Über den Autor
Keith Popple and Paul Stepney
PART 1: THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF COMMUNITYrnIntroduction: The Idea of CommunityrnTheories of Community: The Contribution of Community StudiesrnRethinking Community: Globalisation, neo-liberalism and InequalityrnPART 2: COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL POLICYrnCommunity as an Organising Focus for Social PolicyrnCommunity Care: Promoting a needs-led and empowering service or using the market to contain costs?rnRemaking Community: Communitarianism and New Labour's 'Third Way' Project to Modernise the Welfare StaternPART 3: THEORY TO PRACTICErnThe Theory and Practice of Community Social WorkrnCommunity Work and Community ActionrnFuture Possibilities for Community-Based Social Work in an International Context
How important is the notion of community to skilled social work? This book explores how the concept relates to policy, theory and professional practice. With analysis of contemporary social problems throughout a variety of community settings, this book demonstrates how important community-based approaches are to all social workers today.
Clearly outlining the essential theory, policy and practice issues, this book explores how social work is carried out throughout a variety of community settings