Perspectives on Social Services and Social Issues
by Jacqueline Ismael and Ray Thomlison
The selections in this volume are drawn from the proceedings of the Second Conference on Provincial Social Welfare Policy held at The University of Calgary, May 1-3, 1985.
The selections in this volume are drawn from the proceedings of the Second Conference on Provincial Social Welfare Policy held at The University of Calgary, May 1-3, 1985. The conference sought to further national cross-disciplinary research on provincial social welfare policies and programs from a comparative provincial perspective. It was organized around four major themes: The Canadian Welfare State: Evolution and Transition; Income Security and Job Creation; Issues of Structure and Process; and, Selected Social Issues and Programs. Perspectives on Social Services and Social Issues offers detailed studies of a range of contemporary issues.
About the Authors
JACQUELINE ISMAEL is a professor in the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary.
RAY THOMLINSON is Professor and Director of the School of Social Work at Florida International University.
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