Social Work and Irish People in Britain: Historical and Contemporary Responses to Irish Children and Families by Paul Garrett

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Author
Paul Garrett
Publisher
Policy Press
Date of release
Pages
192
ISBN
9781861344113
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Paperback
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Dominant social work and social care discourses on 'race' and ethnicity often fail to incorporate an Irish dimension. This book challenges this omission and provides new insights into how social work has engaged with Irish children and their families, historically and to the present day.


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