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David G. Gil

In: The SAGE Handbook of Social Work

Chapter 1: Social Work, Social Policy, and Welfarism

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Social Work, Social Policy, and Welfarism
Social work, social policy, and welfarism
David G.Gil

Social work and welfarism evolved as societal responses to systemic social injustice and social-structural ‘ill-fare’. To understand social work and welfarism, one has, therefore, to unravel the origins, functions, and dynamics of social and global injustice and social ill-fare. To do so, this chapter ...

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