Preserving and Strengthening Small Towns and Rural Communities
Iris B. Carlton-LaNey, Richard L. Edwards (Ph. D.), P. Nelson Reid
NASW Press, 1999 - Political Science - 401 pages
Defines the issues and crises of these surprisingly diverse populations and illustrates the myriad solutions and intervention available to the social work practitioners in the rural context. A compilation of the most dynamic and exemplary presentations at the 23rd Annual National Institute on Social Work and Human Services in Rural Areas. This volume offers a much-needed generalist approach to practice in the rural environment.
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SECTION 1INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
SECTION IIISSUES CONFRONTING SMALL TOWNS AND RURAL
Chapter 3A StrengthsBased Approach to Rural Sustainable Development
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