Critical Social Work Practices
Instruction on how to apply particular practice approaches, including narrative, solution-oriented, and embodied practice, which are considered to be examples of critical social work in action with individuals, groups, children and families, and communities. Provides students with an opportunity to critically analyze the limitations and strengths of these practices when working with issues of marginalization and difference. The assumptions of professionalism and the wider context within which these particular types of interventions are practiced will also be interrogated.
Prerequisites: 323, or 311 and 312.
Undergraduate course in Social Work offered by the School of Social Work in the Faculty of Human and Social Development.