Review: Reconstructive Research in Social Work

Christian Lüders

Abstract


This review focuses on the first four books of a new series titled "Reconstructive Research in Social Work" published by Barbara Budrich publishers. The starting point is the idea that the methods and findings of qualitative research could be helpful for different areas of social work, education and advanced training. The two conference readers and the two studies present a wide range of concepts, methods, results and fields of application. At the same time, they demonstrate that some important questions are still open, especially in relation to the differences between the ethics and quality criteria of qualitative scientific research and the standards of social work practice.
URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1002219

Keywords


qualitative research methods; interpretative approaches; social work



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17169/fqs-11.2.1458

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