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Work

1. To perform a task, especially in exchange for compensation or the potential for profit. Working is necessary for any economy to function.

2. See: Job.

work

see JOB, LABOUR, WORK ORGANIZATION, SOCIOLOGY OF WORK, HOMEWORKING, DOMESTIC LABOUR.

work

see JOB.
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Defying the concept of Social Work Education in Pakistani Pedagogical context
This book is appropriate for all levels of expertise and experience within the social work field.
Faye Wilson, centre, at the House of Commons with chief social worker for adults, Lyn Romeo, right, and Michelle <BSmith, of The College of Social Work
Increasingly, social work education has become a more integral part of higher education systems throughout the world.
Historical approaches to the process of moving recent social work graduates to independent licensure involved decentralization of the duty to our Army hospitals.
The growing interest in global social work has been building both abroad and domestically as evidenced by international courses and specializations offered at schools in Europe, Australia, and Canada, in addition to the United States, and exchange projects reaching every continent.
For example, they suggest that social work "embraced Freudian psychology in the 1920s.
News & World Report rankings were highly correlated with the number of articles published by social work program faculty over a nearly four-year period preceding the rankings (r = .
The failure of the value's advocates to satisfactorily address such questions raised serious doubts about its accuracy and usefulness in social work practice.
The respondents in this study suggested that social work needs to look beyond the traditional micro or macro dichotomy and work to address the negative impacts of globalization.
This year's focus was on examining the work-force issues facing the social work profession and how to transfer leadership to the next generation.
Social Work Section leaders recently signed a contract with Springer Publishing Co.

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