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Controversial issues in social work, edited by Eileen Gambrill, Robert Pruger

Label
Controversial issues in social work
Title
Controversial issues in social work
Statement of responsibility
edited by Eileen Gambrill, Robert Pruger
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
361.3
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV91
LC item number
.C6758 1991
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1934-
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  • Gambrill, Eileen D.
  • Pruger, Robert
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  • Social service
  • Social service
  • Social workers
  • Social work education
  • Service social
  • Service social
  • Travailleurs sociaux
  • Service social
  • Service social
  • Social service
  • Social service
  • Social work education
  • Social workers
  • United States
Label
Controversial issues in social work, edited by Eileen Gambrill, Robert Pruger
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Should social workers blow the whistle on incompetent colleagues?
  • Frederic G. Reamer, Deborah H. Siegel
  • Should social workers be well trained in behavioral principles?
  • Bruce A. Thyer, Herbert S. Strean
  • Is international social work a one-way transfer of ideas and practice methods from the United States to other countries?
  • James Midgley, Manny Toors
  • Should social workers base practice decisions on empirical research?
  • Edward J. Mullen, Howard Goldstein
  • Should social workers accept a disease model of substance abuse?
  • Peter Manoleas, Roger A. Roffman
  • Are union membership and professional social work compatible?
  • Should social workers use the DSM-III?
  • Elizabeth Anello, Stuart A. Kirk, Herb Kutchins
  • Should social workers participate in treatment only if the client consents to such treatment freely and without coercion?
  • Lynn Atkinson, O. Dale Kunkel
  • Should volunteers be used as direct service givers?
  • Rosalie N. Ambrosino, Stephen C. Anderson
  • Should social workers evaluate their practice based on clearly defined objectives?
  • Martin Bloom, Sophie Freud
  • Should social workers use written contracts?
  • Theodore J. Stein, Stewart Collins, Chris Rojek
  • Howard J. Karger, Michael J. Kelly
  • Is private practice a proper form of social work?
  • Jerome C. Wakefield, Cheryl A. Richey, Gail A. Stevens
  • Should social service administrators have master of social work degrees?
  • Nancy Johnstone, Edward Rimer
  • Should a minimum, mandatory percentage of funds be set aside for prevention in all social welfare program areas?
  • Marie D. Hoff, William H. Padberg, Gary R. Hamilton
  • Should part of social workers' salaries be contingent on the outcomes they achieve with their clients?
  • Eileen Gambrill, Alex Gitterman, Irving Miller
  • Should community organization be based on a grassroots strategy?
  • Stanley Wenocur, Stan Weisner
  • Should social workers work for for-profit firms?
  • Should the right of mental patients to refuse treatment with psychotropic drugs be severely curtailed?
  • Michael Remler, David Cohen
  • Should drug users be provided with free needles?
  • Lorraine T. Midanik, Lawrence S. Brown, Jr.
  • Should maternal preference govern in child custody cases?
  • Mary Ann Mason, W. Patrick Resen
  • Is Tarasoff relevant to AIDS-related cases?
  • Frederic G. Reamer, Sheldon R. Gelman
  • Should welfare clients be required to work?
  • Ailee Moon [and others]
  • Dale A. Masi, Michael Reisch
  • Is social work inherently conservative--designed to protect vested interests of dominant power groups?
  • Rosemary C. Sarri, Carol H. Meyer
  • Should social workers be licensed?
  • James M. Karls, Thaddeus P. Mathis
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 394 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Controversial issues in social work, edited by Eileen Gambrill, Robert Pruger
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Should social workers blow the whistle on incompetent colleagues?
  • Frederic G. Reamer, Deborah H. Siegel
  • Should social workers be well trained in behavioral principles?
  • Bruce A. Thyer, Herbert S. Strean
  • Is international social work a one-way transfer of ideas and practice methods from the United States to other countries?
  • James Midgley, Manny Toors
  • Should social workers base practice decisions on empirical research?
  • Edward J. Mullen, Howard Goldstein
  • Should social workers accept a disease model of substance abuse?
  • Peter Manoleas, Roger A. Roffman
  • Are union membership and professional social work compatible?
  • Should social workers use the DSM-III?
  • Elizabeth Anello, Stuart A. Kirk, Herb Kutchins
  • Should social workers participate in treatment only if the client consents to such treatment freely and without coercion?
  • Lynn Atkinson, O. Dale Kunkel
  • Should volunteers be used as direct service givers?
  • Rosalie N. Ambrosino, Stephen C. Anderson
  • Should social workers evaluate their practice based on clearly defined objectives?
  • Martin Bloom, Sophie Freud
  • Should social workers use written contracts?
  • Theodore J. Stein, Stewart Collins, Chris Rojek
  • Howard J. Karger, Michael J. Kelly
  • Is private practice a proper form of social work?
  • Jerome C. Wakefield, Cheryl A. Richey, Gail A. Stevens
  • Should social service administrators have master of social work degrees?
  • Nancy Johnstone, Edward Rimer
  • Should a minimum, mandatory percentage of funds be set aside for prevention in all social welfare program areas?
  • Marie D. Hoff, William H. Padberg, Gary R. Hamilton
  • Should part of social workers' salaries be contingent on the outcomes they achieve with their clients?
  • Eileen Gambrill, Alex Gitterman, Irving Miller
  • Should community organization be based on a grassroots strategy?
  • Stanley Wenocur, Stan Weisner
  • Should social workers work for for-profit firms?
  • Should the right of mental patients to refuse treatment with psychotropic drugs be severely curtailed?
  • Michael Remler, David Cohen
  • Should drug users be provided with free needles?
  • Lorraine T. Midanik, Lawrence S. Brown, Jr.
  • Should maternal preference govern in child custody cases?
  • Mary Ann Mason, W. Patrick Resen
  • Is Tarasoff relevant to AIDS-related cases?
  • Frederic G. Reamer, Sheldon R. Gelman
  • Should welfare clients be required to work?
  • Ailee Moon [and others]
  • Dale A. Masi, Michael Reisch
  • Is social work inherently conservative--designed to protect vested interests of dominant power groups?
  • Rosemary C. Sarri, Carol H. Meyer
  • Should social workers be licensed?
  • James M. Karls, Thaddeus P. Mathis
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 394 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote

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