Participatory Social Work: Research, Practice, Education

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Participatory social work raises anew the issues of credibility of knowledge, processes of its creation and use, the purpose of social work, and its relationship to politics. It has given the impetus to the emergence of participatory research teams or, in the more radical viewpoints, to the gradual de-academization of both the empirical and theoretical aspects of social work.
In this book we focus on raising controversial issues to encourage debate, reflection and discussion concerning participatory social work with a special attention given to participatory research. As a collective monograph prepared by an international team of researchers, it should help social workers, social pedagogues, politicians, sociologists, policy makers, social activists, etc from different geographic and socio-cultural contexts to develop critical reflection on implications and consequences of doing their research, practice and teaching in participatory ways.
“The book is the result of a longer discussion about Participatory Action Research (PAR) in different contexts. This book focuses on methodological and practical experiences of PAR in a more radical perspective. Not only opportunities but also pitfalls and challenges are worked out.”
Prof. Dr. Gunther Graßhoff (the book reviewer)


Liczba stron374
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
ISBN-13978-83-8142-349-6
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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Spis treści

  Mariusz Granosik, Anita Gulczyńska, Małgorzata Kostrzyńska, Brian Littlechild – Here We Are: Our Journey to Participatory Research    7
  Part I. Changing Communities through Participatory Practices    15
  Geof Dix, Sue Hollinrake, Sara Spencer – Co-producing Community with Disabled Researchers and Citizens: the Challenges and Potential for Successful Collaboration    17
  Witold Mandrysz – Participatory Budgeting: Action Research Procedures in Community Work    33
  Chiara Panciroli, Francesca Corradini – Doing Participatory Research with Families that Live in Poverty: the Process, Potential and Limitations    47
  Małgorzata Kostrzyńska, Monika Wojtczak – Participatory Response to Needs of People Who Experience Homelessness: the Example of “Homeful – Homeless” Box Project    65
  Eliška Černá, Lenka Polánková – Empowering Community: Theatre of the Oppressed as a Tool of Homeless People’s Emancipation    85
  Hilaria Soundari – Contemporary Scenario of Participatory Social Work Research in Rural India    101
  Part II. Issues in Intercultural Participatory Social Work and Research    115
  Rita Bertozzi – Empowering Migrant Youth through Participatory Approach in Social Work    117
  Katarzyna Czarnota – Participatory Research with Romanian Roma Immigrants Living in Polish Settlements: Methodology, Results and Barriers    133
  Davide Galesi – Ethnopsychological Consultation: a Tool for Strengthening of Partnerships in Multicultural Social Work    149
  Marek Mikulec, Kateřina Glumbíková – Difficulties Faced by Researchers in Participatory Practices: An Example of Research with Roma People    165
  Part III. Challenges Encountered in Participatory Research and Practice    179
  Anna Jarkiewicz – Theory and Practice of Participatory Approach in Schools: an Example of the Future Youth Schools – a Forums Project    181
  Alice Gojová, Kateřina Glumbíková – Dilemmas in Participatory Approaches to Social Work    197
  Izabela Kamińska-Jatczak – Lines of Activity Addressed to Families: Limiting the Participatory Approach as with Casework Practitioners    211
  Linda Kemp, Di Bailey, Adam Barnard – Doing Participatory Action Research: Reflections on Criticality and Social Justice from the Researchers’ Perspective    235
  Mariusz Granosik, Anita Gulczyńska, Anna Jarkiewicz, Małgorzata Kostrzyńska – Challenges Faced by Social Pedagogy Academics in the Course of Participatory Action Research with Homeless People and Street Workers as Co-Researchers    253
  Part IV. Participatory Issues in the Academic Education    275
  Doris Böhler – Learning Together: Social Work Students and Service Users Reflect Critically on Their Diverse Life Experiences    277
  Creating Links Group – “Creating Links”: The Involvement of Service Users and Carers in the Provision of Social Work Education in England    287
  Magdalena Sasin – The Project of Artistic Workshops with Students: Achievements and Challenges of Participatory Practice in University Curriculum    303
  Part V. Participatory Social Work – Current Debates    323
  Peter Beresford – Radicalising Social Work: Involving Everyone; Including All Our Knowledges    325
  Brian Littlechild – The Potential and Reality for the Inclusion of Service Users in Social Work    339
  Marek Czyżewski – Pitfalls of Participatory Approaches    359
  List of Contributors    369
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