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Lund : Studentlitteratur, [2019]
200 stran : ilustrace ; 23 cm

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ISBN 978-91-44-12500-8 (brožováno)
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CONTENTS // Preface 7 // Part I Theory and method - CAIMeR as a framework of concepts // 1 Why theory in social work? 11 // Background and aim of the book - the need for theory 12 // What is theory? 13 // Theory and meta-theory 14 // Different types of theory 16 // Generalization and the range of theories 17 // What is social-work theory about? 20 // The link between theory and method 20 // The difference between ’theory and to ’theorize 21 // The contents and structure of the book 22 // 2 Explaining practice - Critical realist theory 27 // What is a cause’? From evidence to explanative knowledge 28 // Critical realist theory 29 // A stratified world with different domains 31 // Causality in terms of generative mechanisms 33 // CAIMeR as a theory-based structure 40 // Finally 40 // ©THE AUTHORS AND STUDENTLITTERATUR // 3 // CONTENTS // 3 CAIMeR as a conceptual framework and model 43 // CAIMeR - from conceptual structure to theoretical model 43 Lastly 53 // Part II Content and conditions of client work // 4 Theory of actors and interventions 57 // Actors 57 Interventions 60 // Methodology and intervention pattern 61 Mechanisms in social work 63 // Basic elements and patterns of mechanisms - what must be included? 66 Conclusion 71 // 5 Theoryof professions in social work 73 // Social work as a mission 74 // The concept of professions - a few different views 74 From occupational professionalism to organizational professionalism 78 Implications for social work 81 Conclusion 83
// 6 Results theory 85 // Some common ways to look at results 85 Results based on CAIMeR 87 Conclusion 94 // 7 Perspectives on quality 95 // Different perspectives on quality 95 // The issue of quality - from the manufacturing industry to social-work practice 98 // Quality of service and quality of life 100 // 4 // © THE AUTHORS AND STUDENTLITTERATUR // CONTENTS // The importance of distinguishing quality of service from quality of life 103 // The problem with regarding diverse quality of results as quality of life for clients 104 // Quality from the stakeholders’ perspectives 106 Judging quality of services with regard to the different stakeholders’ interests 108 Conclusion 110 // 8 Programme theory in social work 113 // Programme theory - definitions, areas of use and examples 113 Reconstructing programme theory - a general introduction 120 Conclusion 126 // 9 Domain theory for social work 129 // Background 129 // Politics, administration and professional practice - like threads in a web 130 // Towards a domain theory of social-work organizations 131 Neo-liberal governance 141 Conclusion 143 // Part III Explaining social-work practice // 10 Analysisof generative mechanisms 149 // How can mechanisms be identified, described and conceptualized? 149 Response mechanisms - from A to Z 158 Lastly 160 // ©THE AUTHORS AND STUDENTLITTERATUR // 5 // CONTENTS // 11 CAIMeR in practice I: Opening the black box 163 // Intervention documentation - a link between concept and empirical
data 163 // The CAIMeR configuration 166 // CAIMeR in practice - how do the parts fit together? 171 // Conclusion 175 // 12 CAIMeR in practice II: Reconstructing programme theory 177 // Reconstruction of programme theory as a response to the knowledge needs of social workers 177 Design and implementation of the project 178 Analysis of the empirical material 180 // The results - the organization s programme theory in brief 184 Interventions 187 Mechanisms 189 Results 190 // A CAIMeR configuration of the organization s programme theory 191 Theory for social-work practice 191 // Appendix 195 // Index 199 // 6 // © THE AUTHORS AND STUDENTLITTERATUR

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