Group Work: Theories and Practices is the first text on the subject written by an Indian author. Group work method is widely used in the Asian subcontinent, particularly in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. It has emerged as a vital strategy for empowering women, and helping children, youth, and the elderly in a variety of settings. The text provides insight into the theories and assumptions offered by social science research globally. It also suggests guidelines for using them, keeping in mind the practice realities in developing countries such as India. Students, teachers, and professionals in social work, adult education, rural and child development, and those working with groups will find this book helpful in accomplishing their objectives.
Publication Date: 1/1/2008