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SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION AND PRACTICE ENGAGEMENT

SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION AND PRACTICE ENGAGEMENT

SANJAI BHATT, SURESH PATHARE

Year : 2015

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xvi+272pp

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About the Book

Social work education and practice have evolved much beyond their traditional boundaries as they have transcended into multivariate issues with a rights based frame of intervention.The present volume is a diverse set and subsumes within itself an array of themes, all of which have a significant potential to inform and impact social work education and practice.The select papers relate to various aspects of social work education andpractice engagementthereby reflecting the nature, trends and challenges.Besides critically presenting social work education and profession fromthe welfare to the rights based paradigm, the book has also added a newer social work practice domainsof spirituality, strength based practice, work with LGBT, marginalized communities and decent work.

About Author

Sanjai Bhatt is a Professor of Social Work at the Delhi School of Social Work, University of Delhi. He is proactive social work educator, researcher and activist. He has authored/edited five books, contributed a dozen book chapters and around 80 research papers on various themes. He acted as Organizing Secretary of the first Indian Social Work Congress 2013.

Suresh Pathare is Director of Institute of Social Work and Research, CSRD, Ahmednagar. He has served as Faculty of Social Work at Delhi University, School of Rural Development at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and School of Social Work, IGNOU, New Delhi. He has conducted a dozen research projects, published research papers and attended number of national and international seminars and conferences. He completed Post-doctoral from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA. He is Secretary of National Association of Professional Social Workers in India.


Contents

Preface                                                                                                                        v

 

Section I-Social Work Education

  • Social Work in India/ H. Y. Siddiqui
  • From Social Service Administration to Anti Oppressive SocialWork: A Critique of ‘Professional Social Work’ /Vidya Rao
  • Social Work Education in India: Transition from Westernizationto Indigenization/ Suresh Pathare
  • Social Work Education through Distance Learning in India:A Reality/ Gracious Thomas
  • Bridging Gaps in Professional Social Work Education in India/ Teddy Andrews J.
  • Development of Social Work as a Profession in India: Challenges Faced by the Social Work Fraternity/ Kaivalya T. Desai
  • Social Work Education: Educating for Social Change/ Namita Jainer
  • Field Work Practicum in Social Work Education/ Atul Pratap Singh

Section II -Social Work Practice Engagement

  • Strengths Perspectives in Social Work Practice in Mental Health/ Abraham Francis
  • Spiritually Sensitive Social Work: An Emerging Model of Practice/ Jaimon Varghese
  • Signature Pedagogy in Social Work & PsychologicalWell-Being of Social Work Trainees: An Evidenced-Based Evaluatory Process/ J. Harini Christopher
  • NADA Protocol for Protection, Treatment and Recovery:A Social Worker’s Perspective/ Suneel Vatsyayan, Ajay Vats and V. Vindhya
  • Recovery Oriented Services (Roses) for Persons with Psychiatric Disability: NIMHANS Experience/ Faseela Jaleel, B. P. Nirmala and Jagadisha Thirthalli
  • Globalization and NGO Response to HIV/AIDS: Concerns forSocial Work Practice/ Tarun Bikash Sukai
  • Foreign Aid, Voluntary Sector and Social Work Practice in India/ Subhashree Sanyal
  • Management and Service Delivery of Civil SocietyOrganisations: A Study/ Jitendra Kumar Misra
  • Identity and Marginalization: A Case of Gujjar and BakkarwalCommunity of Jammu and Kashmir/ Iqball Majeed Bhat
  • Sexual Behaviour of Urban Gay Men in Mizoram: Concerns forRisk Behaviour/ Zothankimiralte and Kalpana Sarathy
  • Decent Work for Home-based Workers in India: Implications for Social Work/ Shivani Chauhan Barooah

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