The intellectual resources for critical … To find critical views on society, we have to turn to other kinds of books on social work, with titles such as Multicultural social work practice (Sue, 2006) or Modern social work practice. Welcome to the newest issue of Critical Social Work: An Interdisciplinary Journal Dedicated to Social Justice. 2) of Critical Social Work: An Interdisciplinary Journal Dedicated to Social Justice.This issue of Critical Social Work includes four peer-reviewed articles. Critical practice is still relevant in social work 1 Critical practice in social perspective 2 Thinking critically: working with families 3 Practising critically 6 Using theories in being critical 8 The importance of language and understandings 10 Conclusion 11 Further reading 12. 4 In Gambrill E (2013) Social Work Practice: A Critical Thinker [s Guide (3rd edition) Source Paul R (1993) Critical Thinking: What every person needs to survive in a rapidly changing world (rev 3rd edition (pp22-23) Foundation for Critical thinking 5 Wilkins D and Boahen G (2013) Critical Analysis Skills for Social Workers Berkshire: Open University Press . These ideas have also been used successfully by Ford et al. Teaching and learning in practice settings (Doel & Low, 2005). In this issue, the authors address a series of issues of importance to our thinking and practices in a way that advances our understanding of the human condition temporally and spiritually. The Role of Supervision in Social Work: A critical analysis Jeanne Marie Hughes, BA (Early Childhood Studies), MSW Abstract This research explores the role of supervision in social work practice. This issue of Critical Social Work includes five peer-reviewed articles. Drawing on critical theory for social work practice implies a focus on the structural causes of individual ‘problems’, promoting client rights, challenging inequality, and recognising patterned disadvantages related to, for example, gender, race, sexuality and class. 21, No. explorations of human rights and its relationship to critical social work practice. Welcome to the newest issue (Vol. This would involve embedding human rights inthe social work curriculum, as well as providing opportunities to examine the concept of human rights in detail in specialist subjects where possible. that the critical thinker can be thought of in terms of a set of ‘requisite intellec-tual resources’. Critical social work is about acknowledging the limitations of our current society and the systems that characterise it, and exposing oppressive conditions that impede human freedom and social justice (Mullaly 2010) in order to think about how things might be different. It incorporates an analysis of the supervisory relationship between supervisor and supervisee and how this contributes to the supervision process. (2004, 2005) in their research on criticality with students in social work education, and are explored below.