New Zealand Social Work: Context and Practice
An examination of social work theory and practice, both historical and current. It addresses the issues of culture, gender, and violence, and has an emphasis on field practice and development. The 27 essays are presented in three Parts: 'Practice and Current Issues', 'Fields of Practice in Aotearoa', and 'Professional Issues'.
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Social Work Practice and Current Issues
The Art and Science of Social Work
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Case Management: Policy, Practice and Professional Business
Di Gursansky,Judy Harvey,Rosemary Kennedy
Sin vista previa disponible - 2003