This chapter examines the ways in which sexuality has been thought about within social work theory, policy and practice from the 1970s through to the present day. It discusses various models, asks which versions have been dominant or sidelined, and proposes an approach based on analysis of the practical and theoretical implications of sexuality as ‘discourse’.
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