Social Work for Fun and Profit: Social Work Satire 1982 - 1992

Social Work for Fun and Profit: Social Work Satire 1982 - 1992

Social Work for Fun and Profit Social Work Satire From the writer who brought you a social worker who solves murders Death in Sioux Lookout and a psychiatrist who turns into a gorilla to solve a case The Love Duology comes another completely original

  • Title: Social Work for Fun and Profit: Social Work Satire 1982 - 1992
  • Author: Richard Schwindt
  • ISBN: 9780993861024
  • Page: 281
  • Format: ebook
  • From the writer who brought you a social worker who solves murders Death in Sioux Lookout and a psychiatrist who turns into a gorilla to solve a case The Love Duology comes another completely original work In the early eighties a young social worker named Richard Schwindt decided to do something never done before or since and satirize his profession For ten years,From the writer who brought you a social worker who solves murders Death in Sioux Lookout and a psychiatrist who turns into a gorilla to solve a case The Love Duology comes another completely original work In the early eighties a young social worker named Richard Schwindt decided to do something never done before or since and satirize his profession For ten years, writing in OAPSW Newsmagazine Schwindt regaled and horrified colleagues with classics like, Veterinary Social Work , Social Work in Hell and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, MSW These articles remain as edgy and funny now as when they were first published Some pieces are fun some are dark but all are unique and the output of an innovative mind.

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    For those who have already read some of the other works by Richard Schwindt, you will not be disappointed by this latest volume in his library. For those who haven’t read him before, this book is a fantastic introduction to how wonderfully well he understands his field through the telling lens of satire.This book is a refreshing change to many you will find that look at the world of social work and for those who have worked in the field, you will find things that hit closer to home than most w [...]

    I read Schwindt's "The Love Duology" about a week and a half ago and really liked it, so I decided to give "Social Work For Fun And Profit" a try. I wasn't really sure what I was getting into - the topic seemed a bit distant for me and my interests: the satirization of social work (as a profession). Admittedly, it was only because of how much I enjoyed "The Love Duology" that I even gave this title a second glance.But I'm glad I did. This stuff is gold. Seriously. I was smiling from the first pa [...]

    Unique, Completely Hilarious and Oddly Introspective"Social Work for Fun and Profit: Social Work Satire 1982 - 1992" is the type of book that manages to make you laugh and make you think at the same time. Richard Schwindt does a wonderful job of showcasing the realities, hardships, excitement and hilariously funny moments that come along with social work in a seriously entertaining and relevant way. The writing is sharp, descriptive, snarky, offbeat and filled with characters (or rather real-wor [...]

    This book is filled with humor that you don't see in a lot of today's writing because people are so afraid of being called out on social media or even forced to resign, just for a controversial social media post. I absolutely loved it. It's a window back in time to the 80's and 90's as well as a humorous look at the things social workers do to help people, help themselves and possibly make everyone miserable in the process. I found myself reading through the humor to some of the common sense ben [...]

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