Social policy shapes the daily lives of every canadian citizen and should reflect the beliefs of a majority of canadians on just approaches to the promotion of health safety and well being too often those on the front lines social workers nurses and teachers observe that policies do not work well for the most vulnerable groups in society. Canadian social policy issues and perspectives wilfrid laurier series editor anne westhues publisher wilfrid laurier univ press 2006 isbn 0889205043 9780889205048 length 478 pages. Canadian social policy issues and perspectives editors anne westhues brian wharf publisher wilfrid laurier univ press 2012 isbn 1554584094 9781554584093 length 456 pages subjects. The objective of this new edition is the same as that of previous editions to help students understand social policy from a canadian perspective and to stir them to discussion and debate part one provides a general overview of social policy and part two discusses the policy making processes from the international factors that influence them to the ways in which a social worker can become part of this process part three focuses on current social policy issues and part four offers a look . Canadian social policy issues and perspectives anne westhues and brian wharf editors imprint waterloo on wilfrid laurier university press c2012 isbn 1554583594 pbk 1554584094 pdf 9781554583591 pbk 9781554584093 pdf contents note becoming acquainted with social policy anne westhues the policy making process anne westhues and carol kenny scherber approaches to
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