A Genealogy of Equality: The Curriculum for Social Work Education and Training (Woburn Education Series)
By: Hilary Walker (author)Paperback
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This account of the incorporation of issues of equality into the social work education curriculum focuses upon the period between 1989 and 1995, a time of considerable activity and rapid change. It is based upon research carried out by the author whilst studying for a doctorate in education.
Part 1 Introduction: context - social work education and training; context -equality and social work; social work education and training; inequality and social work; a different story?; the structure of the book. Part 2 A theoretical framework: Foucault - discourse and genealogy; using Foucault's concepts; deconstruction and reading texts; using deconstructive approaches. Part 3 Carrying out the study: the use of documents in research; documentary analysis in research; semi-structured interviews; the choice of interviewees; the use of interviews in discourse research; the researcher and the researched; conducting the interviews; ethical issues; setting up the research project. Part 4 A genealogy of equality - part 1 - from radical beginnings to anti-racism: a discourse of equality in social work.
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