Social Work in a Risk Society: Social and Cultural Perspectives

  • Title: Social Work in a Risk Society: Social and Cultural Perspectives
  • Author: StephenWebb
  • ISBN: 9780333963616
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • Social Work in a Risk Society Social and Cultural Perspectives This text constructs a new way of thinking about social work based on contemporary social theory and taking into account recent changes in social work Working in a counter tradition that is suspicious
    This text constructs a new way of thinking about social work based on contemporary social theory and taking into account recent changes in social work Working in a counter tradition that is suspicious of a number of governing ideas and practices in social work, it draws on themes in the work of theorists such as Beck, Giddens, and Rose It looks at risk, trust, regulationThis text constructs a new way of thinking about social work based on contemporary social theory and taking into account recent changes in social work Working in a counter tradition that is suspicious of a number of governing ideas and practices in social work, it draws on themes in the work of theorists such as Beck, Giddens, and Rose It looks at risk, trust, regulation, identity, and governmentality to explore the impact of risk society and neoliberalism on social work.

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    About StephenWebb


    1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.Since gaining a BSc in physics from the University of Bristol and a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Manchester, Stephen Webb has worked in a variety of universities in the UK He is a regular contributor to the Yearbook of Astronomy series and has published an undergraduate textbook on distance determination in astronomy and cosmology as well as several popular science books His interest in the Fermi paradox combines lifelong interests in both science and science fiction.


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