Social work macro practice
Longman, 1998 - Political Science - 357 pages
Social Work Macro Practice, 2/e is a comprehensive introduction to social work practice within communities and organizations. Distinguished by its unique practice model that shows students how to use communities and organizations to help clients, the second edition includes a new chapter on Community Theory, the revised NASW Code of Ethics, more information on and examples of diversity, and a new Instructors Manual.
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WHAT IS MACRO PRACTICE?
SURVIVING THE DILEMMAS
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