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- Previous ed.: 2002.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- List of contributors Foreword to the Third Edition Introduction: Knowledge, Theory and Social Work Practice: Pat Collingwood (University of Stirling) and Martin Davies (University of East Anglia, Norwich) Part I: Reasons for Social Work 1. Family Disruption and Relationsh`ip Breakdown: Jane Boylan (University of Keele) and Graham Allan (University of Keele) 2. Child Abuse: Lorraine Waterhouse (Edinburgh University) 3. Domestic Violence: Cathy Humphreys (University of Melbourne) 4. Ill-health: Eileen McLeod and Paul Bywaters (University of Coventry) 5. Physical Disability: Deborah Marks (Birkbeck, University of London) 6. The Frailty of Old Age: Chris Phillipson (Keele University) 7. Mental Illness: Peter Huxley (University of Swansea) 8. Learning Disabilities: Kirsten Stalker (University of Strathclyde) and Carol Robinson 9. The Misuse of Drugs and Alcohol: Sarah Galvani (University of Birmingham) 10. Population Movement and Immigration: Beth Humphries Part II: Applying Knowledge to Practice: 11. Relating Theory to Practice: David Howe (Sheffield University) 12. Assessment, Intervention and Review: Jonathan Parker (Bournemouth University) 13. Anti-Discriminatory Practice: Neil Thompson (Liverpool Hope University) 14. Feminist Theory: Lena Dominelli (University of Durham) 15. Task-Centred Work: Peter Marsh (University of Sheffield) 16. Care Management: William Horder (Goldsmiths College, University of London) 17. Risk Assessment and Management: Hazel Kemshall (De Montfort University) 18. Welfare Rights Practice: Neil Bateman 19. Counselling for Social Work: Janet Seden (Open University) 20. Anger Management: David Leadbetter (CALM Training Services Menstrie, Clackmannanshire) 21. Family Therapy: Jan White 22. Groupwork: Allan Brown (University of Bristol) 23. Cognitive - Behavioural Therapy: Tammie Ronen (Tel Aviv University) Part III: The Practice Context: 24. Social Work with Children and Families: June Thoburn (University of East Anglia, Norwich) 25. Social Work and Schools: Karen Lyons (London Metropolitan University) 26. Social Work, Divorce and the Family Courts: Adrian L. James (University of Sheffield) 27. Social Work with Adult Service Users: Alison Petch (Dartington Hall Trust, Devon) 28. Social Work in Healthcare Settings: Bridget Penhale (University of Sheffield) 29. Mental Health Social Work: Roger Manktelow (University of Ulster in Derry) 30. Social Work in the Criminal Justice System: Gwen Robinson (University of Sheffield) 31. Social Work in Collaboration with other Professions: Hugh Barr (University of Westminster), David Goosey (University of Westminster) and Mary Webb Part IV: Social Work and its Psychosocial Framework: 32. Social Work and Society: Viviene E. Cree (University of Edinburgh) 33. Social Work and Politics: Mark Drakeford (University of Cardiff) 34. Gendering the Social Work Agenda: Audrey Mullender (Ruskin College, Oxford) 35. Culture, Ethnicity and Identity: J. Owusu Bempah (Leicester University) 36. The Family: Graham Allan (University of Keele) 37. Sexuality and Sexual Relationships: Siobhan Lloyd and Seamus Prior (University of Edinburgh) 38. Psychology and Social Work: Brigid Daniel (University of Dundee) Part V: The Human Life Cycle: 39. Infancy: Gillian Harris (Birmingham University) 40. Childhood: Gillian Schofield (University of East Anglia, Norwich) 41. Adolescence: Martin Herbert (Exeter University) 42. Partnership and Parenting: Janet Walker (Newcastle Centre for Family Studies at Newcastle) 43. Late Life Ageing: Ian Philp (Sheffield University) Part VI: Perspectives on Social Work: 44. Service Users' Perspectives: Suzy Croft (St John's Hospice, London) and Peter Beresford (Brunel University) 45. The Perspective of the Disabled People's Movement: Sally French (Open University) and John Swain (University of Northumbria) 46. The Carer's Perspective: Rose Barton (East of England Regional Assembly in Flempton, Bury St Edmunds) 47
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