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by David Watson

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Category: Social Sciences
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Teaching anti-oppressive social work. Article in Social Work Education 38(6):1-2 · May 2019 with 4 Reads.

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Anti-oppressive practice is seen by social work educators as a key approach to social work in the UK. However, controversies exist about its use in practice. Recent literature has criticised the complexities and problematics of anti-oppressive practice

Anti-oppressive practice is seen by social work educators as a key approach to social work in the UK. Recent literature has criticised the complexities and problematics of anti-oppressive practice. An examination is made of the content of portfolios completed by social work students undertaking a final practice learning opportunity on a post-graduate programme in Scotland.

Anti-oppressive practice theory and reflexive lifeworld-led approaches to care enable .

Anti-oppressive practice theory and reflexive lifeworld-led approaches to care enable nurses to be critical of their practice. The challenge of teaching nursing students about practices that are oppressive lies in the every-day-ness of the working environment that we inhabit. L. Dominelli, Anti oppressive practice in context, in Social Work: Themes, Issues and Critical Debates, R. Adams, L. Dominelli, and M. Paye, Ed. MacMillan Press, Houndsmills, UK, 1998. View at Google Scholar. N. Thompson, Anti-Discriminatory Practice, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 2006.

Anti-oppressive practice with people seeking asylum in Australia: reflections from the field. This article explores possibilities and responsibilities for social work to further a social justice and human rights agenda in a neoliberal context through the prism of ethical practice

Anti-oppressive practice with people seeking asylum in Australia: reflections from the field. This chapter explores anti-oppressive practice with asylum seekers. This article explores possibilities and responsibilities for social work to further a social justice and human rights agenda in a neoliberal context through the prism of ethical practice.

Anti-oppressive social work practice principles (Karen Healy, 2005). critical reflection on self in practice-demands we reflect on ways our own biographies shape our practice relationships. critical assessment of service users’ experiences of oppression-assess how personal, cultural and structural processes shape the problems service users present to social service agencies. working in partnership-service users should be included as far as possible as fellow citizens in the decision-making processes which affect their lives

Anti-racist, anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive practice Are there specific opportunities for students to engage with anti-racist, antidiscriminatory and anti-oppressive principles and practice in assessment?

Anti-racist, anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive practice Are there specific opportunities for students to engage with anti-racist, antidiscriminatory and anti-oppressive principles and practice in assessment? What should be the content? Do learning opportunities predominate in one area or another of the abstract concrete continuum illustrated, (with its corresponding tendencies, types of knowledge and skills produced, and implications for practice)?

Anti-oppressive practice: an old-new paradigm The struggle over . She has taught on social work courses for many years, providing core courses on gender.

Anti-oppressive practice: an old-new paradigm The struggle over anti-oppressive practice - an old-new controversy The 'backlash' - a rejection of anti-oppressive practice by its opponents Structural constraints limiting the spread of anti-oppressive practice The future of anti-oppressive practice Conclusion Further reading.

Key features of the book include: " a positive preventative approach that sets it apart from existing texts in the field. Paul Williams has 40 years' experience of working with people with learning difficulties and was a founder member of the organisation "Values into Action" which campaigns on behalf of people with learning difficulties. He co-authored a book on self-advocacy and has been involved in the development of citizen advocacy in the UK.

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