ABSTRACT

This essay engages in an analysis of emergent key conceptualisations in the literature of glocalisation and social work that is situated within the post-anthropocentric condition. The essay is offered as a triptych paradigm, inspired by McGregor’s and Sinner’s frameworks to trace how new questions, theories, and methods influence discussion and shape renewed orientations. What questions have been asked in the literature of glocalisation and social work? What interdisciplinary connections are actualised? How does this literature both methodologically and in social work practice shape new orientations related to embodiment from a post-anthropocentric worldview?