Warming and Fahnøe offers, through introduction of the sensitising concept of lived citizenship and a socio-spatial perspective, a much needed renewal of the rights and strength based approach to social work practice and research towards an almost anthropological understanding of the social situation of vulnerable groups. Indeed, they show how the concept of lived citizenship, and four supporting concepts (disciplinary versus inclusive identity shaping; intimate citizenship; space; community governance) enables contextualized analyses of the complexities of social work as a social space of meaning and power as (re-) producing practices through which clients experience and negotiate rights, responsibilities, participation, identity and belonging, and thereby of dynamics of inclusion and exclusion related to social work.
|Lived Citizenship on the Edge of Society : Rights, Belonging, Intimate Life and Spatiality
|Hanne Warming, Kristian Fahnøe
|Udgivet - 2017
|Palgrave Politics of Identity and Citizenship Series
- social work
- lived citizenship
- intimate citizenship