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by Adrienne S. Chambon,Allan Irving,Laura Epstein

eBook Reading Foucault for Social Work download ISBN: 0231107161
Author: Adrienne S. Chambon,Allan Irving,Laura Epstein
Publisher: Columbia University Press (April 15, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 304
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Adrienne S. Chambon is associate professor in the Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.

ISBN-13: 978-0231107174. Adrienne S. Allan Irving is professor at the Center for Social Work Education at Widener University and an associate professor at the Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto. The late Laura Epstein was professor emerita, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago.

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This is the first book-length introduction to the work of Michel Foucault in social work. Chambon, Allan Irving, Laura Epstein. Columbia University Press, 1999. The social work profession is being challenged today to adapt to changing societal and cultural conditions and to carve out a new societal niche. Библиографические данные.

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This is the first book to offer a reading of Foucault's work oriented toward these ends.

Reading Foucault for Social Work, Paperback by Chambon, Adrienne S. (EDT); Irving, Allan (EDT); Epstein, Laura (EDT), ISBN 023110717X, ISBN-13 9780231107174, Brand New, Free P&P in the UK Much of Michel Foucault's interdisciplinary work is particularly relevant to the problems confronting social workers. This is the first book to offer a reading of Foucault's work oriented toward these ends.

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Problem Analysis Reading schedule Date Readings Wed - 7 June 2000 Neubeck, Introduction Robbins, et. al. .Mon – 10 July 2000 Chambon, . Irving, A. Epstein, L. (Ed. (1999). Reading Foucault for Social Work. New York: Columbia University Press. a. Chapter 1. Mon - 12 June 2000 Ritzer, Chapters 6-7 Primis, Chapters 1-5 Robbins, et. Chapter 2 Wed - 14 June Lemert, Durkheim: Suicide and modernity (. 2. Riske Merton: Manifest and latent functions (p. 328).

KEYWORDS: Social Philosophy, Ambience, Social Work, Social Welfare, African World View, Communalism and . Foucault’s Concept of Heterotopia as an Èpistemé for Reading the Post-Modern City: The Viennese Example.

KEYWORDS: Social Philosophy, Ambience, Social Work, Social Welfare, African World View, Communalism and Social Development. JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Political Science, Vo. N., June 12, 2015. ABSTRACT: What should be the African social worker in the modern world. The African social worker has discovered that most clinical and other modern social work practices are Euro-centric. And only reflect only European values.

-- Bob Mullaly, International Social Work

Comments: (4)
Fani
Great book if your looking for an honest critique of the beauty and flaws of social work. An excellent import of Foucaultlein critical methods into the field.
Anararius
Good condition, met my expectations.
Zahisan
Should be interesting reading for social workers, therapists, other non-profit and human service workers. If you're in the field and also are familiar with the work of Foucault, you might find the applications of his theory to the practice and theory of social work fascinating. If you're not too familiar with Foucault, you might still find the questions raised to be thought-provoking, as the book provides some good summaries of Foucault's thought here and there, including a round-table in which he and others discuss social work specifically. Essays range from more general discussions of Foucault's work and how it might be meaningfully to analyze and critique social work history, theory, and practice in a general way, to specific applications, such as a Foucauldian analysis of a welfare office, and an argument for why Foucault's theories do NOT seem to hold water with regards to issues faced by inner city youth. Editors provide a good summary of issues raised in the essays and suggest an approach for further discussion and research.

Ultimately, if you are interested in issues of power as they relate to social work theory and practice, this book is highly recommended. Foucault was interested in encouraging and providing a framework for practitioners, critics, and participants in various fields to carefully consider the origins and development of assumptions that guide our circumstances, attitudes, beliefs, and ways of acting, and to construct a "history of the present" in order to challenge those assumptions on an ongoing basis, and be aware of the constant possibility for change. While certainly not the only example of such endeavors being attempted Foucault-style with regards to social work, this is definitely a good step in that direction,and hopefully will inspire much more work along the same lines.
Velan
This book is one of the most important sources for social scientists to understand how Michel Foucault's conceptual tools can be used to understand 'social work'. It is inspiring, engaging and passionate explication of how theory makes sense of policy and practice. It is must a read for all social work students, researchers and practitioners.