Feminist theory and strategy in social work

Reynolds, Jill (1993). Feminist theory and strategy in social work. In: Walmsley, Jan; Reynolds, Jill; Shakespeare, Pamela and Woolfe, Ray eds. Health, Welfare and Practice. London: Sage, pp. 74–82.

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This article discusses liberal, radical and socialist feminist perspectives and the ways in which they have informed social work strategies. Feminist social work academics tend to stress the breadth of possibilities offered by feminism and the common goals rather than the different purposes.

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