The study examines the effect of anti-Catholicism on developing social policy and social work professionalization, including the resulting impact on the ministry of the Good Shepherd Sisters in the New York Province. Other influences under analysis include the Sister Formation Movement, and social work graduate education.Other changes Farley started after the Strong Commission included the requirement for Catholic social workers to take classes at Cathedral High School to pass the qualifying civil service exam (1915). He hastened opening Fordhama#39;s Schoolanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Religious Sisters of the Good Shepherd and the Professionalization of Social Work|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|