Social Work Research for Social Justice

by Beth Humphries

Part of the Reshaping Social Work Series

Social Work Research for Social Justice Synopsis

Students of social work need to understand the contribution of research, as part of this evidence base, to effective practice. This textbook introduces students to a range of research methods at a practical level and sensitises them to the political dimension of research.

Social Work Research for Social Justice Press Reviews

'There is a clarity of both expression and intention throughout the chapters, which enables the reader to easily engage with the principle themes and aims of the volume.' - Julia Warrener, Senior Lecturer Social Work, University of Hertfordshire, British Journal of Social Work

Book Information

ISBN: 9781403949356
Publication date: 28th April 2008
Author: Beth Humphries
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 232 pages
Categories: Social work, Social research & statistics,

About Beth Humphries

Beth Humphries is a writer and researcher who has practised, taught and studied social work for many years. She has worked in universities across the UK and is currently a visiting professor at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her special research interest is in social work, immigration control and asylum and she has published extensively in this field.

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