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Social work and disadvantage [electronic resource] : addressing the roots of stigma through association / edited by Peter Burke and Jonathan Parker.

Publication:
London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (178 p.)
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Subjects:
Social work with people with disabilities.
Sociology of disability.
Stigma (Social psychology).
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Social Work and Disadvantage explains the impact of stigmatization on siblings, families and workers in the caring professions and its consequences for the people it affects and for society as a whole. Contributors provide evidence from research and professional practice on transferability of health and social problems.
Contents:
COVER; Social Work and Disadvantage; Contents; IntroductionPeter Burke and Jonathan Parker; 1Disadvantage and Stigma:A Theoretical Framework forAssociated ConditionsPeter Burke; 2Looked After Children, their Parents,Disadvantage and StigmaCatherine Deverell; 3Childhood Disabilities andDisadvantage: Family ExperiencesPeter Burke and Benedict Fell; 4A Drug User in the Family: BetweenNeed, Dependency and DesirePhilip Guy; 5HIV/AIDS: ChallengingStigma by AssociationLiz Walker; 6Ageing against the Grain:Gay Men and LesbiansElizabeth Price
7Constructing Dementia and DementiaCare: Disadvantage and DailyPractices in a Day Care Setting1Jonathan Parker8Living with Chronic Illness: TheExample of Parkinson's DiseaseMargaret Holloway; 9Social Work, Disadvantageby Association andAnti-Oppressive PracticeJonathan Parker; 10Disadvantage as an AssociativeConcept; Reflections and SomeFurther ConsiderationsPeter Burke; THE CONTRIBUTORS; SUBJECT INDEX; AUTHOR INDEX
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contributor:
Burke, Peter, 1948-
Parker, Jonathan, 1960-
ISBN:
1-280-92933-2
9786610929337
1-84642-555-7
OCLC:
437181929