Evidence-based Practice – Modernising the Knowledge Base of Social Work?

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Hans-Uwe Otto, Andreas Polutta, Holger Ziegler
Barbara Budrich, Jun 4, 2009 - Social Science - 254 pages
The quest to create an evidence-based Social Work practice is emerging strongly in different fields of Social Work and social policy. In this volume internationally renowned proponents and opponents of this approach deliver profound analyses of the meaning and implications of an evidence based perspective which clearly challenges the nature of the knowledge base of the established Social Work practice and apparently reevaluates and reshapes the character of welfare professionalism. Aus dem Inhalt: What Knowledge? Evidence-based Practice, Profession and Users Organising, Measuring and Implementing Evidence Towards an Evidence-based Professionalism
 

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Contents

HansUwe Otto Andreas Polutta Holger Ziegler
9
Jan Willem Duyvendak Marc Hoijtink Evelien Tonkens
31
Roberta Rehner Iversen
47
Janet Newman
61
Malcolm Payne
77
PartII
97
Haluk Soydan
111
PartIII
183
Stephen A Webb
211
David Wastell Sue White
227
HansUwe Otto Andreas Polutta Holger Ziegler
245
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Prof. Dr. Hans-Uwe Otto, Andreas Polutta Dr. Holger Ziegler all: University of Bielefeld, Germany

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