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Organisational Behaviour for Social Work unites the well-established study of behaviour in organisations with the special, and sometimes unusual, organisational settings of social work practice. In doing so, it recognizes the gendered nature of social work organisations, but, uniquely, retains simultaneously the valuable insights of mainstream organisational behaviour research, despite its often male context. Another innovation of the book is the targetting of non-traditional organisational behaviour audiences. For, where previous textbooks have tended to cater for managers, this book is aimed at the social work practitioner, and others who interact with social work organisations. Finally, the book uses real social work case examples to flesh out traditional organisational behaviour concepts, and, in doing so, also explains the impact of recent organisational changes upon social work practice.