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Description This essential introduction to the core knowledge and skills necessary for social work students spans the entire curriculum, integrating theory, policy and practice throughout, as well as addressing r... more

Description Social Dreaming is the name given to a method of working with dreams that are shared and associated within a gathering of people, coming together for this purpose. In the first chapter, W. Gordon Lawr... more

Description "a welcome third edition of an already well-known and widely used text... truly 'user-friendly' " Network "The third edition of this tried and tested book works very well and should be extremely succe... more

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simple, easy to understand

not enough detail

...Using the Law in Social Work is a book that seems to be aimed at social work students rather than qualified practitioners who I would expect to have a better knowledge of the law than this book provides. As such this review has been written more for social work students than social workers but equally if you are a social worker who has been out of practice for some time or you are changing...

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Bad pay.

...Having worked in a number of different housing settings from care homes and hospices to supporting people in their own homes or in the community, I would just like to offer my own thoughts on working in social housing. And having worked very closely with some people, I feel that I can at least offer some thoughts from a more personal viewpoint for anyone who may well be thinking about doing...

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Amazing course if you have the right kind of value base!

No good if you are a fascist! (is that a disadvantage?????)

...I am a student social worker at the University of Plymouth, I began my course last year and have recently progressed into my second year. The course is three years in length and has been designed to facilitate employment based learning. Once qualified the course provides you with the new nationally recognised qualification in social work and an honours degree. To be accepted onto the course...

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