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Essays on Postmodernism and Social Work
Chambon, Adrienne S. and Allan Irving (Eds)
Canadian Scholars Press / Softcover / 1994-01-01 / 1551300516
Social Work / Toronto Authors
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"Essays on Postmodernism and Social a collection of essays providing informed and insightful commentary on the role and function of social work in the current political and cultural context called postmodernism...It is a collection that enriches the learning and deserves a place in the library of every student of the social work profession."
Jeanne C. Marsh
University of Chicago
"While postmodernism has been discussed for some time in the academy; much of the discussion has been the preserve of philosophers and social theorists...An advantage of these essays is their readability. They provide an excellent introduction to the postmodernism dilemma in very practical terms."
Glen Drover
City Polytechnic of Hong Kong
These five valuable essays...provide a highly accessible exploration of the roots, themes and critiques of postmodern perspectives...This significant collection is important reading for anyone attempting to understand social work theory, knowledge and practice in the broader context of contemporary social criticism. In short, these essays deserve a very wide readership."
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