Social exclusion is an essentially conservative concept the rhetoric of social exclusion implies that the long standing tension between middle class social workers and their working class clients should be resolved in favour of the former. For me reading social work poverty and social exclusion in its entirety was a must in a terms of both being inquisitive around the discussions in the subsequent chapters and also being to reflect on my current practice using the what do you think sub sections. An understanding of social division social exclusion and poverty is fundamental to the ethos of social work this book relates poverty and social exclusion to social work practice offering a fresh approach to the challenges social workers face in helping clients out of povertythe book begins by examining the challenges posed by growing . Drawing on the experiences of the authors of designing and delivering a module on social work poverty and social exclusion on a postgraduate dipsw programme it considers an approach to developing poverty aware social work practice for social workers in training. However poverty emphasises material as well as social deprivation while social exclusion forefronts a person or a groups ability to participate in social economic political and cultural life and their relationships with others
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