By Ira C. Colby, Catherine N. Dulmus, Karen M. Sowers
A accomplished assessment of household and international social welfare policy
Written by means of a crew of popular social coverage specialists sharing their targeted views on international and U.S. social welfare coverage concerns, Social paintings and Social Policy is helping social employees think of key matters that face policymakers, elected officers, and supplier directors with a purpose to boost guidelines which are either reasonable and just.
Designed as a foundational social welfare coverage textual content, this significant e-book meets the Council on Social paintings Education's (CSWE) academic coverage and Accreditation criteria (EPAS).
Encouraging readers' severe pondering on a variety of matters, each one bankruptcy starts off with an overarching query and "what if" eventualities, and ends with a suite of instructed key phrases, on-line assets, and dialogue questions.
Recognizing that coverage paintings calls for practitioners to be as totally versed as attainable with the problem to hand, Social paintings and Social Policy completely explores:
- Social welfare coverage as a kind of social justice
- The evolution of the yank welfare state
- Human safeguard and the welfare of societies
- Social coverage from an international perspective
- Challenges for social rules in Asia
- Welfare reform and the necessity for social empathy
- The U.S. Patriot Act and its implications for the social paintings profession
- Human rights and rising social media
Compelling and vast in scope, Social paintings and Social Policy is an crucial textual content for college kids and a necessary source for practitioners curious about growing social coverage and governmental motion guided by means of justice for all.
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Bush mostly focused on counterterrorism and the War with Iraq after the destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 (Jansson, 2005). My choice of these segments had merit for a chronological analysis of the evolution of the American welfare state, but a case can be made, instead, to identify key historical periods when important choices were made that shaped the nature of the American welfare state, including its formation, its relationship with important developments in the broader society (such as the frontier, the Civil War, the early period of industrialization, and urbanization), its development during societal crises like depressions and wars, its relations with such nongovernmental entities as corporations and religious institutions, and its relationships with state and local government.
It suggests that historians and social-policy theorists need to reconceptualize the evolution of the American welfare state by moving in new directions. Some Daunting Challenges Facing Historians of the American Welfare State Before it is even possible to analyze the evolution of the American welfare state, key conceptual issues must be addressed. We discuss six of these challenges as follows. 21 22 Social Work and Social Policy Expanding the Welfare State’s Parameters Some scholars have deﬁned the welfare state in relatively narrow terms as consisting primarily of those programs that focus on traditional social work concerns, such as mental health, welfare, maternal health, and child welfare programs (Axinn & Levin, 1982; Leiby, 1978; Trattner, 1979).
Social Work and Social Policy: Advancing the Principles of Economic and Social Justice by Ira C. Colby, Catherine N. Dulmus, Karen M. Sowers