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CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Social Work, Children with Malnutrition and Families. Vol.2: Integrating Theory and Practice of Social Work. Vol.3: Gendering Social Work.
Social work practice is a multilevel intervention with clients of diverse backgrounds. It uses the social systems framework, problem solving model, empowerment perspective and strengths-based approach to practice. It is grounded in the liberal arts, scientifically informed and ethical. The social work profession promotes social change, problem solving in human relationships and the empowerment and liberation of people to enhance well-being. This work in three volume is designed for students teacher researchers, policy-makers, social workers, and non-governmental organisations engaged in social work, children with malnutrition and families provides an in-depth knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of social work. The first volume social work, Children and Malnutrition and families provides an in-depth knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of social work. The second volume integrating theory and practice of social work describes the methods and techniques should be adopted by a social work describes the methods and techniques should be adopted by a social worker while dealing with children and families. The third volume gendering social work provides guidelines for social workers to deal with women and their problems. It is hoped that this work will be a highly valuable reference tool for all those concerned.