SOCIAL CASE WORK AS A PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESS: AN INTRODUCTION
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Farhana Sarfaraz, F., & Sumera Ishrat, S. (2012). SOCIAL CASE WORK AS A PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESS: AN INTRODUCTION. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 51(2), 235–247. Retrieved from https://www.jsshuok.com/oj/index.php/jssh/article/view/221

Abstract

Social work emerged as a profession early in the 20th century and today as a profession fulfills social welfare mandate to promote human well-being and the quality of life. The social work encompasses activities directed at improving humans, social condition, alleviating human distress and social problem. Social Case Work in one of the helping methods in social work. As its name implies, its particular focus of attention is not upon social problems themselves but upon “cases” or individuals or families suffering from social problems or clients who unable to cope satisfaction with their social situation or relationships. Social
case work modifies either the problem experience in the individual case or the person’s modes of coping with it, often both by provision of certain services material resource psychologically therapeutic supports and counselling. The present effort has been highlighted the meaning of social case work, its development and an introduction as a problem solving process.

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Copyright (c) 2012 Syeda Farhana Sarfaraz, Sumera Ishrat

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