Diversity in ageing, reductive welfare and potential new ways of utilising ethics in social work with Older People
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis chapter examines some ethical and political challenges generated by the increasingly complex needs of an ageing society upon social work. It concentrates on the UK as a case study and critically evaluates related age-graded policies and practices relating to social work and care. The chapter includes a discussion of the on-going tensions between social diversity within an ageing society and the shrinking of formal care provision, alongside the impact of professional codes of ethics.
CitationCarey, M. (2018 - in press). Diversity in ageing, reductive welfare and potential new ways of utilising ethics in social work with Older People. In S. Webb (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Critical Social Work. Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.
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