1. Essential Reading 13 items
    1. Understanding defences and defensiveness in social work - Pamela Trevithick 12/2011

      Article Core Essential reading Weeks 1-3. Burnley: by 13th March. Preston, by 12th March Key concepts: defences, anxiety, resistance, transference, counter-transference and projective identification.

    2. Thinking from experience in psychosocial practice: reclaiming and teaching ‘use of self’ - Lynn Froggett, Ellen Ramvi, Linda Davies 03/04/2015

      Article Core Essential reading Weeks 1-3. Burnley: by 13th March. Preston, by 12th March

    3. Countertransference, supervision and the reflection process - Dick Agass 2002

      Article Core Essential: weeks 1-3, by 12/13th March. Key concept of counter-transference

    4. Containing anxiety in institutions: selected essays, Volume I - Isabel Menzies Lyth 1988

      Book Core Essential reading weeks 1-3 by 12/13th March. Key concept: social defence in institutions

    5. Using Football Metaphor to Engage Men in Therapeutic Support - Helen Spandler, Alastair Roy, Mick Mckeown 03/04/2014

      Article Core Essential reading. Key Concepts. Burnley by week 3 13th March, Preston by week 5 23rd March.

    6. Acting out and the institutional response - Kingsley Norton, Bridget Dolan 1995

      Article Core Essential. Key Concepts. Acting out. Burnley by week 3 13th March, Preston by week 5 23rd March.

    7. Black skin, white masks | ebook - Frantz Fanon 2008

      Book Core Essential Reading for Week 4 by 16th March Preston, by 20th March Burnley.

    8. The struggle for recognition: the moral grammar of social conflicts | ebook - Axel Honneth 1995

      Book Core Essential Reading for Week 4 by 16th March Preston, by 20th March Burnley.

    9. The struggle for recognition: the moral grammar of social conflicts - Axel Honneth, Joel Anderson 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Essential Reading for Week 4 by 16th March Preston, by 20th March Burnley.

    10. Social Theory, Psychoanalysis and Racism - Simon Clarke 2003

      Book Core Essential. Key Concepts: Projection (Chapter 5,6) projective identification (Chapter 9) Preston by 19th March Burnley by 27th March *see also digitised Chapter 8 below

    11. Melanie Klein, Racism and Psychoanalysis [Chapter 8]

      Chapter Core Digitised chapter 8 "Melanie Klein, Racism and Psychoanalysis" from Social Theory, Psychoanalysis and Racism pages 123-145 available via ONLINE LINK.

    12. Human agency and social suffering - Liz Frost, Paul Hoggett 2008

      Article Core Essential: Preston by 19th March Burnley by 27th March

  2. Grey literature: News/current affairs examples for Ali Roy's racism/young people lecture Preston 19 March Burnley 27 March 3 items
    1. The Roots of Jacinda Ardern’s Extraordinary Leadership of New Zealand After the Christchurch Terrorist Attack | The New Yorker - Amelia Lester 23/03/2019

      Webpage Core Current affairs media example for race and racism lecture Preston 19th March Burnley 27th March

    2. The Norway town that forgave and forgot its child killers - Erwin James 20/03/2010

      Article Core News feature example Preston 19th March Burnley 27th March

    3. Society did right by James Bulger’s killers | Deborah Orr - Deborah Orr 25/11/2017

      Article Core Opinion article example Preston 19th March Burnley 27th March

  3. Suggested reading 25 items
    1. Why be happy when you could be normal? - Jeanette Winterson 2012

      Book Further Helen Spandler suggests you could read memoirs/autobiographies like this one in preparation for the assignment briefing.

    2. Love, hate and welfare: psychosocial approaches to policy and practice - Lynn Froggett 2002

      Book Further

    3. Psychosocial and relationship-based practice | ebook - Claudia Megele 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    4. Psychosocial and relationship-based practice - Claudia Megele 2015

      Book Further

    5. Key features of therapeutic social work: The use of relationship - John Sudbery 11/2002

      Article Further Essential. Key Concepts: Transference, counter-transference, supervision.

    6. The emotionally intelligent social worker - David Howe 2008

      Book Further

    7. The reflection process in casework supervision - Janet Mattinson, Tavistock Institute of Marital Studies 1992

      Book Further

    8. Making sense of social work: psychodynamics, systems and practice - Michael Preston-Shoot, Dick Agass 1990

      Book Further

    9. THE EMOTIONAL IMPACT OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE - Sandra Dwyer 03/2007

      Article Further

    10. What's All this Talk About Emotion? Developing Emotional Intelligence in Social Work Students - Louise Grant, Gail Kinman, Kelly Alexander 03/10/2014

      Article Further

    11. PROJECTIVE PROCESSES ON THE FRONT LINE - Sylvia Smith 07/2007

      Article Further

    12. Countertransference and positive growth in social workers - Sarah Gibbons, David Murphy, Stephen Joseph 03/2011

      Article Further

  4. Theoretical Background 7 items
    1. Playing and reality - D. W. Winnicott 2005

      Book Optional

    2. Introduction to the work of Melanie Klein | ebook - Hanna Segal, Institute of Psycho-Analysis 1988, c1973 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

    3. Introduction to the work of Melanie Klein | ebook - Hanna Segal 2018 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

    4. Introduction to the work of Melanie Klein - Hanna Segal, Institute of Psycho-Analysis 1988

      Book Optional

    5. Emotional life and the politics of welfare | ebook - Paul Hoggett, Jo Campling 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

    6. Emotional life and the politics of welfare - Paul Hoggett 2000

      Book Optional