Acknowledgements Preface PART I: FRAMEWORKS FOR UNDERSTANDING CRITICAL REFLECTION Chapter 1: Critical Reflection: A Review of Contemporary Literature and Understandings: Jan Fook, Susan White and Fiona GardnerChapter 2: Unsettling Reflections: The Reflexive Practitioner as 'Trickster' in Inter-Professional Work: Susan WhiteChapter 3: The 'Critical' in Critical Reflection: Jan Fook and Gurid Aga AskelandPART II: PROFESSIONAL LEARNINGChapter 4: Reflections on Building a Reflective Practice Community in China: Pauline Sung-Chan and Angelina Yuen-TsangChapter 5: Practising Reflexivity: Narrative, Reflection And The Moral Order: Carolyn TaylorChapter 6: Thinking with the body: artistic perception and critical reflection: Lynn FroggettChapter 7: Recasting individual practice through reflection on narratives: Sue FrostChapter 8: Disrupting Dominant Discourse: Critical Reflection and Code-switching in Maltese Social Work: Marceline NaudiPART III: RESEARCHChapter 9: Rationalities, Reflection and Research: Andy BilsonChapter 10: Using Critical Reflection In Research And Evaluation: Fiona GardnerChapter 11: Using reflexivity in a research methods course: Bridging the gap between research and practice: Colin Stuart and Elizabeth WhitmoreChapter 12: Research For And As Practice: Educating Practitioners In Inquiry Skills For Changing Cultural Contexts: Fran CrawfordPART IV: EDUCATIONChapter 13: Ethnographers of their own Affairs: Gerhard ReimannChapter 14: Telling Stories ... And The Pursuit Of Critical Reflection: Jennifer LehmannChapter 15: Starting As We Mean To Go On - Introducing Beginning Social Work Students to Reflective Practice: Bairbre RedmondChapter 16: Critical Reflection - Possibilities for Developing Effectiveness in Conditions of Uncertainty: Fiona Gardner, Jan Fook and Susan WhiteReferences Author IndexSubject Index
Jan Fook works at the School of Social Work Studies, at the University of Southampton Fiona Gardner currently works in the Centre for Professional Development at La Trobe University, where the main activities are the teaching of critical reflection in short courses to a range of professionals. In 2003 they provided 41 workshop series, lectures or seminars on critical reflection to a range of professionals. Participants totalled over 600. Sue White is Director of the Centre for Health and Social Care Research at the University of Huddersfield. With Carolyn Taylor she designed and taught an MA course on critical thinking and reflective decision-making for a range of health and welfare professionals which has become a distance-learning unit. She co-authored Clinical Judgement in the Health and Welfare Professions published by OpenUP in 2003 and Practising Reflexivity in Health and Welfare with Carolyn Taylor (OpenUP 2000).