Families and Social Workers: The Work of Family Service Units, 1940-1985

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NOTES
1
Women's Group on Public Welfare, Our Towns, A Close-Up: A study made during 1939–42 with certain recommendations by the Hygiene Committee of the Women's Group on Public Welfare (Oxford, 1943).
2
Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education, Report of the Care of Children Committee (Curtis report) Cmnd 6922 (HMSO, 1946).
3
See above, ch.2.
4
E. Younghusband, Report on the Employment and Training of Social Workers (Edinburgh, 1947), pp4–5.
5
The confusion about the exact nature of the social work task persisted until at least the mid-1980s. R. Pinker, ‘The threat to professional standards in social work education: A response to some recent proposals’, Issues in Social Work Education, 4 (1984), p6.
6
M. Barker, ‘Eileen Younghusband 1902–1981: A personal appreciation’, Issues in Social Work Education, 1 (1981), p80.
7
Younghusband, Employment and Training of Social Workers, pp30ff.
8
Younghusband, Employment and Training of Social Workers, pp30ff.
9
Younghusband, Employment and Training of Social Workers, p8.
10
Younghusband, Employment and Training of Social Workers, p41.
11
Younghusband, Employment and Training of Social Workers, p30.
12
K. Russell, S. Benson, C. Farrell and H. Glennerster, Changing Course (London, 1981), p10.
13
J. Lewis, The Voluntary Sector, the State and Social Work in Britain (Aldershot, 1995), p81.
14
E. Younghusband, Social Work in Britain: 1950–1975, 2 vols (London, 1978) vol 2, p30.
15
E. Younghusband, Social Work in Britain: A supplementary report on the employment and training of social workers (Edinburgh, 1951), p51.
16
See above, p30. Cf A. Cohen, The Revolution in Post-War Family Casework: The Story of Pacifist Service Units and Family Service Units, 1940–1959 (Lancaster, 1998), p51.
17
T. Stephens, Problem Families: An experiment in social rehabilitation (London, 1945), pp71–2.
18
Russell et al, Changing Course, p10.
19
See above, p16.
20
Cohen, The Revolution in Post-War Family Casework, p39.
21
Letter from Ken Richardson to Sybil Clement-Brown. ULSCA D495(HQ) PSU5–8.
22
Younghusband, Social Work in Britain: A supplementary report, p3; Younghusband, Social Work in Britain, 1950–1975, vol 2, p27.
23
Minutes of the Liverpool FSU committee, July 7 1954. ULSCA D495(LI) M2/1. Minutes of the FSU national executive committee, June 6 1956. ULSCA D495(HQ)M2/4. See also minutes of the FSU national executive committee, October 26 1962. ULSCA D495(HQ)M2/5.
24
Russell et al, Changing Course, p12; Younghusband, Social Work in Britain, 1950–1975, vol 2, p190.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations vi
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes *
  • 1 - Pacifist Service 8
  • Notes 38
  • 2 - Problem Families, Eugenics and FSU 45
  • Notes *
  • 3 - The Growth of a Social Work Agency 77
  • Notes *
  • 4 - Changes and Adjustments 98
  • Notes *
  • 5 - Training and Professional Development 141
  • Notes 168
  • 6 - Changing Relationships with the State 174
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  • 7 - Almost Not an Organisation 212
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  • Conclusion 247
  • Bibliography 251
  • Index 269
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