Reflective Processes in Social Work
Social work develops within local, national and global contexts. Reflectivity is to see and understand oneself within a context. Through this course students will reflect and theorize social workers understanding of her/himself and their practices. Students will reveal their subjectivity related to background, professional position and current PhD project.
Credits (ECTS): 5
Semester tution start:Autumn
Number of semesters: 1
Language of instruction: English
Offered by: Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Social Studies
Skills: Through reflective processes contribute to the identification and to analyze challenges in Social Work.
Competences: To demonstrate substantial scholarly and professional integrity and sustained commitment to the development of new ideas or processes at the forefront of Social Work Research.
Required prerequisite knowledge
A pass is equivalent to the grade B or better.
- Course coordinator
- Siv Oltedal
Method of work
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.