Social policy theories: debates, policies and prospects of social change in the Great Lakes Region.
The book is central to the Social Policy Planning Handbooks series and will prove an excellent text book in both electronic mode and conventional paperback material, for university students, further education and board room and front line policy implementers. It is also a thought provoking reading for those established in the profession. Social Policy Theories: Debates, Policies and Prospects of Social Change in the Great Lakes Region is written by an experienced professional with a deep knowledge of the subject and a determination to improve the process of designing equitable policies.
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