Social Work: Search for Identity

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Notes
1.
Walter West, "The Purpose and Value of Standards in Case Work," National Conference of Social Work, Proceedings ( 1936), p. 98.
2.
Directory of Members of the American Association of Social Workers ( New York: AASW, 1936); Neva Deardorff and Mary C. Jarrett , "Are There Underlying Principles and Policies Basic to Professional Standards in Social Work?" NCSW, Proceedings ( 1928), pp. 560-64.
3.
Abraham Flexner, "Is Social Work a Profession?" National Conference of Charities and Corrections, Proceedings ( 1915), pp. 581-84.
4.
Mary Willcox Glenn, "The Growth of Social Case Work in the U.S.," The Family, IX: 274 ( December, 1928).
5.
Porter Lee, "Technical Training for Social Work" ( 1913) and "The Future of Professional Social Work" ( 1926) in Lee, Social Work as Cause and Function ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1937), pp. 29-32 and 131-50.
6.
Amos Griswold Warner, Stuart A. Queen, and Ernest Harper , American Charities and Social Work, 4th ed. ( New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1930), p. 25.
7.
Edith Abbott, "Backgrounds and Foregrounds in Education for Social Work," 1927 address to the AASW, in Abbott, Social Welfare and Professional Education ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1942), pp. 38-39. Consistent with her times, Abbott used the male pronoun when she wrote.
8.
"Walter West," Encyclopedia of Social Work ( New York: NASW, 1971), p. 1537; Neva Deardorff, "The New Secretary," The Compass, IX: 2, 5 ( October, 1927); Minutes, Executive Committee, AASW, 6/9/35, NASW Records, folder 21, Social Welfare History Archives, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.
9.
Lee, "The Future of Professional Social Work," p. 138; "Continuing the Membership Discussion," The Compass, X: 3-4 ( September, 1928).
10.
West, "The Purpose and Value of Standards in Case Work," p. 90.
11.
Neva Deardorff, "Social Work as a Profession," Social Work Year Book ( 1929), pp. 435-38.
12.
Ibid. An additional year of experience was required for full membership.
13.
Esther Brown, Social Work as a Profession ( New York: Russell Sage, 1935), pp. 70-71.

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