Social Work: A Companion to Learning

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S. is clouded by vested interests and by ideology. Vicinus, M. (1985) Independent Women: Work and Community for Single Women 1850-1920, Virago, London. A subset of these more common problems involve people with profound and persistent disabilities that require an intensive and continuing pattern of care and social support. Among other benefits provided by enterprises to their workers are access to special shops that sell subsidized milk for families with low incomes and small children and an allowance to children for the purchase of a school uniform when they start school and again at the age of thirteen.

Pages: 320

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd (May 17, 2007)

ISBN: 1412920019

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