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Reimagining Anti-Oppression Social Work Research (Paperback)

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By Henry Parada (Editor), Samantha Wehbi (Editor)
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This reflective collection examines anti-oppressive research methods and the effective implementation of those methods within social work settings. Comparing phenomenological, auto-ethnographic, survey-based, and arts-based research approaches, Reimagining Anti-Oppression Social Work Research outlines the challenges and advantages of conducting research with marginalized communities and within organizational contexts. Students in social work programs will gain a thorough understanding of the decision-making processes involved in conducting anti-oppression research studies through contemporary examples of anti-oppression research applications and personal experiences within the field. Research topics include whiteness, racism, trans experiences, disability, feminism, and institutional social services, among others.

  • provides a comprehensive look at anti-oppression approaches to social work, when paired with Reimagining Anti-Oppression Social Work Practice
  • offers real case studies and examples
  • accessible and appropriate for undergraduate courses

Product Details
ISBN: 9781551309767
ISBN-10: 1551309769
Publisher: Canadian Scholars' Press Inc.
Publication Date: August 1st, 2017
Pages: 178
Language: English
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