In the previous three chapters we have discussed the human body as theorized within contemporary sociology/social theory and biology. Our argument has been that the body, and in particular the biological body as studied within the neurosciences, is largely absent within social work theory. At the same time, there is continuing emphasis within social work on person-in-environment or person-in-psychosocial situation which struggles to account for the lived bodily implications of such a concept.
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