Social Work and Social Work Education
By M.S. Gore
This book brings together 13 essays covering various themes in the broad area of social work and social work education in India. The essays in the area of social work deal with the historical background, the relationship between social work and social structure, and the broader question of what values and attitudes prevail among social workers. There is also a discussion of the role of voluntary action and of government planning as it relates to social activities in India. In the area of social work education, the book deals with the subjects of recruitment, the relationship between the professional and auxiliary worker, the training of village level workers, and some of the more urgent problems of social work education at its present stage of development.
Publication Date: 11/15/2011