STOP PRESS: Social workers still get a bad press

Social workers are failing to get their message across to the media, resulting in overwhelmingly negative coverage, according to a study undertaken by Sheffield University sociology lecturer Bob Franklin. Negative articles outweighed positive ones fourfold in the broadsheets and by a factor of 15 in the tabloid press in the year ending last June.

Social workers are failing to get their message across to the

media, resulting in overwhelmingly negative coverage, according to a

study undertaken by Sheffield University sociology lecturer Bob

Franklin. Negative articles outweighed positive ones fourfold in the

broadsheets and by a factor of 15 in the tabloid press in the year

ending last June.



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