The Foundations of social work knowledge

[edited by] Frederic G. Reamer

Leading social work educators explain the essential components of the social work curriculum: social work practice, policy and services, human behavior in the social environment, research and evaluation, field education, ethics, oppression and social injustice, and diversity and populations at risk, including ethnic minorities and people of color, women, lesbians and gays, and people with disabilities.

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  • Preface1. The Evolution of Social Work Knowledge, by Frederic G. Reamer2. Social Work Practice, by Ann Hartmen3. Social Welfare Policy, by Bruce S. Jansson4. Human Behavior and the Social Environment, by Carel B. Germain5. Research and Evalution, by William J. Reid6. Field Education, by Anne E. Fortune7. Social Work Values and Ethics, by Frederic G. Reamer8. Confronting Social Injustice and Oppression, by David G. Gil9. Diversity and Populations at Risk: Ethnic Minorities and People of Color, by Elaine Pinderhughes10. Diversity and Populations at Risk: Women, by Nancy R. Hooyman11. Diversity and Populations at Risk: Gays and Lesbians, by Bernie Sue Newman12. Diversity and Populations at Risk: People with Disabilities, by Rita Beck BlackAbout the ContributorsIndex

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書名 The Foundations of social work knowledge
著作者等 Reamer, Frederic G
出版元 Columbia University Press
刊行年月 c1994
ページ数 xii, 424 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0231080344
NCID BA24047727
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国