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International Social Work with Specific Populations
International social work with specific populations

In the previous chapters, we have focused on four fields of international social work, each field concerning a well-recognized area of activity occupying the international community and generating significant bodies of literature. Other fields that could have been discussed include natural disasters, the health and education fields, and disability. While fields such as these represent one way in which international social work is organized, many agencies and individual workers elect rather to focus on a specific population. The situations of all such populations are closely associated with one or more of the well-known fields; however, they represent discrete populations with specific characteristics that call for a highly targeted response to presenting needs. There ...

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