Aims/Description: This module will inquire into the changing roles and responsibilities of public and community practitioners. Students will identify and debate the dynamics of the policy context and their impact on the power relations, identities, boundaries and practices of organisations, professionals, and other practitioners. Students will be encouraged to work together to build on their own work experiences and learning from earlier modules, in order to refine their understanding of past and future working contexts, and their own career aspirations. -

Staff Contact: Julie Cook
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Independent Study,
Assessment: Project work, One group presentation (15%)

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