Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe
Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe

Social Change & Social Welfare Practice by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe

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Social Change & Social Welfare Practice

Edited by Jude Petruchenia and Ross Thorpe

Hale & Iremonger, 1990, [First Edition], ISBN 086806386, hardcover, dustjacket

Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, some rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, ex-library with cancelled stamp to front and rear endpapers, sticker to rear endpaper, mark to front flyleaf, tape residue to covers, dustjacket shows minor edge and shelf wear with minor rubbing and bumping to edges and corners (see photographs)

“Can social welfare workers contribute to social change or must they merely pick up the pieces? Using Australian examples of radical social welfare practice this book documents ways in which practitioners can challenge the status quo and work towards social change.
Social welfare work may contribute to social justice at both personal and political levels by confronting the multiple oppressions resulting from social class, sexism and racism.  The contributors demonstrate how theory development and refinement can be grounded in the realities of actual practice, within, for example, an anti-racist educational curriculum, a rural community, a psychiatric setting, foster-care and child welfare programs.”