Globalisation, Global Justice and Social Work

Pub. Date: 2009-03-30
Publisher(s): Taylor & Francis
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The first book to tackle the effects of the past decade's neoliberalism and globalisation on world-wide social work. The book also grapples with the implications for social work practice of the global social justice/anti-corporate and

Table of Contents

Social Work, Social Welfare and the Impact of Neo-liberal Globalisation
Social Work in Mexico: Towards a Different Practice
Neoliberalism in Argentina, Social Policy, Welfare and the Conditions for the Development of Social Work
Social Work and Social Development
Changes in Social Policy and the Social Services in Senegal
New Arenas for Social Intervention in France: Addressing Integration, Social Control and Racialisation
Neo-liberal Globalisation and its Impact on Social Workers and Clients
Globalisation, Neo-liberal Managerialism and UK Social Work
The Neo-liberal Assault: Voices from the Frontline of British State Social Work
Through the Eye of a Needle: the Challenge of Getting Justice in Australia if you're Indigenous or Seeking Asylum
Compromise, Collaboration and Colllective Resistance: Different Strategies in the Face of the War on Asylum Seekers
Educating for Justice: Challenges and Openings in the Context of Globalisation
Plotting a Way Forward?
Americn Exceptionalism and Critical Social Work: a Retrospective and Prospective Analysis
Working in a Different Space: Linking Social Work and Social Development
Popular Resistance to Global Corporate Rule: the Role of Social Work (With a Little Help from Gramsci and Freire)
'Another World is Possible': Social Work and the Struggle for Social Justice
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