The aim of this book has been to provide examples of best practice in social work seen from critical perspectives. The book has drawn upon and sought to develop existing literature on how social work is created through interactions between practitioners, service users, managers, values, the law and organisational rules and procedures. In some key respects, however, what has been presented in the book constitutes a new way of thinking and writing about social work, given the paucity of literature which has focused in a systematic way on accounts of best practice and the almost complete absence of such narratives in the critical practice literature. In this conclusion we want to draw together the various strands of the book and reflect on the present and possible futures of critical best practice (CBP) perspectives.
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