Pioneers of what eventually became known as critical social work were often foreshadowed by the women’s movement and then by more theoretically savvy feminists. Feminist social workers took early advantage of the slogan ‘the personal is the political’. The injustices and inequalities suffered by women are not the result of personal troubles, rather, they are social and political in origin.
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