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SOWK 103 ASSIGNMENT ON SOCIAL WORKERS AND THEIR WORK

PRINT BOOKS ON THIS TOPIC CAN BE FOUND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF THE EGM LIBRARY AT THESE NUMBERS:

  • 361                          Social Work
  • 361.30968               Social Work in SA

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How social work in South Africa entered a new era

Building a caring society (white papers)

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Social Workers are very important in society

Aspiring social workers take their oaths  

Social work in South Africa

Challenges that rural social workers face

History of social work

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This is a guide to the collection of Social Work print and electronic resources and research support available at the E.G. Malherbe Library on the Howard College Campus.  It is designed to help library users (undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers and staff), specializing in Social Work, find appropriate material for research, teaching and learning purposes.

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Discipline of Social Work

Social Work is concerned with improving the quality of life of people and the promotion of peace, human rights, equality and social justice at local, regional, national and international levels. By using theories of human behaviour and social systems, social work intervenes at the points where people interact with their environments.

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