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Practising social work research

Rick Csiernik

Practising social work research

case studies for learning

by Rick Csiernik

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto ; Buffalo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Recherche,
  • Case studies,
  • Social service,
  • Service social,
  • Cas, Études de,
  • Research

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRick Csiernik, Rachel Birnbaum, and Barbara Decker Pierce
    ContributionsBirnbaum, Rachel, 1954-, Pierce, Barbara Decker, 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV11 .C7925 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 277 p. ;
    Number of Pages277
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25035540M
    ISBN 101442642092, 1442611103
    ISBN 109781442642096, 9781442611108
    LC Control Number2011410009
    OCLC/WorldCa606119429

    It will be shown that research plays an important role in social work and should be used to guide programs and practices, ethical situations and political change. Rubin and Babbie () discussed the importance of research-generated facts to guide practice and social reform efforts, claiming its importance in establishing the contribution.   His other books include Investigating the Social World: The Process and Practice of Research and Fundamentals of Social Work Research (with Ray Engel), Making Sense of the Social World (with Dan Chambliss), and Research Methods in Psychology (with Paul G. Nestor)—all with SAGE Publications, as well as Homelessness, Housing, and Mental Illness Brand: SAGE Publications.

    This book explores how research can improve the quality of social work. It provides an overview of the core theoretical concepts and the processes and practices in undertaking research. Locating the place of social work research within the social sciences, this innovative book promotes critical debate to strengthen both the research base and day-to-day practice. It is designed to encourage. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

    Social group work practice and principles: H.B. Trecker: Social work with group work practice: Wilson G. & Ryland G. Social group work: H.H. Pearlman: Introduction to social case work: Grace Mathew: Theory and practice of social case work: Gordon Hamilton: Case work the psycho social therapy: F. Hollis: Asian Drama: Gunar Mydrall: An American. "Research is as critical to social work practice as individual and group counseling skills, policy analysis, or community development. Using an approach similar to those adopted in direct practice courses, this book integrates research with social work practice and in so doing, promotes an understanding and appreciation of the research process to social work students.


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Practising social work research by Rick Csiernik Download PDF EPUB FB2

This second edition of Practising Social Work Research comprises twenty-three case studies that illustrate different research approaches, including quantitative, qualitative, single-subject, and mixed methods.

Six are new to this edition, and examine research with First Nations, organizing qualitative data, and statistics.5/5(1).

Research is as critical to social work practice as individual and group counseling skills, policy analysis, or community development. Using an approach similar to those adopted in direct practice courses, this book integrates research with social work practice and in so doing, promotes an understanding and appreciation of the research process to social work students.5/5(3).

Research skills are as critical to social work practitioners as skills in individual and group counselling, policy analysis, and community development.

Adopting strategies similar to those used in direct practice courses, this book integrates research with social work practice, and in so doing promotes an understanding and appreciation of the research process.

Research skills are as critical to social work practitioners as skills in individual and group counselling, policy analysis, and community development.

Adopting strategies similar to those used in direct practice courses, this book integrates research with social work practice, and in so doing promotes an understanding Practising social work research book appreciation of the research process.

This second edition of. Research is as critical to social work practice as individual and group counseling skills, policy analysis, or community development. Using an approach similar to those adopted in direct practice. This is a very fine book. One of the most valuable books on social work research methods to have appeared in recent memory.

It is the most valuable addition to the burgeoning literature in the field of social work research. A fine book to read by any serious social work student and practitioner.

Social work students need to understand the relationship between research, knowledge and practice to be effective practitioners. In the second edition of this highly regarded book, Hugh McLaughlin shows how a research-minded perspective and an appreciation of evidence-based practice can lead students to achieve the highest level of individual and collective social work practice.

Social work is also regarded as a practice discipline, because unlike the other social sciences professionals, social workers involve in direct practice and intervention in the field.

This second edition of Practising Social Work Research comprises twenty-three case studies that illustrate different research approaches, including quantitative, qualitative, single-subject, and mixed methods.

Six are new to this edition, and examine research with First Nations, organizing qualitative data, and statistics. Intended as a core text for MSW and advanced BSW courses on health and social work, social work practice in health care, health and wellness, or integrative behavioral health taught in social work, public health, or gerontology programs, this book is also of value in social work practice courses that focus on health care and special populations.

The authors argue that through a better appreciation of research, the highest standards of social work can be second edition investigates contemporary approaches which impact on the discourses of social work research, including:– Evidence-based practice– User-led research– Anti-oppressive practice– Practice-based.

Introduction. For the new edition of this book, we have slightly changed the book’s title to Social Work Research in Practice: Ethical and Political Contexts. We believe that by adding ‘in practice’ to the title, we more clearly reflect our view that social work research is another social work method or approach, in addition to the more well-known case, group, and community work that are.

Research is as critical to social work practice as individual and group counseling skills, policy analysis, or community development. Using an approach similar to those adopted in direct practice courses, this book integrates research with social work practice and in so doing, promotes an understanding and appreciation of the research process to social work students.

The social sciences have an inherent obligation not only to keep abreast of current relevant research, but also to be competent enough to apply new treatments and insights within their practice. Social workers are truly dedicated professionals who have to complete a minimum number of continuing education credits to continue practicing.

Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Social Work Practice Research is the first international handbook to focus on practice research for social work. Bringing together leading scholars in the field from Europe, the USA and the Asia Pacific region, it provides an up-to-the minute overview of the latest thinking in practice research whilst also providing practical advice on how to.

This second edition of Practising Social Work Research comprises twenty-three case studies that illustrate different research approaches, including quantitative, qualitative, single-subject, and mixed methods. Six are new to this edition, and examine research with First Nations, organizing qualitative data, and : $ The major objective of social work research is to search for answer regarding the following questions- How to make intervention and treatment effective in social work practice, How to deal with the problems faced by the social work practioners in practicing their profession and how to develop the theory, Knowledge and social work practice.

School Social Work: Practice, Policy, and Research, Sixth Edition is a comprehensive guide to social work practice in schools. This edition includes new chapters on confidentiality, mental health issues, attendance, personal safety, and child welfare/5(1).

Evidence-Based Practice refers to the process where the practitioner combines well researched interventions with clinical experience and ethics, client preferences and culture to guide and inform the delivery of treatments and services (Social Work Policy Institute).

The process also links research and practice. Social work research starts with problem identification and setting up of goals. This is followed by the process of assessment (or need assessment) of the client’s problems. During these initial stages, the researcher strives to obtain a clear and specific.

Social Work Month Collection. This year’s Social Work Month theme, Social Workers: Generations Strong, spotlights the life-affirming work that social workers from all generations — from the Greatest Generation to the Z Generation — are doing.

Celebrate with a special collection from the NASW journals.Putting research into practice ; Viewing the practitioner as central to the research process, and research as a necessary component of practice, this invaluable book emphasizes the seamless integration of practice and research.

It is about research in social work practice rather than research on social work practice. Each chapter includes an Reviews: 4. The authors are proud sponsors of the SAGE Keith Roberts Teaching Innovations Award —enabling graduate students and early career faculty to attend the annual ASA pre-conference teaching and learning workshop.

The Fourth Edition of The Practice of Research in Social Work introduces an integrated set of techniques for evaluating research and practice problems as well as .