The Law and Social Work: Contemporary Issues for Practice

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The law is central to social work, regulating practice, ensuring accountability and providing professionals with the power and authority to work effectively. Yet it does not, and cannot, provide an answer to the complex human questions that lie at the heart of the social work task and, like social work itself, it is subject to constant development and change. This major text aims to enrich thinking and debate about this crucial and challenging area, thereby encouraging reflective practice. It combines discussion of ...

The Law and Social Work: Contemporary Issues for Practice 2000, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

ISBN-13: 9780333945872

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