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Social construction and social work practice : interpretations and innovations / edited by Stanley L. Witkin
New York : Columbia University Press, c2012
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HM1093 .S63 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Social constructionism
Social service
Physical Description xi, 354 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Beginning the journey / Stanley L Witkin -- An introduction to social constructions / Stanley L. Witkin -- Honoring client perspectives through collaborative practice: shifting from assessment to reflective exploration / J. Christopher Hall -- Becoming a social constructionist: from Freudian beginnings to narrative ends / Ruth G. Dean -- The car, the rain, and meaningful conversation: reflexivity and practice / Fiona Gardner -- Thinking and acting constructively in child protection / Nigel Parton -- Mostly we played with whatever she chose / Deborah R. Major -- Shedding light on the expert witness role in child welfare work: the value of social construction / Trish Walsh -- Family therapy with a larger aim / Dan Wulff and Sally St. George -- Opening a space for hope in a landscape of despair: trauma and violence work with men who have sexually abused minors / Marie Keenan -- Narrative supervision and professional development for school teachers in Hong Kong / Wai-fong Ting -- When woman-at-risk meets youth-at-risk: engaging the discursive practices of the nation-state / Martha Kuwee Kumsa
Alternate Author Witkin, Stanley L, 1947-

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