Social Work Education Policy on Non-Discrimination in the United States
This paper discusses the implications of social work education policy on non-discrimination in the United States. It explores the social antecedents of the policy and the nature of discrimination in education and in social work education. Through a discussion of value considerations, social workers internationally are helped to understand how social work education policy impacts on the nature of social work education.
Indian Journal of Social Work
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Furman, Richard, "Social Work Education Policy on Non-Discrimination in the United States" (2001). Social Work Publications. 169.
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