Critical Social Welfare Issues Tools for Social Work and Health Care Professionals

Ginsberg, Leon; Katz, Arthur J.; Lurie, Abraham; Vidal, Carlos
August 1997
Critical Social Welfare Issues: Tools for Social Work & Health C;1997, preceding p1
This article explains that this book offers a collection of articles about the big issues in social welfare in the U.S. The authors are some of the most prominent in the field of social welfare and sociology. It is recommended for every one who wants to understand the real nature of social policy currently.


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