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Hampshire : Palgrave, c2000
ix,246 s.

ISBN 0-333-74729-1 (brož.)
Obsahuje rejstřík, údaje o autorech
Bibliografie: s. 207-225
Práce sociální - konstruktivismus - studie
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Contents // Acknowledgements ix // INTRODUCTION 1 // CHAPTER ONE What Do We Mean by ‘Constructive Social Work’? 6 // Introduction 6 // Constructive social work 10 // Some central themes in constructionism 13 // The ‘postmodern’ turn 18 // Conclusions 24 // CHAPTER TWO The Nature of Contemporary Social Work and its Knowledge Base 27 // Social work as a ‘practical-moral’ activity 30 // The changing nature and context of social work 35 // Uncertainty and ambiguity in social work 43 // CHAPTER THREE Some Theoretical Orientations of Constructive Social Work 46 // Narrative and spin 47 // Power 51 // The text analogy 53 // Understanding and misunderstanding 54 // Mind your language 56 // Conversations: for good or ill? 58 // Change, difference and agency 59 // Past, present or future? 60 // Resistance 61 // V // vi // Contents // CHAPTER FOUR Further Orientations Towards // Constructive Practice 63 // How problems happen 64 // Not knowing 66 // Maintaining curiosity, while not asking ‘why?’ 67 // Being expert/non-expert 68 // Goals 69 // Building solutions 71 // Utilisation 72 // Emotions, meanings and actions 73 // Trust and confidentiality 75 // Reflexivity 76 // Art or science? 78 // CHAPTER FIVE The Art of Resistance 80 // Validating 81 // Externalising 82 // Metaphors for externalisation 89 // Storytelling 92 // CHAPTER SIX Discipline for Possibilities 96 // Introduction 96 // Exceptions 98 // Exceptions-finding questions 100 // Negotiating goals with various service
users 101 // The ‘miracle question’ 103 // Scaling questions 104 // Some other potentially useful questions 106 // The break: planning an intervention/feedback 108 // Second and subsequent meetings 113 // Questions - too few or too many? 114 // Does brief mean fast? 117 // CHAPTER SEVEN Constructive Social Work: Two Examples of Practice 118 // Case study: ‘And then the dog died’ 119 // Case study: Letting go of a baby 129 // Contents vii // CHAPTER EIGHT Constructive Assessment 134 // Theoretic issues 137 // The content of assessments 140 // Risk 146 // CHAPTER NINE Does It Work? 152 // Evaluating SFBT 153 // Constructive evaluations 155 // Comparative studies 159 // How does it work? 160 // Does it address emotions? 163 // Is constructive practice gender-sensitive? 164 // Conclusion 169 // CHAPTER TEN Conclusions: Some Central Issues for Constructive Social Work 170 // Objectivity, realism and relativism 170 // Moral responsibility, truth and social work 178 // Constructive social work: the key characteristics 183 // Appendix 1: Student Strengths Scale // (for Children at School) 188 // Appendix 2: Signs of Safety Scale 192 // Appendix 3: Survival of Poor Parenting Scale 195 // Appendix 4: Recovery Scale for Starting a New Life // After Abuse 197 // Appendix 5: Scale for Reclaiming Life after Drugs 199 // Further Reading 201 // Bibliography 207 // Index // 226

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