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how does social work and social policy work together to reduce social exclusion.
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Someone, anyone, please help 🤧
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how does social work and social policy work together to reduce social exclusion.
Presuming this is for a uni essay?

Have a look at the definition of social exclusion. Then look at social policy and examples of certain policies and the effect that they could have on social exclusion. Then it would be right to look at how social workers are able to use social policy in their day to day work and how this would be able to reduce social exclusion, either on an individual or wider level.
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(Original post by suitepee)
Presuming this is for a uni essay?

Have a look at the definition of social exclusion. Then look at social policy and examples of certain policies and the effect that they could have on social exclusion. Then it would be right to look at how social workers are able to use social policy in their day to day work and how this would be able to reduce social exclusion, either on an individual or wider level.
Thanks for taking the time to respond. I’ve already completed it now 😄
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