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  1. ANTI-OPPRESSIVE PRACTICE, Oppression, Discrimination, Prejudice
  2. COMMUNITY WORK
  3. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, Informal Education, Youth Works, Ethics
  4. GROUPS AND GROUPWORK
  5. SOCIAL POLICY
  6. SOCIAL SCIENCES, Sociology, Psychology, Politics

ANTI-OPPRESSIVE PRACTICE, Oppression, Discrimination, Prejudice

AGENTS OF SURVEILLANCE explores theories of oppression in the context of practice, using examples of 'race', gender and disability

ANTI-OPPRESSIVE CASE-STUDY using planning and assessment models, this essay examines a piece of anti-oppressive work carried out on placement

ANTI-OPPRESSIVE PRACTICE: AN INTRODUCTION Introduces oppression, anti-oppressive practice and Thompson's PCS analysis.

BEYOND ISLAMOPHOBIA critically explores issues of Islamophobia and the role of the educator (previously published in Multi-cultural Teaching)

BLACK PERSPECTIVES (THE SYWO CENTRE FOR ANTI-RACIST THEORY AND PRACTICE) contains a range of articles, commentary and activities for anti-racist youth and community work

CHARTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF MULTI-ETHNIC BRITAIN an outline history of the development of multi-ethnic Britain (previously published in Multi-cultural Teaching)

CITIZENSHIP - A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION looks at the definition, history and development of 'citizenship' and argues for anti-oppressive principles in youth and community work

MYTH OF EQUALITY, The looks at 'whiteness' and 'blackness' and argues that equality is mythical

NEED FOR A BLACK PERSPECTIVE, The an introduction to the need for practitioners to utilise a black perspective in their work

PROMOTING HOMOPHOBIA? critiques current legislation and social policy in respect of tackling homophobic bullying in schools

QUESTIONING CITIZENSHIP a critical introduction to concepts of citizenship, democracy and civilisation

QUESTIONING MODELS OF ANTI-OPPRESSIVE PRACTICE a substantial critique of the models employed by practitioners as they seek to address oppression

REFLECTIONS: GENDER looks at issues of gender and oppression from a renewed perspective

SOCIAL POLICY & ASYLUM SEEKERS - A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE looks at the implications of modern social policy on services for asylum seekers

SOCIAL INFLUENCE OF GENDER explores how gender is 'learnt' in society utilizing social science perspectives

TACKLING ISLAMOPHOBIA examines the concept of Islamophobia and how to challenge it in practice (previously published in Multi-cultural Teaching)

THOMPSON'S PCS MODEL EXPLAINED (PERSONAL CULTURAL STRUCTURAL) considered important for those seeking to challenge oppression, the PCS model is useful as an introductory tool

THREE PERSPECTIVES OF 'RACE' AND RACISM an introductory table outlining three common perspectives on issues of 'race' and racism

WHAT WE SHOULD TEACH YOUNG PEOPLE ABOUT RACISM a clear and concise introduction to anti-racist methodologies and practice

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COMMUNITY WORK

COMMUNITY WORK MODELS extract taken from Popple (1995) showing common models of community work practice

COMMUNITY WORK - LIBERATION OR CONTROL? explores definitions and dilemmas faced in community work practice

FROM AWARENESS TO ACTION provides a case-study of setting an agenda for practice, including theories and models of community work

COMMUNITY WORK PROFILE definitions of community work, analysis of a community and an action plan for work

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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, Informal Education, Youth Work, Foundations, Ethics

EDUCATION FOR LIFE looks at the development of education in youth work, including definitions and historical analysis

EDUCATION AND YOUTH WORK another example of the development of education in youth work

ETHICS IN RESEARCH examines the view that ethical considerations are always present in research

INFORMAL EDUCATION & YOUTH WORK explores concepts of informal education, formal education, the curriculum and conversation

YOUTH WORKERS AS PROFESSIONALS? what is a professional? is it important for youth workers to be recognised as professionals?

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GROUPS & GROUPWORK

GROUPS & GROUPWORK explores group work theory, including roles, environment and oppression

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SOCIAL POLICY

ADOLESCENCE AND CRIME explores why adolescence appears to be the 'peak age' at which crime is committed

APPROACHES IN SOCIAL POLICY in note form, outlines approaches and themes of social policy

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP - A CASE STUDY explores the impact of social policy and funding on the work of a local volunteering bureau

PROMOTING HOMOPHOBIA? critiques current legislation and social policy in respect of tackling homophobic bullying in schools

SOCIAL POLICY & ASYLUM SEEKERS - A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE looks at the implications of modern social policy on services for asylum seekers

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SOCIAL SCIENCES, Sociology, Psychology, Politics

CHANGE AGENT IN CONFLICT examines the extent to which change and stability are important in YCD work, drawing on psychology and sociology

ROLE AND FUNCTION OF THE MEDIA IN SOCIETY explores concepts of mass media, with sociological perspectives

SCIENCE BEHIND YOUTH WORK, The explores sociology and psychology in a student's understanding of herself and the work she does

SOCIAL INFLUENCE OF GENDER explores how gender is 'learnt' in society utilizing social science perspectives

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