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Welfare rights in social work education
 — report by a curriculum development group
Author(s)John Stewart
PublisherCCETSW, London, 1989
Pages51 pp (paper 28.1)
SourceCCETSW, Derbyshire House, St. Chad's Street, London WC1H 8AD
KeywordsSocial workers ; Training [welfare work] ; Social welfare ; Rights [elderly].
AnnotationPresents the findings from a survey which shows welfare rights teaching to be marginal to social work education, and puts forward explanations for this. Concludes that a 'rights based' perspective should be included and analyses the advantages and disadvantages of four means by which this might be achieved: the 'benefit based' model, the 'client-group' based model, the 'issue based' model and the 'situation based' model.
Accession NumberCPA-891004004
ClassmarkQR: QW: TY: IKR

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