Social Work Education: Reflections and debate in the European context

Editora Edições Esgotadas, 20/01/2021 - 196 páginas

Believing that the precondition for efficient social services lies in the education of well-trained, professional and ethically responsible social workers, this book offers a unique insight into different – yet converging on some aspects – models of social work education in four countries: Portugal, Spain, Italy and Albania.

Starting from a comparative analysis of the organization of the Bachelor and Master’s degrees in social work at the Universities of Lisbon, Madrid, Florence, Tirana, Shkoder and Elbasan, remarkable differences have emerged.


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Jorge Manuel Leitão Ferreira

PhD Social Work Associate Professor

Areas of research: Theoretical Research (Epistemology, Social Work theory and the interdisciplinarity of knowledge); the science dimension in Social Work; E-social work/Digital Social Work and Applied Research (Social Work Practices in Institutional, Community and Family contexts in the context of Children, Youth, Family, Adults in a situation of social vulnerability, social protection system and social policies, integrated and collaborative approaches).

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