Walter Lorenz outlines his belief by which social work plays a central role to play in shaping a better functioning and more cohesive Europe. He explains the historical contexts of the varying models of social work to underline how he sees social work as an assett to the further development of an integrative civil society which accepts, values and nurtures cultural diversities, individual, personal and collective identities. Laying bare the damage inflicted by top-down and bottom-up political extremism and racism, Lorenz commends confrontation at all levels to promote user-control and change within the structures of welfare systems. Through his analysis of ideolgical and historical imperatives, the diversity of national focus and richness of tradition, Lorenz outlines the situation facing the differing models of social work practice across Europe. Finally, he considers the emerging issues which will face social work and how these challenges might be met to better shape practice in a "Changing Europe".
|LC Classifications||HV238 .L75 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 206 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||206|
|ISBN 10||0415078075, 0415078083|
|LC Control Number||93003483|
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DOI link for Social Change, Social Policy and Social Work in the New Europe. Social Change, Social Policy and Social Work in the New Europe book. Edited By Anna Kwak, Robert Dingwall. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 4 January Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. Social Work in a Changing Scotland is essential reading for social work students, offering an accessible yet critical overview of the profession. It will also inform current practitioners to understand better the changing contexts within which they practise, while prompting further academic debate about Scottish social work. The political structure of Europe has changed and continues to do so. The changing allegiances of the popluations of Europe pose problems and challenges for social psychological theory. Changing European Identities explores these issues using social identity theory and alternative models such as alienation theory and representational identity theory. Infographic explaining how the labour market is quite strong, highly educated workers are now more in demand, and they experience stronger labour market outcomes than workers with less education. While an increase in the incidence of non-standard work could pose challenges for workers, over the past 20 years the incidence of this type of work has not increased, but it .
An understanding of social policy is crucial for social workers as it underpins and shapes the legislative framework that they work within. From safeguarding service users and enabling them to improve their lives, to protecting the most vulnerable in society, social policy also has a vital role to play within social work education. Despite the ever-changing nature of social work, Chapter 3 discusses the continued importance of maintaining social work values, professional identity and ethics in promoting social inclusion and client empowerment, and 'moving towards a more egalitarian social order' (p. 63). "Changing the world is a both a goal and reality for me in that over the past 20 years I have worked to change the world of the individual through the science of social work. Moreover, those systems that impact our client populations need addressing as well. Social Work in Europe: Education for Change Edited by Karen Lyons and Sue Lawrence, Venture Press ISBN , £ STAR RATING: 4/5 Developments in Europe since the s have provided fresh opportunities for social work professionals to exchange ideas about the role of social professions, writes Trish Hafford-Letchfield.