TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Editorial - pp. 3
- What Kind of Sociology is Useful to Social Workers? - ALFRED McCLUNG LEE - pp. 4
- Toward a Working Model for Community Organizing in the 1970's - JOHN L. MUSICK, NANCY R. HOOYMAN - pp. 14
- The Incremental Trail in Developing False Doctrine and its Consequences in the American Drug Scene - AVRON HEILIGMAN - pp. 19
- A Locality-Oriented Public Welfare Agency: A Case Study of Boundary Maintenance in a Hostile Environment - RAY H. MACNAIR, GRETA HAWTHORNE - pp. 27
- An Economic Analysis of Economic Inequality - JOHN P. HUTTMAN - pp. 47
- Phenomenological Social Science and Holistic Social Policy - THOMAS D. WATTS - pp. 58
- Discourse Management: Key to Policy Development - JOSEPH R. STEINER - pp. 73
- Issues in Evaluative Research: Implications for Social Workers - JOHN S. WODARSKI, WALTER HUDSON, DAVID BUCKHOLDT - pp. 81
- A Study in Self-Defeat: The Public Health Venereal Disease Clinic - JOSEPH F. SHELEY - pp. 114
- Towards the Development of Theory: Cultural Pluralism Redefined - ANTONIA PANTOJA, WILHELMINA PERRY, BARBARA BLOUROC - pp. 125
- Let's Stop Helping the Poor - DONALD FELDSTEIN - pp. 147
- Call for Papers - pp. 161
- Call for Papers - pp. 162
"Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare Vol. 4, No. 1 (September 1976),"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 4:
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