|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Neoliberalism, the Third Way and Social Work: the UK Experience|
Social justice Great Britain
Social work Great Britain
Great Britain Politics and government 1997-
|Citation:||Ferguson I (2004) Neoliberalism, the Third Way and Social Work: the UK Experience. Social Work and Society, 2 (1), pp. 1-9. http://www.socwork.net/2004/1/articles/425|
|Abstract:||For most of the past two decades, the notion that there is no alternative to the market as a basis for organising society has constituted a kind of global 'common sense', accepted not only by the neoliberal Right but also by social-democratic politicians and thinkers, in the form of the 'Third Way'. This paper will critically assess the central claims of neoliberalism in the light of experience in the UK and internationally, evaluate the way in which Third Way policies are shaping social work in the UK, and in the final section, begin to explore some of the ways in which the anti-capitalist movement which has emerged in recent years might contribute to the development of a new, engaged social work, based on social justice.|
|Rights:||Published in Social Work and Society by University of Bielefeld, Center for Social Service Studies.; Publisher statement from website: "The SW&S-Journal is an Open Access Publication that is available free of charge. It is a member of the Digital Peer Publishing Initiative (www.dipp.nrw.de)" http://www.socwork.net/mission.; DPPL: http://www.dipp.nrw.de/lizenzen/dppl/|
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