Maier, Emma
June 2009
Community Care;6/4/2009, Issue 1773, p4
The article focuses on a survey and the Social Work Task Force campaign, of the periodical "Community Care." About 326 social workers answered the survey on challenges faced by the profession of social work and its possible solutions. Community Care's petition calling for more balanced media coverage of social work, has been signed up by 6,000 people, many of whom are social workers. It is stated that debate has been growing about who should provide the voice of social work.


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