century.
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