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Why psychosocial thinking is critical (2019)
Book Chapter
Frost, E. (2019). Why psychosocial thinking is critical. In S. Webb (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Critical Social Work, 116-126. Routledge

This chapter discusses the relevance of psychosocial theory for social work understanding

Human agency and social suffering (2008)
Book Chapter
Frost, L., & Hoggett, P. (2008). Human agency and social suffering. In H. G. Homfledt, W. Schröer, & C. Schweppe (Eds.), Vom Adressatenzum zum Akteur: Soziale Arbeit und Agency, 107-132. Verlag Barbara Budrich Opladan and Farmington Hills

Children, young people and families: Examining social work practice in Europe (2005)
Book Chapter
Friesenhahn, G. J., Michailidis, M., Freitas, M. J., & Frost, L. (2005). Children, young people and families: Examining social work practice in Europe. In M. J. Freitas, G. J. Friesenhahn, E. Frost, & M. P. Michailidis (Eds.), Children, Young people and families: Examining Social Work Practice in EuropeCarocci

England (2004)
Book Chapter
Wilkinson, G., & Frost, E. (2004). England. In A. Campanini, & E. Frost (Eds.), European Social Work: Commonalities and Differences, 53-61. EUSW