By Cleave, Peter
These papers venture into several areas of social work but there may be some features that set the collection aside. The first is an emphasis throughout on social work education. This interest is set out in in the first chapter where there is a comparison between local and Europe...an traditions. Work by Carola Khulmann and Peter Cleave appears early in the collection and is then taken further in subsequent papers. One emphasis or theme which keeps coming up is to do with a ethic. This is touched in the comparison of social work in Germany and Aotearoa/New Zealand, looked at in the article, An ethic of empathy, and touched on again in the article on iwi social services. Another theme is to do with indigenous ways of research. The paper on rangahau is the most discursive in the collection and the intention here is to take the arguments as far as they might go without necessarily coming to fixed conclusions. Yet another pertains to the dynamics of small group work in social work learning and teaching. TRead more
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