Case Critical: Social Services & Social Justice in Canada
A classic text in social work education, Case Critical opens the door on Canada's social services from the perspective of social workers themselves, and service users or "cases", people whose voices we rarely hear.
This completely revised and updated fifth edition includes new interviews and topics of discussion to reinforce Carniol's passionate case for social work as "liberation practice."
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Naming and Resisting Injustice
Competing Schools of Altruism
Aboriginal Circles in the Classroom
On the Front Line
From Top to Bottom
The Bottom Line
Privatization of Social Services
Service Users Speak Out
Towards a Liberation Practice
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