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Social Work

Social work firstly reviews people’s many living conditions problems, the processes which cause these and questions pertaining to social inequality at both individual and the social level. Secondly, the practices and procedures of social work are analysed, as is the functioning of the various services and means of providing help. Moreover, professional modes of operation for overcoming problems and inequality are completed and developed. In the dissection of these different sub-areas tolls for social sciences research are used and formed and use is made of a set of multiprofessional concepts. Social Work owes its status as a separate academic discipline to its special relationship with practice: Practice is a principal research object of social work and the discipline is in constant dialogue with professionals in the field and various client groups.

School of Social Sciences and Humanities