Religious and early social work in Canada
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Religious and early social work in Canada by A. Ethel Parker

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Church and social problems.,
  • Women in church work.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Ethel (Dodds) Parker.
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17118341M

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  Introductory Works. Coates, et al. ; Hick ; and Turner all provide the reader with an introduction to the characteristics of the profession of social work, including the historical development of the profession in relation to Canadian social welfare development. Coates, et al. introduces the role played by religion and spirituality, while Hick presents the key concepts. Social work has faced similar pressures. Social work, a profession that has sprung from the social gospel and other progressive social movements of the late 19th and early 20th century, is often accused of amounting to little more than social control. As Saul Alinsky once observed: “They come to the people of the slums not to help them rebel. Drugs and Alcohol. Liquor was associated with all sorts of social ills in early Canada, and at various times during the early 20th century most provinces experimented with banning the sale and production of alcohol in various ways. This era of so-called prohibition was not the magical solution many had hoped for, however, and by the s, most provinces had changed their laws to re-allow the. Steven Hick is a retired professor of social work at Carleton University in Ottawa, and is also the author of the companion text Social Welfare in Canada: Understanding Income Security. He has practiced at home and abroad as a human rights worker, social service worker, mindfulness teacher and social .

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