Social Work and the Third Way: Tough Love as Social Policy

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    Acknowledgements

    This book is the result of a long collaboration between brothers, largely conducted through telephone calls and (more recently) e-mails. We have, since the late 1960s, been working mainly in adjacent fields – Bill in public-sector social work and training, Charlie in youth and community work, the voluntary and community sectors – only to a limited extent crossing into each other's territories. Although we have shared many ideas and inspirations, and often subscribed to the same causes, the advent of the New Labour government has led to us working together on a number of projects of common commitment. This book arises from the recognition that the divisions between our fields of action make less and less sense in the present context.

    We would like to pay individual and joint tribute to a number of friends and colleagues who helped in the preparation of the text, especially Andrew Travers and Nigel Parton, who gave detailed comments and suggestions on the whole of the first draft; and to the late Gerry Smale, whose work informed so much of it. The book reflects many discussions and much direct borrowing from the thoughts of others, notably Mita Castle-Kanerova, Franck Düvell, Phil Agulnik, Stuart Duffin, Duncan Burbidge and Barry Hulyer. Bob Holman inspired much of the optimism in it.

    We are grateful to several colleagues and friends who provided material for the case studies and examples, especially Jo Pass and Jeff Townsend; and to those anonymised in the other examples for their permission to use these in the book.

    Finally, Bill Jordan would like to thank his colleagues at Exeter, Huddersfield and North London Universities, at the Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne (where he did much of his writing), and in Budapest, Bratislava and Prague, for many of the arguments, analyses and topics of the book. Special thanks are due to Gill Watson and Diana Cooper for expert work in preparing the typescript.

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