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Author Walker, Hilary.
Title A genealogy of equality : the curriculum for social work education and training / Hilary Walker.
Imprint London ; Portland, OR : Woburn Press, 2002.

Author Walker, Hilary.
Series Woburn education series, 1462-2076
Woburn education series.
Subject Social work education -- Great Britain.
Equality -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Great Britain.
Social service and race relations -- Great Britain.
Description 1 online resource (vi, 159 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 139-154) and index.
Contents Context: Social Work Education and Training -- Context: Equality and Social Work -- Social Work Education and Training -- Inequality and Social Work -- A Different Story? -- A Theoretical Framework -- Foucault: Discourse and Genealogy -- Foucault: Criticisms and Developments -- Discourse and Practices -- Discourse and Agency -- Using Foucault's Concepts -- Deconstruction and Reading Texts -- Criticisms of Deconstruction -- Using Deconstructive Approaches -- Carrying Out the Study -- The Use of Documents in Research -- Documentary Analysis in Research -- Semi-structured Interviews -- The Choice of Interviewees -- The Use of Interviews in Discourse Research -- The Researcher and the Researched -- Conducting the Interviews -- Ethical Issues -- Setting Up the Research Project -- A Genealogy of Equality: Part 1--From Radical Beginnings to Anti-racism -- A Discourse of Equality in Social Work -- Beginnings and Emergent Resistant Discourses -- Race Relations and Ethnic Minorities -- Towards Anti-racism and Black Perspectives -- Changes within CCETSW -- Interim Regulations -- The Emerging Discourse of Competence -- A Genealogy of Equality: Part 2--Anti-racism--Developing Dominance -- Requirements and Regulations for the Diploma in Social Work: Paper 30: First Edition -- DipSW: Rules and Requirements for the Diploma in Social Work: Paper 30: Second Edition -- The Developing 'Truth' about Race and Social Work -- The Case of Women's Inequality -- A Genealogy of Equality: Part 3--Common Sense and Equality -- A Discourse of Common Sense.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781134723669 (electronic bk.)
1134723660 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 842262293
Additional Format Print version: Walker, Hilary. Genealogy of equality. London ; Portland, OR : Woburn Press, 2002 0713002298 (DLC) 2002029630 (OCoLC)50204043

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