Doing Social Work Research
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This book is a practical beginner′s guide to both conducting and using research within the context of social work practice. A clear and accessible introduction to applied research methods for social work students and practitioners, this text covers the key themes, debates and approaches, including:
- The ethics of social work research
- Conducting interviews and questionnaires
- Focus groups
- Observation and narrative
- The involvement of service users
- Analyzing data
With practical exercises and reflective questions, this is an essential text for undergraduate and postgraduate qualifying social work students.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781847879134, 9781473903692, 9781847879134, 1847879136, 9781847879134, 9781847879127, 9781847879127, 9781446200599, 1473903696|
|Number of Pages||176|