Anti-oppressive Practice

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Section One – Overview of Anti-Oppressive Practice Anti-Oppressive Practice

Roots, Theory, Tensions

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter defines and gives an overview of anti-oppressive social work practice, and the roots of this concept. 29 $2.90 Add
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Anti-Oppressive Practice

Neoliberalism, Inequality and Change

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter looks at some of the broad social, political and economic forces shaping social work practice and workplaces, including globalization, neoliberalism, and managerialism. 25 $2.50 Add
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Section Two – Types of Practice Introduction

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter expands on how AOP differs from mainstream social work practice as well as outlines the second section of the book. 2 $0.20 Add
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Emic and Alliance

Anti-Oppressive Social Work in Child Protection

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter looks at anti-oppressive child protection practices. The author puts particular emphasis on understanding the perspective of the parent receiving intervention. 13 $1.30 Add
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Who’s Protecting Whom?

Child Welfare and Policing Black Families

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter looks at the over-representation of Black children in the care of the Ontario child welfare system and the implications of this phenomenon, highlighting structural factors such as … ; ; ; 19 $1.90 Add
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Robert Ornelas, New York City, Lipan Apache / Ysleta del Sur Pueblo

“A part of the soul sickness for me was being ashamed. . . . What we were being taught about Indians was so minimal and so negative.”

From: How We Go Home

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Robert Ornelas, who lives in New York City, and is of the Lipan Apache / Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, is a retired substance abuse counselor. He shares how he understood and felt about being native as … 17 $1.70 Add
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Soup Days and Decolonization

Indigenous Pathways to Anti-Oppressive Practice

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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Drawing on Indigenous (Haudenosaunee or Iroquoian) knowledge and cultural practices, this chapter examines the need for anti-oppressive practices that address the multiple and compounded layers … 17 $1.70 Add
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Let Us Work Together

Welfare Rights and Anti-Oppressive Practice

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter discusses ways for social workers to work collaboratively and strategically with people living in poverty. The chapter explores strategies for social workers to help people challenge … 15 $1.50 Add
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Disability Rights and Justice Activism

Lessons for Anti-Oppressive Community Organizing

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter examines disability rights and justice activism, exploring key principles for community organizing undertaken from an antioppressive approach. The author emphasizes the experiences … 16 $1.60 Add
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Beyond the Social Model of Disability

Engaging in Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter addresses anti-oppressive social work practice with people with disabilities. The authors highlight the importance of language in the social construction of disability and expanding … ; ; 19 $1.90 Add
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Business As Usual

Doing Anti-Oppressive Organizational Change

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter explores the strategies used by anti-oppressive practice practitioners to integrate anti-oppressive principles into their everyday practices in feminist agencies, in particular, the … 21 $2.10 Add
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Counter-Storytelling

Anti-Oppressive Social Work with Older Adults

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter questions taken-for-granted assumptions in social work practice with older adults. It explores the importance of challenging the notion that older adults are a homogenous group by … ; ; 19 $1.90 Add
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Creating Counter-Stories

Critical Clinical Practice and Feminist Narrative Therapy

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter explores feminist narrative therapy and its applications and benefits. 21 $2.10 Add
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Pathologizing Distress

The Colonial Master's Tools and Mental Health Services for “Newcomers/Immigrants”

From: Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice

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This chapter critically examines the mental health supports and services often offered to immigrants, refugees, and racialized peoples in Canada. It draws on a case study to make the point that … 19 $1.90 Add