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Book Review: The End of Social Work: A Defense of the Social Worker in Times of Transformation

The New Social Worker book review of The End of Social Work: A Defense of the Social Worker in Times of Transformation.

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Maid, an October 2021 release on Netflix, provides an opportunity to learn about domestic abuse, poverty, and social work. However, the series is not representative of all the complexities social workers see in real life. Read more

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The New Social Worker book review of Unglued: A Bipolar Love Story. Read more

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The New Social Worker book review of Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor. Read more

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The New Social Worker book review of Poorly Understood: What America Gets Wrong About Poverty Read more

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Mare of Easttown - Two Love Letters and a Serious Omission. SaraKay Smullens provides commentary on the popular HBO series Mare of Easttown. Read more

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Review of the film, Pieces of a Woman. SaraKay Smullens reviews from a social work point of view. Read more

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Book review of Practicing Forgiveness: A Path Toward Healing Read more

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Body Brokers is an unsettling film that reveals abuses that began to occur after the Affordable Care Act was signed in 2008, requiring every healthcare provider to cover treatment for substance use disorders. Read more

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Promising Young Woman is not a film that our clients (or we) can turn to for direction in healing loss or trauma. Nor is it meant to be. Rather, it confronts myriad issues that social workers face ourselves and with our clients day in and day out. Read more

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