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Define social work as art and science

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asked Nov 10, 2013 in Definition by anonymous
recategorized Nov 10, 2013 by DeniseC
   

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Social work is both an art and science.  It builds on the knowledge base and skills of social work, the social sciences, as well as the liberal arts.  Social work majors have an opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience through internships (field placements) in a wide variety of settings, such as criminal justice systems, child and family services, mental health settings, or hospitals. Likewise, social work is a profession of possibilities, both in terms of career paths and in the ways that clients can be helped. Refer this link to know more: https://www.cuw.edu/programs/socialwork/
answered Nov 11, 2013 by amanda01 Inquisitive Expert (92,460 points)
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