The development of professional social work in Australia
There are certain features which tend to be strong in the established professions - external and internal recognition of collective rights and duties, a generally acceptable common purpose, shared intellectual techniques, fundamental knowledge, an ethical code, and community service. Important in establishing and maintaining these features are training bodies and professional associations. Within the upsurge of social provision in modern industrial urban societies a characteristic has been...[Show more]
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