x, 408p., Bib., Index, 23 cm.
Preface; 1. Senior citizens; 2. The better half; 3. The young ones; 4. Young generation; 5. Ex-servicemen; 6. Child labour; 7. Violence against women; 8. The disabled; 9. The law breakers; 10. Knocked by AIDS; 11. Sports and games; 12. Population factor; 13. Possible solutions; Bibliography; Index.
Social work may be a modern term, but, its concept is as old as our society. Social science and social welfare, both have been a part of our moral duty. And social work incorporates, the two in itself. Now, social work, as a noble exercise, has in its fold all the ethical aspects and feasible activities, for the betterment of society. This book discusses all the aspects, angles and dimensions of social development and social welfare, which makes it a valuable asset for readers.