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A Social Work PhD’s unsolicited take on things

Unsolicited Takes

Ecosocial Work

If social work’s main goal is human thriving, now is an urgent time for this ecosocial work to get the attention it deserves- given our intimate dependence on the ecological systems. To illustrate why, I will do a mini summary and review of the book Doughnut Economics by Kate Raworth.

What’s In It for Social Workers? (Part 2)

Barring passion and personal vision for the work, what’s in it for social workers? Part 1 contains almost exclusively cons for being a social worker (in Singapore), but it forms the necessary basis for thinking about Part 2. In Part 2, I consolidate thoughts on the question: How can social workers fulfill their personal visions for both social work and personal life?

What’s In It for Social Workers? (Part 1)

Barring passion and personal vision for the work, what’s in it for social workers? Part 1 contains almost exclusively cons for being a social worker (in Singapore), but it forms the necessary basis for thinking about Part 2. In Part 2, I consolidate thoughts on the question: How can social workers fulfill their personal visions for both social work and personal life?

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