TITLE

Critical Social Welfare Issues Tools for Social Work and Health Care Professionals

AUTHOR(S)
Smith, Marcia Bayne; Katz, Arthur J.; Lurie, Abraham; Vidal, Carlos
PUB. DATE
August 1997
SOURCE
Critical Social Welfare Issues: Tools for Social Work & Health C;1997, preceding p1
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book
ABSTRACT
This article contends that this book is necessary for social work, social welfare, health care professionals and for anybody who is interested in how the present U.S. society cope with and treat their poor citizens. The authors who contributed to this book are some of the most prominent and respected in their field of endeavors. The ideas advanced by these authors are guaranteed to provoke readers into thinking about the future of social welfare in the country. Issues such as re-engineering social works and the state of social policy are some of the issues that are currently being debated in social welfare.
ACCESSION #
21852482

 

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