Before you start to write your own Social Work dissertation, you need to think about how you will structure your ideas and build on some of the examples that you would like to use to illustrate the points that you are trying to make. The best way to do this is by making reference to examples from other essays and critiques.
Ideally you can ask your Professor if they have some samples of work that follow similar ideas to your own, but if this is not possible then you can have a look online by using appropriate keywords and use an academic search engine to find some. Ideally you need to find several pieces of work that have been annotated or marked as exemplary.
Be selective of the work that you choose to support your ideas and theories. If in doubt talk it over with a colleague or your professor.