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Authors

Abstract

  • NORMAN N. GOROFF: IN MEMORIAM - Shimon Gottschalk
  • IMPLICATIONS OF CONSERVATIVE TENDENCIES FOR PRACTICE AND EDUCATION IN SOCIAL WELFARE - David G. Gil
  • PHILOSOPHICAL DISPUTES IN SOCIAL WORK: SOCIAL JUSTICE DENIED - Dennis Saleeby
  • ADVOCACY/EMPOWERMENT: AN APPROACH TO CLINICAL PRACTICE FOR SOCIAL WORK - Stephen M. Rose
  • EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ADVOCACY AND CONSCIOUSNESS-RAISING: IMPLICATIONS OF A STRUCTURAL APPROACH TO SOCIAL WORK - Maurice M. Moreau
  • BACK TO OUR ROOTS: TOWARD A SPECIALIZATION IN SOCIAL JUSTICE - Linda Cherrey Reeser and Leslie Leighninger
  • THE NEW CHRISTIAN RIGHT, SOCIAL POLICY AND THE WELFARE STATE - James Midgely
  • THE DEMISE OF THE CATASTROPHIC COVERAGE ACT: A REFLECTION OF THE INABILITY OF CONGRESS TO RESPOND TO CHANGING NEEDS OF THE ELDERLY AND THEIR FAMILIES - Linda Boise
  • "DISCIPLINE" AND "PACIFICATION" IN THE MODERN WELFARE STATE: THE CASE OF SOCIAL WELFARE FRAUD - Alec Pemberton
  • DETECTION AND REPORTING OF CHILD ABUSE: A FUNCTION OF THE HUMAN SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEM - George E. Fryer

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