Description - Social Work with Troubled Families by Keith Davies
A critical introduction to the Troubled Families Programme (TFP), this book explores the roots, significance and effectiveness of troubled family approaches in social work. An important strand of government social policy, the TFP gives rise to a number of ethical and political questions about assertive outreach, choice, use of power and eliding the structural inequalities which, it is often argued, largely account for the difficulties troubled families face. Social Work with Troubled Families: A Critical Introduction debates these issues, offers an examination of the systemic framework which underpins it and looks at the initiative in a broader context. This interdisciplinary study will be an important resource for social workers, social work students, practice educators and academics for its examination of practice methods. As an exploration of social policy it will appeal to social scientists and to policy makers along with those who seek to influence them.
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(234mm x 156mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Keith Davies
Keith Davies BA, MSc, MRes is Associate Professor at Kingston University. He has many years of experience working with 'troubled families', largely as a practitioner in criminal justice. Keith has had articles published in The Probation Journal, The Journal of Social Work Education and the British Journal of Community Justice.