In the name of of Allah the Merciful

Remaking Social Work for the New Global Era

Ngoh Tiong Tan, P.K. Shajahan, 3031083512, 978-3031083518, 9783031083518, B0BCPQM9F9, 978-3-031-08354-9, 978-3-031-08351-8, 978-3-031-08352-5

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English | 2022 | PDF

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Future social work practice requires a holistic framework to deal effectively with the great social and economic disruptions of this unprecedented time. Innovation and creativity are indispensable to empowering social workers and social service organizations to make an impact on the lives of people and societies in today's world. This book provides a range of innovative practices of social work drawing from alternate theories and with a global orientation. It is forward-looking with a focus on social resilience, social inclusion and recovery. Using a strengths perspective, discussions in the chapters provide useful insights in restructuring social life and social services at the individual as well as community and societal levels for meeting the challenges of a new global era. The chapters draw on the experiences of the authors in their academic and practice engagements and focus on a variety of arenas of social work education and practice to enrich the understanding of the present and future of the field. Authors discuss theoretical and conceptual models to review social work education and practice of engaging in a fast-changing global era and complex contexts. Topics explored include:New Era for Social Work in the Global Future Remaking Social Work by Applying an Anti-oppressive Lens Vulnerability and Resilience of Refugee Women and Children Critical Green Social Work as Futuristic Social Work Practice Globalisation and the Future of Social Work Practice and Education Equipping Social Workers for a New Global Era Remaking Social Work for the New Global Era is an essential resource to inform practice, enrich teaching, and direct future research for social work academics, researchers, educators, students, and field supervisors, as well as social care, social work and social service practitioners in both clinical and policy settings. The book also would be of interest to mental health and community professionals in various practice contexts across the globe.