Social work and end-of-life care

Social work is important in end-of-life care

Modern Social Work Theory – new edition published

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I thought I’d just mention the new (fourth) edition of my book Modern Social Work Theory – it’s bigger, better, easier to read and heavily updated. And, inevitably, calls on my most recent social work experience in eMSWT4nd-of-life care for some of its examples and thinking about practice.

Link to its British publishers, Palgrave Macmillan.

Link to its American publishers, Lyceum.

Why do they think blue abstract swirls sell a book?


Written by Malcolm Payne

20 January 2014 at 2:38 pm

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  1. I don’t know if blue food dye dissolving in water will sell books, but it sure is pretty to look at :-). Do you think they are hinting at the abstract nature of theory, the difficulty people have in grasping something so ephemeral, and the light that you’ll shine on the subject? I’m just glad Lyceum didn’t use the graphic designer who came up with the “Getting your MSW” cover…

    Jonathan Singer

    20 January 2014 at 6:12 pm

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