This work seeks to explore the impact of neoliberalism and austerity politics on the role of social work and wider welfare provision social work has to be analysed within a social political and economic context and political is used here in its broadest sense. Applying theoretical frameworks to practice including those of bourdieu and the recent work of wacquant poverty inequality and social work examines the development of neoliberal ideas and their impact on social welfare it explores the implications of this across a range of areas of social work practice including work with children and . Social work in the era of neoliberalism and austerity class poverty and inequality advanced marginality and stigma welfare punishment and neoliberalism poverty inequality and contemporary social work reimagining a social state conclusion. Get this from a library poverty inequality and social work the impact of neo liberalism and austerity politics on welfare provision ian cummins a critical analysis of the domino effect of neoliberalism and austerity on social work applying theory including those of bourdieu and wacquant to practice it argues that social work should return . Poverty inequality and social work the impact of neo liberalism and austerity politics on welfare provision ian cummins hv 43 c86 2018 towards practice theory skills and methods in social assessments kathleen curnock and pauline hardiker
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