The Call to Social Work, Second Edition is a presentation of narrative descriptions about the work and life of a wide variety of contemporary social workers. The book provides an in-depth understanding of why people choose social work, how they garner meaning from their work, and what they struggle with as they provide needed services. Additionally, it presents more information about the everyday practice of social work, both the challenges and the joys. Instructors who use this book in their courses will be able to contrast their ideals of practice with the realities captured in each life story, while students who read the book will be able to think about whether each story represents good practice, or what principles they would adhere to based on their understanding of social work.my undergraduate work at Boston University where I earned my bachelora#39;s in fine arts in 1965. During that time, in order to escape from ... I passed the civil service exam and started my first social work job. I worked for the Department of Socialanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Call to Social Work|
|Author||:||Craig Winston LeCroy|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2011-10-05|