Applied Research and Evaluation for Social Work Practice

Applied Research and Evaluation for Social Work Practice teaches theories, concepts and methods of systematic inquiry and its relationship to professional social work judgment and action. The contribution of applied research to social justice, community based inquiry and accountability and evidence based practice is emphasized. Topics to be explored include: quantitative, qualitative, action and evaluative approaches to systematic inquiry for social work practice; ethical considerations in social work research.

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Academic level(s)Bachelor
CountryCanada
Language of instructionEnglish
InstitutionMemorial University of Newfoundland
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ECTS credits0.0
Field schoolNo
Fields of studySocial and behavioural science (others)
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Tagssocial work
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