Judgment Analysis of One Social Worker's Decision to Help or Not to Help

Whittington, Ronaele; Digman, Katarina; Digman, John M.
February 1974
Child Welfare;Feb74, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p83
Academic Journal
Analysis of a social worker's decisions on whether to help or not to help suggests that clients who do not receive help are those most in need of it. The authors offer a model for decision making intended to make judgments more professional.


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