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Download Encyclopedia of Social Work: Volumes 1 and 2, and Statistical Supplement (3-Vol. Set) [18th Edition] eBook
ISBN:
0871011417
Author:
Anne Minahan
Category:
Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Language:
English
Publisher:
Natl Assn of Social Workers Pr; 18th edition (December 1987)
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2048 pages
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The set had relevant information for social work practice.

The set had relevant information for social work practice. The price was excellent considering what other places had it priced at a ridiculous amount. The first two times I received only Volume 4 and the third time I received only Volume 2. I filed a complaint after the first time and the book sellor removed the charge but would not send the other three volumes.

November 1998 · British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies.

Selected type: Hardcover. Countless professionals and students who use statistics in their work rely on the multi-volume Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences as a superior and unique source of information on statistical theory, methods, and applications.

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The idea for this Encyclopedia of Sociology was in gestation for a long time . This inuential group of volumes covered most of sociology, especially with the Handbook of Modern Sociology (Robert E. L. Faris, 1964) as a key volume.

The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, published in 1967, with a one-volume Supplement in 1996, is a standard reference resource

The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, published in 1967, with a one-volume Supplement in 1996, is a standard reference resource. The scans are high quality. Volume 10, containing an Appendix, Thematic Outline, Bibliographies, and Index, is missing.

The Annual Statistical Supplement to the Social Security Bulletin contains program summaries and histories for those programs administered by SSA, as. .

The Annual Statistical Supplement to the Social Security Bulletin contains program summaries and histories for those programs administered by SSA, as well as descriptions of major social insurance and welfare programs administered by other federal departments and agencies. Annual automatic adjustments of monthly benefits, maximum annual taxable earnings, and other program elements are provided in the legislation governing the OASDI program.

The purpose of the "Encyclopedia of Social Work" is to provide an objective overview of social work in the United States - its history, its current concerns and interests, the state of its art, and its view of the future. This edition is the eighteenth in a series that began in 1929, and was published at various intervals thereafter. The National Association of Social Workers had planned originally to publish the eighteenth edition in 1983 or 1984. However, in the early 1980s, the political, social, economic and ideological environments in the United States appeared to shift sharply away from the past. These shifts produced changes in the economy; in employment; in governmental social policies; in public and voluntary social welfare services; in societal institutions; in social problems, causes, and issues; and in the lives of people. These changes affected the interactions between people and their environments and thus affected social work practice. The NASW Publications Committee and the Board of Directors therefore concluded that the publication of a complete encyclopedia in the early 1980s would be premature and should be delayed until later in the decade, when the changes that were taking place could be better understood and described. Thus, instead of producing a complete encyclopedia, NASW decided to publish a 1983-1984 supplement to the 1977 edition. The supplement described some of the major changes taking place in social work and social policy. This full eighteenth edition was finally published in 1987 and consists of three volumes. The first two volumes are hardcovered and contain 225 articles and four appendixes covering the full range of major topics and issues in social work. The third volume, a paperback, is a statistical and demographic supplement made up of tables, graphs, and charts. An extensive index to the articles now appears in both main hardcover volumes to aid readers in finding information quickly and easily.