A programme for teaching interviewing skills in social work

Bland, Robert (1978). A programme for teaching interviewing skills in social work Master's Thesis, School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, The University of Queensland.

       
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Author Bland, Robert
Thesis Title A programme for teaching interviewing skills in social work
School, Centre or Institute School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1978
Thesis type Master's Thesis
Supervisor F. Pavlin
Total pages 157
Language eng
Subjects 1607 Social Work
Formatted abstract
Introduction


A major area of innovation in Social Work education in recent years has been the use of videotape and closed circuit television (CCTV). Since the commencement of the 1969 academic year, the Social Work Department at the University of Queensland has been experimenting with, the use of videotapes in teaching Social Work skills. The present study


The visit of Dr Mayadas to the Department in 1976 brought increased interest in the use of video programmes in structured interview training. Her work has helped to shape the content and direction of subsequent research by the Social Work Department.
Keyword Social work education.
Interviewing.
Interview skills in social work.

 
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