Renewing social work practice through a postmodern perspective
Postmodernism is one of the most recent significant developments within the social sciences. This paper reviews the movement toward a postmodern perspective beginning in the late 19th century in the field of sociology. The evolution toward a postmodern perspective in the social sciences has important implications for the profession of social work. The authors suggest that the postmodern perspective has the potential to renew the profession of social work.
School of Social Work
Murphy, John W., and John T. Pardeck. "Renewing social work practice through a postmodern perspective." Social Thought 18, no. 3 (1998): 5-19.