The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Work
October 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
The Topics Listed in this Encyclopaedia.
List of Contributors.
Index of Names.
Index of Subjects.
- A valuable reference source incorporating 140 clearly displayed 1000-word entries on major topics.
- Provides a readable introduction to all the core topics relevant to social work in the United Kingdom and Ireland today.
- Including a unique Lexicon that enables readers to gain instant access to all entries relevant to their special interest.
- Offers an up-to-date bibliographical guide with over 500 suggestions for further reading.
Throughout the volume the vision and achievement of the editor are evident in the emphasis on constructive thinking and diversity of opinion." John Pierson, Staffordshire University <!--end-->
"Davies's well designed encyclopedia surveys the field of social work and is related discipline." Choice
"The Encyclopaedia does fulfill its aim: 'to provide accurate, up-to-date and lively explications of key topics in social work and in fields that are closely related to social work theory or practice.' The Encyclopaedia successfully encompasses both the value base of social work and its evidence base ... I think it is a very useful and innovative volume ... It is a rich source of information about the broad church which is social work." Journal of Social Work