Items by Baldwin, Dr Mark
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Teater, B. and Baldwin, M. J., 2014. Singing for successful ageing:The perceived benefits of participating in the golden oldies community-arts programme. The British Journal of Social Work, 44 (1), bcs095.
Baldwin, M., 2013. Working together, learning together:the role of co-operative inquiry in the development of complex practice by teams of social workers. In: Practitioner Research: realising its potential for improving social care services and practice, 2013-04-30.
Baldwin, M., 2011. Resisting the EasyCare model: building a more radical, community-based, anti-authoritarian social work for the future. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 187-204.
Baldwin, M., 2010. Resisting the EasyCare model: radical, community-based, anti-authoritarian social work for today and all our tomorrows. In: Radical Social Work - legacy, relevance and prospects, 2010-02-01.
Baldwin, M., 2009. Service user involvement in educating social work students. In: Welsh Organisation of Practice Teachers Annual Conference, 2009-11-04.
Teater, B. and Baldwin, M., 2009. Exploring the learning experiences of students involved in community profiling projects. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 28 (7), pp. 778-791.
Baldwin, M., 2009. Authoritarianism and the attack on social work: opportunities for mutual aid, collective resistance and the promotion of a more engaged and radical practice. In: Ferguson, I. and Lavalette, M., eds. Social Work after Baby P: issues, debates and alternative perspectives. Liverpool: Liverpool Hope.
Maglajlic, R. and Baldwin, M., 2009. From reflection into action within community social work: the role of action research as method for social work education and practice. In: Leskosek, V., ed. Theories and methods of social work: exploring different persepctives. Ljubljana, Croatia: University of Ljublijana, pp. 61-80.
Baldwin, M. and Teater, B., 2008. Exploring the learning experiences of students involved in community profiling projects. In: Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 54th Annual Conference, 2008-10-30 - 2008-11-02.
Baldwin, M., 2008. Promoting and managing innovation: critical reflection, organizational learning and the development of innovative practice in a National Children's Voluntary Organization. Qualitative Social Work, 7 (3), pp. 330-348.
Baldwin, M., 2008. Social care under Blair: Are social care services more modern? In: Powell, M., ed. Modernising the Welfare State: The Blair legacy. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 73-90.
Baldwin, M., 2008. Generating knowledge for practice through participative action research: The case of social workers and direct payment. In: 2nd UK Social Work Research Conference: ‘Social Work research: People, Place and Politics, 2008-07-09 - 2008-07-11.
Baldwin, M., 2008. Organisations - can't learn, won't learn? Critical reflection and organisational learning. In: Learn to Care Annual Conference 2008 – ‘Leading together... Learning together’., 2008-04-21 - 2008-04-22.
Baldwin, M. and Teater, B., 2007. Community Profiling: Teaching old skills to new students. In: 9th UK Joint Social Work Education Conference with the 1st UK Social Work Research Conference, 2007-07-11 - 2007-07-13.
Baldwin, M. J., 2006. Helping people with learning difficulties into paid employment: Will UK social workers use the available welfare to work system? The Journal of Policy Practice, 5, 91--107.
Baldwin, M. and Sadd, J., 2006. Allies with Attitude! Service users, academics and social service agency staff learning how to share power in running social work education courses. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 25 (4), pp. 348-359.
Baldwin, M., 2006. Helping people with learning difficulties into paid employment:Will UK social workers use the available welfare to work system? In: Hoefer, R. and Midgely, J., eds. International Perspectives on Welfare to Work Policy. Taylor & Francis, pp. 91-108.
Gould, N. and Baldwin, M., eds., 2004. Social Work, Critical Reflection and the Learning Organisation. Ashgate Publishing.
Baldwin, M. J., 2002. Co-operative Inquiry as a Tool for Professional Development. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 15, 223--235.