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34 Casework in Context Other attempts to find a common base have revolved around the social work role—or rather nexus of roles. Whatever our method or setting, there are common elements in this nexus. We are all at times: Educators—resource people for information, advice and opinion, whether for clients or others. Education is not just a matter of facts and opinions, however; it may well involve getting into the open the feelings and attitudes which often influence the selection of 'signi ficant' facts, the interpretation of facts, or underly opinions.
E. the work generated by the contact with the client or involvement with agency administration) may bog practitioners down in quite inordinate preoccupations with diagnosis, recording a n d supervision. But I feel that they would again appear divisive in their discussion of the social science base of practice. While there may be much in their suggesting that theorists (whether psychological, sociological or political) tend to be culture and personality bound, and that theories should be selected in terms of their usefulness in practice; they also suggest that theories should be selected for their philosophical compatibility.
With macro-systems (neighbourhoods, organisa tions, communities or societies) the worker will be engaged in some The Development of Social Work Conceptualisation 41 face-to-face relationships but these will be with only some of those involved (representatives or key figures) though the focus will remain on helping all those within the system even though for a variety of reasons—many of them practical—the bulk of the system members may never be directly involved with the work or the worker. Whittaker feels there are sufficient distinctions between working with mic ro- and macro-systems in terms of knowledge, objectives and strate gies used, to treat them separately even if they remain complementary and with certain areas of overlap.
Casework in Context. A Basis for Practice by D. E. F. Tilbury and Jean P. Nursten (Auth.)