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Direct work

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A diverse range of practitioners, researchers and educators present a variety of perspectives on what counts as direct work. Is it the undertaking of certain tasks with a child, or building a relationship that matters most? Is it more about what is done with a child or about how it is done? Is it a set of planned activities or spontaneous approaches? And what counts as effective communication, given the diversity of both children and practice roles and contexts?

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Author(s):
Luckock & Lefevre
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
170mm x 230mm x 616g
Edition:
2008
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
190566429X
ISBN-13:
9781905664290
Number of pages:
313
Publisher:
BAAF
Title:
Direct Work. Social Work with Children and Young People in Care.

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A diverse range of practitioners, researchers and educators present a variety of perspectives on what counts as direct work. Is it the undertaking of certain tasks with a child, or building a relationship that matters most? Is it more about what is done with a child or about how it is done? Is it a set of planned activities or spontaneous approaches? And what counts as effective communication, given the diversity of both children and practice roles and contexts?

Author(s):
Luckock & Lefevre
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
170mm x 230mm x 616g
Edition:
2008
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
190566429X
ISBN-13:
9781905664290
Number of pages:
313
Publisher:
BAAF
Title:
Direct Work. Social Work with Children and Young People in Care.

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