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Politics & Government
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    Terry Bamford
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Managing Social Work book. Managing Social Work (Tavistock library of social work practice). 0422779601 (ISBN13: 9780422779609).

Managing Social Work book.

Child Psychiatry and Social Work. J. Lask and B. Lask, Tavistock Library of Social Work Practice, London and New York: Tavistock Publications, 1981, pp. xiv + 209, £. 0 (paperback), £. 0 (hardback).

Please note this is a damaged book. This book aims to provide a brief and selective history of the development of social work following the publication of the Seebohm Report. It identifies emerging trends in practice and organization, looks at the pattern of Government thinking and attempts to construct a view of its future.

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Managing Social Work (Tavistock library of social work practice): ISBN 9780422779609 (978-0-422-7796) Hardcover, Routledge Kegan & Paul, 1983. Learn More at LibraryThing. Terry Bamford at LibraryThing.

Publisher: Tavistock Publications in association with Methuen, 1986. This book introduces a range of concepts, skills and applications from a systemic approach. The first part sets out the theory and examines relationship types, the family life cycle, interactional sequences and different models of change. The next section puts the theory into practice. It describes verbal and non-verbal techniques which are used to elicit information and initiate.

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Social work has its roots in the attempts of society at large to deal with the problem of poverty and inequality. The concept of charity goes back to ancient times, and the practice of providing for the poor has roots in all major world religions. Even before the rise of modern European states, the church was providing social services