The purpose of this paper is to argue that the work of the American feminist political and legal philosopher, Martha Fineman can be the basis for a shift away from the proceduralism and managerialism that has come to dominate social work practice.
This paper’s work is based on the application of Fineman’s work to social welfare settings.
Fineman’s work calls for a radical rethinking of our notions of autonomy and vulnerability.
This paper applies Fineman’s work to this field.
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