Human Service Organizations

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Prentice-Hall, 1983 - Social Science - 276 pages
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* Includes coverage of a wide range of human service organizations * Uses a systematic & coherent model of organizational analysis

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THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO HUMAN
12
Scientific Management
18
DecisionMaking Theory
29
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Yeheskel Hasenfeld is a Professor of Social Welfare. His research focuses on the dynamic relations between social welfare policies, the organizations that implement these policies and the people who use their services. He has written extensively on human service organizations, the implementation of welfare reform, and the non-profit sector. His book on Mobilizing for Peace won the 2003 Virginia Hodgkinson Research Prize. He is a visiting scholar at several universities in Israel, Japan and Singapore.

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