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Third, I will review the political economy (social-spatial dialect) landscape of the “urban question” and how their panorama explains and gives better analyses of urban inequality. Definition: The Urban Question Again, this section will give a working definition of the “urban question’. To fully compare the political economy and ecological perspectives a description of the “urban question” allows the reader to better understand the divergent schools of thought. For Social Science scholars, from a variety of disciplines, the “urban question” asks how space and the urban or city are related (The City Reader, 2009). The perspective that guides the ecological and the social spatial-dialect schools of thought asks the “urban question” in separate distinct terminology.
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The relation among social work and counselling has been interactive and complex. Because two different activities they share certain theoretical origin and approach of thinking. Professionals that qualify in 1960s and 70s were stranded in casework values dependent over psychodynamic theoretical foundations. Subsequently, the times training of social work has moved within the direction by adopting social learning theories, systems theories and ecological and wide range of derivative practice approaches. From Marxist and radical methods of 80s and the anti-oppressive and anti-discriminatory practice development in 90s has reclaimed the real pre-occupation with social injustice, social exclusion and social inequalities, working with individuals
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