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date: 27 November 2020

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  • Charles D. CowgerCharles D. CowgerUniversity of Missouri–Columbia, Emeritus

Summary

This entry discusses the relationship of war and peace to social work practice. The historic and current mandate for social workers to work for peace is presented. The inevitable tie of war to everyday social work practice is described, and the relationship between social justice and peace is illustrated.

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