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What are the constraints for social workers in promoting social justice in practice when working with unaccompanied asylum seekers that are in foster care?

I have attached two powerpoint slides from my university that will provide you instructions, guidelines and support for the methodology chapter and lit review. It will provide you with an insight of what is expected for this dissertation and some of the terms that need to be included.Disseration type: a literature review (Library based)Reference: Harvard style.Dissertation layout:Title PageAbstractDedication (optional)Contents page (with chapter titles)Introduction (1,000 – 1,500)Methodology and methods (1,500 – 2.000)Substantive Chapter1 (2,500)Substantive Chapter2 (2,500)Substantive Chapter3 (2,500)Conclusion and Recommendations (1,000)Reference ListMethodolgy chapter:Abstract – invitation / research intention and choice of topicIntroduction – formal argument, location of argument in broader debate, conceptual framework and core themesMethodology –•Research Inquiry / aims and lines of inquiry•Researcher voice & premises•SW Contextualisation•Researcher ideologies / theoretical positioning (research knowledge approaches / conventions) / your ontology & epistemology}•Approach to knowledge: Critical thinking and analytical approach•Justification of a critical literature review – why it suits your topic of investigation•Literature search themes and search engines•Ethical issuesSUBSTANTIVE CHAPTERS: 3 IN TOTALliterature review is 3 chapters:My first chapter supposed to focus on on the current social policy and legislation around that group and foster care. Are social workers restricted in to fully support this group due to legislation and social policies and what do they do in practice in the U.K. ? How do social workers promote social justice when working with this group? Does the law in the and social policies in the U.K. restrict social workers to promote social justice and equality?Second chapter supposed to focus on the voice of the child? Explaining that listening to the voice of the child is one way in promoting social justice and applying anti-oppressive practice. Are social workers able to fully listen to the voice of the child in question that is in foster care in the current neoliberal social work climate and what do social workers do in practice? Is there an extra barrier due to the fact that they are unaccompanied asylum seekers? How do we promote AOP for the foster Carers and the UAS?The last chapters supposed to focus on the transition period for this group and the challenges around this. ( The route for unaccompanied asylum seekers children that have to go through transition is different to other looked after children) What happens if they are no longer legal to stay in this country when they turn 18? If they are legal to stay do we as social worker treat them the same as other looked after children in transition ? What is the legislation regarding transition of this group? Is there enough support for this group? How do we promote social justice to this group in transition ?CONCLUSION AND RECOMMODATIONSREFERENCE LIST