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SWK 337: Diversity Issues in Social Work Practice: Home

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From "Diversity Perspectives for Social Work Practice," Edited by Joseph Anderson and Robin Wiggins Carter, Pearson, 2003 / Call No. HV3176.D594 2003

"Social work needs to be at the heart (if not a large part of the heart itself) of turning the corner toward enhancing well-being and accomplishing social justice -- the two tests that society and the social work profession must pass in addressing diversity issues and the potentials and obstacles in evolving as a healthy global community."


by Joseph Anderson, Chapter 1, Introduction and Organization: Diversity Perspectives

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