This valuable textbook communicates the complexities and controversies at the heart of youth work management, exploring key issues in a critical fashion. Written by a team of experienced youth work lecturers, the chapters cover topics such as planning, evaluation and supervision, whilst acknowledging the changing structures of integrated services and the impact of public service reform. Divided into three sections, it covers: Historical and theoretical context Critical practice issues, including leadership, policy constraints, planning and accountability Managing in different settings, for instance integrated services and the voluntary sector. Aimed at both youth work students studying for their professional qualification, as well as practicing managers, Critical Issues in Youth Work Management encourages critical thinking about what management in youth work is and what it can be. It includes reflective questions and further reading, and case studies are integrated throughout.This chapter does not claim to be definitive but attempts to offer some preliminary findings to a#39;shed a light upona#39; a ... However, a step change in partnership and integrated working arrived with the election of the first New Labour government in 1997. ... Early plans included suggestions that the youth service would be wholly absorbed into the new service outside local ... (Davies and Merton, 2010: 32) With a priority focus on the socially excluded, it emphasized personal advice, supportanbsp;...
|Title||:||Critical Issues in Youth Work Management|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-06-17|