social work research

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12 05, 2017

A Social Worker’s Personal Reflection on Social Work Research: My Thoughts on Social Work Research as a Social Worker

2017-12-06T21:12:34+00:00By |Ask A Social Worker|

Social Workers and Social Work Research Social work as a profession is widely recognized as having a commitment to social justice and social change, to go beyond merely conducting research about individuals, groups, communities, to designing studies with and for the individuals, groups, and communities being observed through social work research. However, as social work [...]

30 01, 2017

Social Work Research: Using Participatory Action Research

2017-12-01T19:55:53+00:00By |Ask A Social Worker, Industry Articles & Topics|

Social Work Research: Using Participatory Action Research Participatory action social work research has long been linked positively to the social work profession, due to its emphasis on systemic social change, the liberation of marginalized groups, and examination of systems of power and knowledge. These core components, along with a focus on working with grassroots groups and [...]