EDITORIAL – Social Work Values in Perspectives on Social Work
Minott, Kenya R.
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Social work is a broad field with social workers across the globe engaging diverse populations in a variety of settings. The scope of Perspectives on Social Work reflects this spectrum by accepting a variety of submissions covering a myriad of topics in social work. We ask only that submissions encompass social work values and ethical principles. As in the social work profession itself, the values of social work create a common thread for the papers we feature in our journal.
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