Social Work and Social Welfare is the first of five books in a new series by McGraw-Hill: NEW DIRECTIONS IN SOCIAL WORK: A McGraw-Hill Series. This first text provides an introduction to many facets of social work. Students will learn about the profession’s origins, the professional knowledge, skills, and values that social workers possess, the myriad settings in which social workers are employed, the ever-widening array of people that social workers serve, and the broad background that the social worker acquires during her or his pursuit of a social work degree.
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Marla Berg-Weger is a professor in the School of Social Work at Saint Louis University, Missouri, and serves as the Senior Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean of the School for Professional Studies. Dr. Berg-Weger holds social work degrees at the bachelor s, master s, and doctoral levels. Her social work practice experience includes public social welfare services, domestic violence services, mental health, and medical social work.
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