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Introduction Poverty-Aware Social Work: A Paradigmatic Proposal Part One: Transformation How to Speak Critically about Poverty How to Write a Critical Case-Study How to Teach Poverty Critically Frequently Asked Questions on Poverty and the Poverty-Aware Paradigm Part Two: Recognition Poverty, Recognition, Therapy On needs and Knowledge: Sarit's Story On Emotional Pain On Minor Movements of Resistance Part Three: Rights What's Active in Active Exercising of Rights? Material Help and Flexible Budget Active Rights Exercising: Advanced In the Face of Injustice: A Panel Part Four: Solidarity When Doubbi Looked for a Home: Standing By Within the Establishment A Babysitter for a Dollar: Community Development Between Othering and Solidarity: Crisis Intervention with Children at Risk "I'm Not that Kind of Person": Solidarity in Group Intervention

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Michal Krumer-Nevo is a Professor at the Spitzer Department of Social Work at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

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