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Uses and Abuses of Social Research in Social Work

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Settlements like the Chicago Commons also developed educational programs as early as 1901. Non-governmental organisations and community-based organisations which are not state-subsidised, employ large numbers of social development workers. The role of non-government and quasi-government organizations in the delivery of social policy has increased over the last three decades, while government’s direct role has narrowed.

Pages: 228

Publisher: Columbia University Press (March 1, 1974)

ISBN: 0231036639

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