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Table of contents
PART I Orientation and Perspective
1 Human Services: A New Direction
What Is a Human Services Worker? Multiple Views
Box 1.1: Typical Employment Titles for Human Service Workers
Current Conceptions of Human Services Systems
Box 1.2: “There She Lies, the Great Melting Pot”
Social Policy and Human Services
2 A History of Helping
The Dark Past of Helping
Social Welfare: Toward a Community Approach
Box 2.1: A History of Prejudice
PART II Human Services: Defining Roles, Problems, and Boundaries
3 Human Service Workers: Agents of Change
Human Services: A New Profession
Role Functions of the Human Service Worker
Human Service Workers: What They Really Do
Human Service Workers in a Multicultural Society
Competence and Credentialing
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