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This book integrates policy and practice, and shows readers that policy is an important part of social work practice, and that it cannot be avoided. McInnis-Dittrich helps readers understand how policy works and how to make it work for themselves as practitioners.
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1. The Social Work Practitioner and Social Welfare Policy. 2. Implementing Social Welfare Policy: The Internal Environment of the Social Service Agency. 3. The External Environment of Social Service Agencies. 4. The Current Social Welfare System: A Patchwork of Programs. 5. Developing Social Welfare Policy: A Political Process. 6. The Policy-Making Process: The Problem-Solving Approach. 7. Policy Evaluation, Research, and Analysis. 8. The Practitioner's Role in Influencing Public Policy Change. 9. The Practitioner's Role in Changing Agency-Level Policy. Appendix: Code of Ethics, National Association of Social Workers. Glossary. References. Index.
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Book Description Cengage Learning, 1993. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110534174302
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