Vulnerability: Questioning the certainties in social work and health

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Vulnerability : Questioning the certainties in social work and health. / Fawcett, B.

In: International Social Work, Vol. 52, No. 4, 01.07.2009, p. 473-484.

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abstract = "Vulnerability is a policy and practice concept which is often ascribed a fixed meaning with universal connotations. In this article, different conceptualizations of vulnerability are examined. It is argued that this exploration militates against the erosion of self-determination and autonomy and revitalizes working relationships between service users and professionals.",
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