University of Hertfordshire

  • Mariusz Granosic (Editor)
  • Anita Gulczynsca (Editor)
  • Malgorzatska Kostrzynska (Editor)
  • Brian Littlechild (Editor)
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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLodz-Krakow
PublisherJagellonian University
Number of pages376
ISBN (Print)9788323345992
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2020

Abstract

This book addresses key issues in participatory social work, and raises anew the issues of credibility of knowledge, processes of its creation and use, the purpose of social work, and its relationship to politics. In this book we focus on raising controversial issues to encourage debate, reflection and discussion concerning participatory social work with a special attention given to participatory research. As a collective monograph prepared by an international team of researchers, it will help social workers, social pedagogues, politicians, sociologists, policy makers, social activists, etc. from different geographic and socio-cultural contexts to develop critical reflection on implications and consequences of doing their research, practice and teaching in participatory ways.

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