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Envisioning the future of (techno) social work education: perspectives of Japanese and Lithuanian social work educators
Social Work Education  (IF),  Pub Date : 2022-01-06, DOI: 10.1080/02615479.2021.2023492
Donata Petružytė, Violeta Gevorgianienė, Miroslavas Seniutis, Mai Yamaguchi, Eglė Šumskienė, Laimutė Žalimienė

ABSTRACT

The aim of the article is to present the perceptions of social work educators from Lithuania and Japan, on the role of technologies in the development of the profession. Qualitative research was based on 18 interviews. The place of technologies in the social work profession and the implications that these technologies may have on social work values, knowledge, skills and SW identity are discussed from the perspective of B. Latour, specifically, his two practices of knowledge generation—purification and translation. The article contributes to the discussion on the role and integration of technologies into social work education and practice.