Critical perspectives help social workers to avoid assuming that the way things are is the way they have to be. They offer critiques and alternatives to the present social order — how society is arranged around us. From these, practitioners can analyse and deal with the social factors that underlie the present problems they are grappling with, or with social barriers to the positive aims they are trying to achieve.
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