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Social science and social policy
|Statement||sponsored by the Human Resources Research Council of Alberta, February 19-20, 1971. Edited by Gwynn E. Nettler and Karol J. Krotki with assistance from Judith Carefoot.|
|Contributions||Nettler, Gwynn, ed., Krotki, Karol Józef, ed., Carefoot, Judith., Alberta Human Resources Research Council.|
|LC Classifications||H62.5.C22 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||73167335|
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Moving beyond existing studies on policy practice, the book employs the policy cycle as a core analytical frame and focuses. The word policy is used here in an action-oriented and problem-oriented sense (Titmuss, ).
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Back.The social work practice is thus influenced, constrained and directed by laws derived from social policies and legal action can be taken if health or social workers do not comply with such laws (Dickens ).??
The health and social workers need to understand and have up-to-date knowledge of social policy developments since it sets the legal framework under which these practitioners.