Certain Change: Social Work Practice in the Future
Critical changes will alter the world and social work practice in the next decade. The author examines how changes in families, technology, employment, and social trends will affect the lives of social workers and the clients they serve. An extensive chapter on ageing covers health, pensions, poverty, the family, institutionalised care, elder abuse, politics, and more. Excellent for faculty, practitioners and researchers.
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