Social Work in Digital Societies
Social Work in Digital Societies

Social Work in Digital Societies

McGraw Hill

Social Work has changed along history; in particular, technological innovation has transformed the relationship between practitioners, institutions and clients. Simultaneously, these transformations affect crucial ethical issues such as privacy, property of data, confidentiality, right to ...

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Social Work has changed along history; in particular, technological innovation has transformed the relationship between practitioners, institutions and clients. Simultaneously, these transformations affect crucial ethical issues such as privacy, property of data, confidentiality, right to forget, who owns knowledge

This book offers an up-to-date discussion on how technology and innovation under ethical questioning relate to Social Work. Although it is not intended as a textbook, it will provide teachers with materials, the main topics involved and ongoing discussions.

ÍNDICE

Introduction

1. Crossroads Times for Social Work and Social Innovation.

2. Human Nature and Innovation. Is It Possible to Guide Technology? The Case of Social Casework.

3. Innovation as Open Science, Open Data or Citizen’s Science: an Ethical Approach for Social Work.

4. The History of Technology in Social Work.

5. Digital Social Work in Digital Societies: Challenges for Research, Practice, and Innovation.

6. Digital Competencies for Teaching Online Social Work.

7. Social Media in Social Work: Research, Education, and Practice.

8. Social Work Practice and Research with Technology: Ethical Challenges and Responses.

9. Social Work Agents in Digital Environments.

Paginas
176
Autor
Andrés Arias Astray, Andoni Alonso Puelles y David Alonso González
Fecha de edición
1ª edición Enero 2022
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