2 edition of Women in social work who have changed the world found in the catalog.
Women in social work who have changed the world
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Alice Lieberman.|
|Contributions||Lieberman, Alice A.|
|LC Classifications||HV541 .W66 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 220 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||2009031204|
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"Social work," writes Alice Lieberman, "is the only profession for whom social justice is a core value." The fifteen extraordinary women profiled in this book have lived this core value to the furthest extent. Each of these women has used the teachings of the social work profession to enact profound social change in communities around the by: 3.
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She argued for equality and women being more self-dependent and less dependent on men. Women in Social Work Who Have Changed the World is an absorbing, inspirational must-read for all social workers who have ever felt overwhelmed by the task of improving the lives of their clients, or for anyone who has ever doubted that one person can make an impact.
--Book Jacket. Women in Social Work Who Have Changed the World Edited by Alice A. Lieberman. Demonstrates the breadth of skills that contemporary social work develops; Highlights unconventional forms of social work practice in a variety of cultural settings; Illustrates the barriers to community change and realities of social work practice around the world.
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