International Handbook on Social Work Education

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International Handbook on Social Work Education

Edited by Thomas D. Watts, Doreen Elliott, and Nazneen S. Mayadas

Foreword by Katherine A. Kendall

Greenwood Press Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page III
  • Contents vii
  • List of Tables and Figures ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Foreword xiii
  • AN INTRODUCTION TO THE WORLD OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION 1
  • References 5
  • I NORTH AMERICA AND SOUTH AMERICA 7
  • 1: UNITED STATES 7B
  • 2: CANADA 23
  • Conclusion 40
  • Notes 40
  • 3: MEXICO and CENTRAL AMERICA 43
  • SUMMARY 62
  • References 62
  • 4: SOUTH AMERICA 65
  • Conclusion 82
  • References 83
  • 5: ARGENTINA 87
  • II EUROPE 102a
  • 6: EUROPE 103
  • 7: UNITED KINGDOM 123
  • 8: SWEDEN 145
  • 9: FRANCE 161
  • References 174
  • 10: GERMANY Hans-Jochen Brauns and David Kramer 177
  • 11: CENTRAL and EASTERN EUROPE 191
  • Conclusion 207
  • References 208
  • 12: RUSSIA and THE REPUBLICS 211
  • III AFRICA 222A
  • 13: AFRICA 223
  • 14: ZIMBABWE 241
  • Conclusion 257
  • References 257
  • 15: SOUTH AFRICA 261
  • References 278
  • IV MIDDLE EAST 280A
  • 16: MIDDLE EAST and EGYPT 281
  • References 302
  • References 303
  • 17: ISRAEL 305
  • V ASIA AND THE PACIFIC 320A
  • 18: ASIA and THE PACIFIC 321
  • 19: AUSTRALIA 339
  • References 352
  • 20: INDIA 355
  • Notes 364
  • References 364
  • 21: BANGLADESH 367
  • 22: JAPAN 389
  • 23: CHINA 403
  • Notes 417
  • References 418
  • VI OVERVIEW 420A
  • 24: COMPARATIVE and INTERNATIONAL OVERVIEW 421
  • Introduction 421
  • Index 441
  • ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS 451
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