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Preface List of Contributors Part I: Introduction 1 Introducing critical theories for social work in a neo-liberal context Part II: Developing conceptual frameworks for critical social work 2 Tracing the origins of critical social work practice 3 Theorising new developments in critical social work 4 From evidence-based practice to critical knowledge in post-positivist social work 5 Promoting a human rights perspective on critical social work 6 Doing critical social work Part III: Resisting domination and oppression 7 Towards anti-racist and culturally affirming practices 8 Reversing colonial practices with Indigenous peoples 9 Reconstructing social work practices with families 10 Examining the meaning of childhood in critical social work practice 11 Using critical reflection to improve feminist practice 12 Challenges and directions for profeminist practice with men 13 Empower
June Allan is Senior Lecturer in Social Work at RMIT University. Linda Briskman holds the Dr Haruhisa Handa Chair in Human Rights Education at Curtin University. Bob Pease is Chair of Social Work at Deakin University.