By Ian O'Connor, Mark Hughes, Danielle Turney, Jill Wilson, Deborah Setterlund
This energetic and interesting booklet is an variation of the bestselling introductory social paintings booklet on hand in Australia. This variation has been completely revised to mirror wider alterations that experience characterised social paintings education and perform in recent times. It offers readers an important grounding in the knowledge, values, and abilities wanted for profitable of entirety in their measure.
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Other examples that illustrate this emphasis on education are the location of the new Ministry for Children, Young People and Families in the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) and the transfer of various responsibilities previously held within the Department of Health or the Home Office to the DfES. These developments represent a major shift in the locus of child welfare provision, away from local authority social service departments and a significant move towards the development of more ‘joined up’ frontline services for children, young people and families.
Social rights are characterized by individuals’ rights to participate in society and in the economy in order to maintain a certain standard of living. qxd 22 12/30/2005 10:27 AM Page 22 SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL CARE PRACTICE conceptualization of the purpose of social work as promoting equitable social relationships and enabling people to take more control of their lives can also be seen to enhance their citizenship and participation in society. In the late 20th century, the citizenship discourse shifted towards defining citizenship less in terms of rights and more in terms of obligations.
A Parliamentary Select Committee was therefore set up to examine the situation and recommend action for change. The 1970s and 1980s also saw an increase in public and media scrutiny of social work following several high-profile child deaths where social workers were held to account for apparently doing too little to protect children from physical violence and abuse. At the same time, a high level of disquiet was expressed (notably in the popular press) about what was perceived as overzealous action to remove children from their families in cases of suspected sexual abuse, as happened in Cleveland.
Social Work and Social Care Practice by Ian O'Connor, Mark Hughes, Danielle Turney, Jill Wilson, Deborah Setterlund