Social Work Theories and Methods
Mel Gray, Stephen A Webb
SAGE, Nov 20, 2008 - Social Science - 248 pages
This exciting book draws together the key contemporary theories, theorists, and perspectives used in social work and explains how they are applied in practice and critiqued by social workers.
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Part III Perspectives
12 Social Network Analysis
15 Discourse Analysis and Reflexivity
16 Evidencebased Practice
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