SAGE Guide to Social Work Careers
Your Journey to Advocacy
- Melissa Bird - Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA
Social Work & Social Policy (General)
The SAGE Guide to Social Work Careers presents first-hand stories from practitioners to help inform, inspire, and guide students to become advocates for social justice issues. With a unique focus on advocacy and social justice, the book covers fundamentals of the social work profession—from coalition building to advocacy engagement and stakeholder outreach—across a range of practice areas, such as mental health, substance abuse, and criminal justice. Students in BSW and MSW programs will gain practical knowledge that will prepare them to successfully navigate their way to a rewarding career.
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Bundle the SAGE Guide to Social Work Careers with any SAGE Social Work text for only $5 more! Contact your rep for more information.
Also of Interest
Introduction to Social Work: An Advocacy-Based Profession, Second Edition: Takes students to the roots of the social work profession by covering its history, practice settings, and career paths within a unique advocacy framework. Bundle the SAGE Career Guide to Social Work Careers with Introduction to Social Work using bundle ISBN 978-1-5443-3029-7.
“This is a very exciting text. The author shares her enthusiasm for policy advocacy and gives many practical examples of how to make a career in this field"
“I like this book because of the stories and the layout. It is a nice balance of theory and practice. I find the book to be ‘friendly’ for first and second year students.”