Liberation and Domestication

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The growth of population centres and labour markets led as well to other public policy responses such as public health laws and greater regulation of employment conditions. Social development is defined by Midgley, J. in �Defining social development: historical trends and conceptual formulations��, Social Development Issues, Vol 16(3), 1994, as a process of planned social change designed to promote people�s welfare in conjunction with a comprehensive process of economic development. * Social development workers and other categories of personnel: This refers to different categories of social welfare and other personnel including social workers, social auxiliary workers, community development workers, child and youth care workers and other categories that may still be defined (see social development above).

Pages: 148

Publisher: The Company of Writers (November 5, 2005)

ISBN: 0955183405

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