Shame and social work

Theory, reflexivity and practice

Authors

  • Liz Beddoe University of Auckland

Abstract

Book review.

References

Beddoe, L., Staniforth, B. L., & Fouché, C. B. (2019). “Proud of what I do but often... I would be happier to say I drive trucks”: Ambiguity in social workers’ self- perception. Qualitative Social Work, 18(3), 530–546.

Demant, M. & Lorenz, M. (2021). Interactions of shame: Violence against children in residential care. In L. Frost, V. Magyar-Haas, H. Schoneville, & A. Sicora (Eds.), Shame and social work: Theory, reflexivity and practice (pp. 99–118. Policy Press.

Frost, L. (2021). Making sense of shame theory: A psychosocial structure. In L. Frost, V. Magyar-Haas, H. Schoneville, & A. Sicora (Eds.), Shame and social work: Theory, reflexivity and practice (pp. 19–38). Policy Press.

Gibson, M. (2019). Pride and shame in child and family social work. Policy Press.

Gibson, M. (2021). Shame regulation as organisational control: Evoking, containing and diverting shame to create compliance. In L. Frost, V. Magyar-Haas, H. Schoneville, & A. Sicora (Eds.), Shame and social work: Theory, reflexivity and practice (pp. 143–162).Policy Press.

Hardy, M. (2021). Claim, blame, shame: How risk undermines authenticity in social work. In L. Frost, V. Magyar-Haas, H, Schoneville, & A. Sicora (Eds.), Shame and social work: Theory, reflexivity and practice (pp. 163–185). Policy Press.

Hobbs, E. K., & Evans, N. (2017). Social work perceptions and identity: How social workers perceive public and professional attitudes towards their vocation and discipline. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 29(4), 19-31. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol29iss4id378

Houston, S. (2015). Empowering the shamed self: Recognition and critical social work. Journal of Social Work, 16(1) 3–21.

Link, B. G., & Phelan, J. C. (2001). Conceptualizing stigma. Annual Review of Sociology, 27, 363–385.

Scambler, G. (2004). Re-framing stigma: Felt and enacted stigma and challenges to the sociology of chronic and disabling conditions. Social Theory & Health, 2(1), 29–46.

Sicora, A. (2018). Vergogna e servizio sociale. Esplorazioni intorno a un emozione poco considerate [Shame and social service: Little considered explorations around an emotion]. Prospettive Sociali e Sanitarie, 4, 29–32.

Staniforth, B., Dellow, S. C., & Scheffer, C. (2021). What creates the public’s impression of social work and how can we improve it? Qualitative Social Work, 21(2). https://doi.org/10.1177/1473325021992104

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Published

2022-05-17

How to Cite

Beddoe, L. (2022). Shame and social work: Theory, reflexivity and practice. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 34(1), 153–155. Retrieved from https://anzswjournal.nz/anzsw/article/view/967

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Book Reviews