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Women & children first : the contribution of the Children's Bureau to social work education /

edited by Alice Lieberman and Kristine Nelson.

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Names: Lieberman, Alice A., | Nelson, Kristine E.,
Published: Alexandria, Virginia : Council on Social Work Education, [2013]
Topics: Child welfare - United States. | Social work with children - United States. | Social work with women - United States. | Women - United States - Social conditions. | United States. Children's Bureau.
Regions: United States.
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A chronology of events in the evolution of the relationship of the Children's Bureau and professional social work education -- The early years : research and advocacy, 1912-1938 / Paul H. Stuart -- The Children's Bureau as exemplar for social work education in the United States / Barbara Levy Simon -- Retreat from the whole child perspective, 1935-1960 / Kristine Nelson -- From the great society to the retreat of the welfare state / Joel Blau -- The Indian Child Welfare Act and the Multiethnic Placement Act : implications for vulnerable populations / Ruth G. McRoy -- Laying the foundation for a stronger partnership under Title IV-E / Joan Levy Zlotnik -- The Children's Bureau's influence on the social work curriculum : one state's experience / Bart Grossman and Sherrill Clark -- Dissemination and technical assistance : the evolution of resource and training centers / Anita P. Barbee -- The reprofessionalization of child welfare : recruitment and retention / Miriam J. Landsman -- Child welfare research : the neglected mandate / Crystal Collins-Camargo -- Developing a better future for children and families in the United States : toward a shared vision for child welfare / Alberta Ellett -- Creating a house of cards : the struggle to create community partnerships across difference in a child welfare context / Debora M. Ortega and Colleen J. Reed.

Table of Contents for: Women & children first : the contributio