Just say no to spying on clients for dubious research projects

Fitzpatrick, Michael
September 2009
Community Care;9/17/2009, Issue 1787, p23
The article offers information on the Alcohol Concern initiative which urges social workers to share the effects of alcohol misuse to families and children in Great Britain. The initiative, which has seen questionnaire distributed to social workers inquiring them to report their perceptions where alcohol is a factor in domestic violence, raises several issues. The Alcohol Concern questionnaire is a good example of an advocacy study carried by campaigning organisations.


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