Work and its place in society

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Institute of Manpower Studies , Brighton
Statementedited by Paul Sparrow and Terry Page.
SeriesIMSreport -- no.92, CN -- 559
ContributionsSparrow, Paul., Page, Terry., Institute of Manpower Studies.
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Open LibraryOL20200752M
ISBN 100904744884

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In academic circles this is sometimes described as the ‘double function’ of social work. This chapter provides an overview of sociology and social work. Sociology is increasingly seen as helping to provide a basis of knowledge on which the social worker can draw to work with clients in the context of the complex organizational settings of a modern society.

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