In the preceding chapters, we have presented some of the underpinning theoretical concepts which inform our idea of critical best practice (CBP) and drawn on these to explore its meaning in a number of different practice contexts. This chapter and the two which follow seek to develop the idea of CBP by focusing in greater detail on the organisational and cultural context of social work.
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