Bringing together leading writers and researchers in the field, this carefully revised edition continues to offer an exciting blend of the classic and the new. The articles are organised into four sections - Community, Care, Policy and Practice - and cover autobiographical and experiential accounts as well as writings drawn from sociology, psychology, social policy, history, social work and community activism.
|Publication date:||24th November 1997|
|Categories:||Social welfare & social services, Health systems & services,|
JOANNA BORNAT is Senior Lecturer at the School of Health and Social Welfare and is a researcher and writer on reminiscence, ageing and oral history. She is joint editor of Oral History.JULIA JOHNSON is Lecturer in the School of Helath and Social Welfare at the Open University. She used to be a social worker and has for many years been involved in teaching, researching and writing on ageing and later life.CHARMAINE PEREIRA is a freelance consultant. Her work covers such areas as women, work and training, aswell as day care for young children.DAVID PILGRIM is NHS Consultant ...More About Joanna Bornat