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date: 26 September 2022

International Social Welfare: Overviewlocked

International Social Welfare: Overviewlocked

  • James Midgley, James MidgleyUniversity of California, Berkeley
  • Elise VerdoonerElise VerdoonerColumbia University
  •  and Murali NairMurali NairColumbia University

Summary

The term international social welfare is used to refer both to social welfare policies and programs around the world and to the academic study of international social welfare activities. The entry focuses on the latter meaning and provides an overview of the evolution of scholarly inquiry into international social welfare, the key topics that have been identified and discussed by international social welfare scholars, opportunities for diverse global social welfare opportunities, the likely future development of the field and annotated web-based information about organizations active in this area.

Subjects

  • International and Global Issues

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