Using critical reflection to improve feminist practice
Morley, Christine (2009) Using critical reflection to improve feminist practice. In Allan, J., Briskman, L., & Pease, B. (Eds.) Critical Social Work: Theories and Practices for a Socially Just World [2nd Edition]. Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, N.S.W, pp. 145-159.
"This second edition of 'Critical social work' has been thoroughly revised to take into account recent social, economic and political developments. Coverage of theoretical frameworks has been substantially expanded and reflects current concerns such as evidence-based practice and human rights. The causes of people's marginalisation and oppression are examined in relation to class, race, ethnicity, gender and other forms of social inequality. Case study chapters in the earlier edition on working with immigrants, Indigenous people, women, men, families, people with psychiatric disabilities and those experiencing loss and grief have been updated and revised. The second edition includes new case study chapters on disability, older people, children, rurality, and violence and abuse."--Back cover.
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