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Authors

Abstract

  • From the Chairman – Norman Goroff
  • From the Editor - Ralph Segalman
  • Social Welfare Texts: A Study in the Sociology of Knowledge – Leslie Leighninger
  • Communalities and Strains between Sociology and Social Work – Ralph Segalman
  • The Sociology of Client Alienation in Relation to Societal Structure - William D. Poe, Jerry H. Borup
  • Marginal and Non-Marginal Persons in the Professions: A Comparative Study of Recruitment in Law, Medicine, and Social Work – Pranab Chatterjee
  • Implications of Family Development Trends for Social Welfare and Social Work – Ronald A. Feldman
  • Delinquency Theories, Group Composition, Treatment Locus, and a Service-Research Model for Traditional Social Work Agencies - Ronald A. Feldman, John S. Wodarski, Norman Flax, Mortimer Goodman
  • Reported Ill-Health and Life Cycle among Welfare Mothers (1971) – Robert Lejeune
  • Maternity Homes: The Case of a Dying Institution - Samuel O. Miller
  • Change and Social Organization - Alan M. Cohen
  • Professional-Bureaucratic Conflict and Intraorganizational Powerlessness among Social Workers - Edward J. Lawler, Jerald Hage
  • Creating Accountable Public Bureaucracies - James R. Hudson
  • Ideology, Sociological Theories, and Public Policy – Norman Goroff
  • Theoretical Perspectives on the Analysis and Development of Social Policies - David G. Gil
  • Research Data as Aide in Formulating Agency Policy – Ludwig Geismer, Isabel Wolock
  • Adolescent Pregnancy and Poverty: Implications for Social Policy - Clara L. Johnson
  • A Theory of Decision-Making - A.K. Basu

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