Blyth, Eric and Masson, Helen (2006) Editorial: British Journal of Social Work 38(2). British Journal of Social Work, 38 (2). pp. 215-217. ISSN 0045-3102

This issue of the British Journal of Social Work comprises an important set of varied papers, with contributions from Canada and Hong Kong, as well as the UK, with some of the research described taking place on a global scale. Some papers are largely quantitative in their methodology, some are firmly qualitative and others comprise theoretical and discursive accounts covering forms of knowledge in social work, the state of children's welfare (in England) and issues of race and anti-oppressive practice. Several of the conclusions drawn or recommendations made may be viewed as controversial but, at the very least, we hope they provoke a healthy reflection and debate in the social work community

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