Social Welfare In Canadian Society by Rosalie ChappellSocial Welfare In Canadian Society by Rosalie Chappell

Social Welfare In Canadian Society

byRosalie Chappell

Paperback | October 7, 2013

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In this new fifth edition of Social Welfare in Canadian Society, author Rosalie Chappell provides a critical look at chronic and emerging social issues, as well as the diverse and sometimes confounding influences that have shaped them. Readers will gain an appreciation for the impact of government policy and globalization as they come to see the importance of the helping professional in the midst of today's trends. Current and authoritative, this edition's coverage paints a vibrant picture of Canada's ever-changing social welfare environment.
Rosalie Chappell received both her Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work degrees from the University of Calgary. She has taught social work/social service work in British Columbia and Alberta at the University-College of the Fraser Valley, Open Learning Agency, Malaspina University-College, North Island College, and Red Dee...
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Title:Social Welfare In Canadian SocietyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:592 pages, 9.13 × 7.31 × 0.93 inPublished:October 7, 2013Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176515437

ISBN - 13:9780176515430

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PrefacePart One: Social Welfare in Canada: An OverviewChapter 1: The Nature of Canadian Social WelfareChapter 2: Social Welfare PolicyChapter 3: Historical FoundationsChapter 4: Social Welfare in the Globalization EraPart Two: The Service Delivery SystemChapter 5: Service SectorsChapter 6: Social AgenciesChapter 7: Service ProvidersChapter 8: Planned Change In Micro, Mezzo, And Macro SystemsPart Three: Meeting the Needs of Canadians through Programs and ServicesChapter 9: The Social Welfare of Canadians Living In PovertyChapter 10: The Social Welfare of Children and Their FamiliesChapter 11: Social Welfare and Older CanadiansChapter 12: The Social Welfare of Aboriginal CanadiansChapter 13: The Social Welfare of Recent ImmigrantsChapter 14: Social Welfare and People with DisabilitiesAppendix A - Historical HighlightsAppendix B - Globalization and Social WelfareGlossaryReferencesIndex