Louise De La Valliere

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Advocacy is an important aspect of social work. From the 1970s neo-liberalism and Poststructuralism had a greater influence on the development of welfare states reflected most closely in the neo-liberal tenets of Thatcherism in Britain. Comprehensive legislation will be developed where necessary. Collaboration and Conflict, Urban Institute Press, Washington DC. The decision was taken to accept the consequences of restructuring, exacerbating the depression, rather than moderating and slowing its effects through counter-cyclical measures.

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