Effective Advocacy in Social Work

Advocacy is an essential skill for social workers who need to be able to speak confidently on behalf of service-users in a range of situations. In this new book, Jane Dalrymple and Jane Boylan explore the theory and research behind advocacy to demonstrate how to achieve best practice.

Key topics covered include: Independent advocacy; Supporting self-advocacy and decision-making; Challenging oppression; Negotiating with organisations

Each chapter includes rich case examples, which help readers bring the discussion into the real life practice context.

Effective Advocacy in Social Work will be valuable reading for those studying social work at undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as those working in practice and in interprofessional contexts.

Jane Dalrymple is Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England.

Jane Boylan is Senior Lecturer at Keele University.

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