Etnographic methods in Social Work,

Piotr Sałustowicz


The perspective change in Social Work from social problem approach to recognize the clients as “experts of their life” stimulates the growing interest in qualitative research among social workers.   Ethnographic methods belong to one of the broad discussed issues in methodological discourse in social sciences, including social work research.  The application of these methods raises several crucial questions. The paper is going to discuss three following problems: 1) “others as social problems and as subjects managing their every-day life ; 2) Constructing “the world of others” – and the ethnographic solution; 3) Naturalization of outsiders/insiders distinction

Author Piotr Sałustowicz (Wydział Nauk Humanistycznych i Społecznych)
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- Wydział Nauk Humanistycznych i Społecznych
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Book Granosik Mariusz, Gulczynska Anita, Marynowicz-Hetka Ewa (eds.): Participativve Approaches in Social Work Research, 2010, Wyd.UŁ
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