Why Social Work for the Homeless?
The preamble to the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics states that “The primary mission of the social work profession is to enhance human well-being and help meet the basic human needs of all people, Continue reading Why Social Work for the Homeless?
INDUSTRIAL SOCIAL WORK TO CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:
A TRANSFORMATION OF PRIORITY
The transformation from industrial social work to corporate social responsibility points out a definite shift in the realm of social work vis-à-vis goal, objective and priorities of business. Continue reading Industrial Social Work
Industrial social work as an area of service delivery is a recent addition to the profession of social work. Its development is influenced by historical, socioeconomic and cultural factors in a particular country at a specific point of time. Continue reading Industrial Social Work
Industrial organization forms a secondary setting for the proactive of professional social work. It is different from other secondary welfare setting due to its primary orientation to production and profit rather than to the welfare needs of the workers. Continue reading Industrial Social Work
Introductory Guide to Gerontological Social Work
By Kaitlin Louie
Gerontological social workers, also known as geriatric social workers, coordinate the care of elderly patients in a wide variety of settings, including hospitals, Continue reading Gerontological Social Work