Analyzing the critical juncture of family-centered policy and
practice, this book places the universal institution of the family
in a global context. By including a conceptual framework as well as
practice components, the authors offer an original multimodal
approach toward understanding family-centered policy practice from
an international perspective. It provides grassroots strategies for
activists and practical guides for both students and practitioners
and includes cutting-edge interpretations of the impact of
globalization on families, social workers, and other helping
professionals and advocates.
Subjects: Sociology, Political Science
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