In this chapter, we provide a description of how corporeal capacity can be made use of by social workers in practice. A social worker working from a corporeal capacity framework will see the world through the three ‘lenses’ we have described in Chapter 4 — widescreen, middle-range, close-up — recognizing the interpenetration of those broad ‘levels’ of social and material reality which are simultaneously and continuously ‘producing’ the immediate situation which we are trying to understand and to work with.
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