In the short time between the publication of the first edition of this book and the present edition, there have been radical changes in the relationships between the public and private sectors, and within the public sector - among federal, state, and local governments. The first edition examined the perceived dichotomy between two major approaches to social welfare - the institutional and residual models - arguing that the former assumes a sense of community while the latter is concerned with the extension of rights to the individual. In expanding this argument Moroney and Krysik incorporate notions of citizenship, suggesting that elements of both approaches can be integrated in such a way that the modified framework attempts to deal with critics from both sides. Current data are presented in each of the original chapters, and two new chapters cover the areas of health and employment.On the other hand, the Fabians, including Titmuss (1958, 1968), Tawney (1961, 1964), and Crosland (1970), define ... of the Poor a stated in its training manual for new workers: The evils of improvidence can never be diminished except byanbsp;...
|Title||:||Social Policy and Social Work|
|Author||:||Robert M. Moroney, Judy Krysik|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers -|