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Final Words - Social Work and Rural Communities Reflections and Ways Forward

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Publication date2/05/2024
Host publicationRural Social Work in the UK: Themes and Challenge for the Future
EditorsColin Turbett, Jane Pye
Place of PublicationCham
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Number of pages13
ISBN (electronic)9783031524400
ISBN (print)9783031524394
<mark>Original language</mark>English


This chapter, by the editors, summarises the common issues emerging from the three themes of the book: stigma, environment and community, and two that are evident throughout the chapters: stories as data and the pros and cons of the digital revolution. The innovative as well as well-versed ways of seeing the world and its issues that the contributors have outlined are highlighted, offering as the book reaches a conclusion further amplification of the notion of community as fundamental to rural social work practice.