Applying Critical Thinking and Analysis in Social Work
- Michaela Rogers - The University of Sheffield, UK
- Dan Allen - Manchester Metropolitan University
Social Policy (General) | Social Work & Social Policy (General) | Social Work Skills (General)
This highly practical guidebook will help you develop the critical and analytical skills essential to your successful social work education and evidence-informed, reflective practice.
Key features include:
- Theoretical break down and simplification of key theories
- How to avoid common pitfalls
- Activities to help you cement your learning
- Case studies applicable in practice.
This will support you right from the very beginning of your programme through to the end of your final placement and into practice.
Very helpful, well written with handy examples and ideas for excercises supporting development and understanding of critical thinking and analysis. Must read for students on professional courses.
A useful text for students of all levels with good examples.
A very helpful text for those entering social work training in all of the different formats - will be particularly useful for those on apprenticeship programmes applying theory directly to practice.
An excellent resource when introducing youth justice to social work students
Really thorough book covering a comprehensive insight into critical thinking and analysis.
Thought provoking, humane and grounded. A really helpful addition to the social work literature.
This book enables the more studious student to develop a greater understanding of critical analysis in relation to lecturers it offers some useful information in relation to developing this critical area in social work practice and teaching.