The Field of Social Work

The Field of Social Work

by Arthur E. Fink

Hardcover(7th ed)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780030221965
Publisher: Harcourt College Publishers
Publication date: 01/28/1978
Edition description: 7th ed
Pages: 342
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

Table of Contents

PART ONE: FOUNDATION OF SOCIAL WORK: VALUES, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE PROFESSION The Value Base for Social Work - Dorothy J Kiester and Jane H Pfouts The Helping Art of Social Work - Alan Keith-Lucas The Knowledge Base of Social Work - Norman A Polansky PART TWO: POLICIES AND PROGRAMS OF MODERN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE Development of Social Programs in the United States - Jane H Pfouts and Arthur E Fink Public Welfare Policy - Andrew W Dobelstein A Background for Understanding Welfare Services in the United States Public Welfare Programs - George Hoshino Federal, State and Local PART THREE: SOCIAL WORK METHODS OF PRACTICE Social Casework - Lois R Taber and Richard H Taber Social Group Work - Sonia Abels and Paul Abels Community Organization - P Nelson Reid Social Work with Families - Jane H Pfouts Case Management - Peter J Johnson PART FOUR: SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN VARIED SETTINGS Profiles of Abuse and Neglect - Lane Cooke, Roberta Kyle, and Linda Reifsnyder Protective Services for Children in a Department of Social Services Nickie's Story - Ann Sullivan Specialized Adoption Services in a Department of Social Services Family Crisis - Janice Jacobson Ryan A Child with Cystic Fibrosis Medical Social Work in a Teaching Hospital Women with Weight Problems - Sibyl M Wagner Group Treatment in Social Work Practice Helping a Community Grow - Fredrico Souflee Community Organization with a Minority Population The Search for Self-Understanding - Allan A Bloom Long-Term Treatment in a Family Service Agency Industrial Social Work - Philip W Cooke Direct and Indirect Services and Consultation Epilogue - John B Turner Reflections on the Future of the Field of Social Work

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