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Social Welfare The American Partnership

Social Welfare The American Partnership
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  • ISBN-13: 9780205342655
  • ISBN: 0205342655
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall

AUTHOR

Marx, Jerry D.

SUMMARY

Social Welfare: The American Partnership Jerry D. Marx, University of New Hampshire This comprehensive social policy text examines the history of social welfare, the current programs and issues, and the contributions of the three major sectors of social welfare (government, business, nonprofit), while addressing an underlying key questionwhat can we do about today's social issues? The text is organized using a chronological, user-friendly framework that looks at historical background, then current programs and issues, and finally methods for future advocacy. Highlights: Offers students a tangible step-by-step process for policy analysis and advocacy, emphasizing basic research and analysis methods used in policy developmentthis helps students to develop concrete policy practice skills. Did you know boxes throughout the text offer students interesting/amusing pieces of historical information that increase students' interest in the topic of social welfare. Boxed material provides extra cases, illustrations, and ethical questions regarding timely issues such as social justice, diversity, empowerment, and self-determination. Personal profiles of diverse and interesting historical figures show not only the person's contribution to social welfare but also the personal challenges (depression, racism, etc.) overcome in the process. Other Titles of Interest: Haynes & Mickelson, Affecting Change: Social Workers in the Political Arena, 5/e (0-205-36010-6) Karger, Midgley & Brown, Controversial Issues in Social Policy, 2/e (0-205-33745-7) Rae & Nicholas-Wolosuk, Changing Agency Policy: An Incremental Approach (0-321-05491-1) Phillips & Straussner, Urban Social Work: An Introduction to Policy and Practice in the Cities (0-205-29019-1)Marx, Jerry D. is the author of 'Social Welfare The American Partnership', published 2003 under ISBN 9780205342655 and ISBN 0205342655.

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