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«Social Work in East Asia»





Japanese Colonial PeriodSocial Work ManpowerGetting Away from a Sole Focus on 'Curative Social Work'The Initiation of Modern Social Work in JapanSocial Work in TaiwanIndigenous Social Work Knowledge and ApproachesThe Period of Increasing Social Worker Replacements with Graduates from Related DepartmentsState of the Family in SingaporeSocial Work Education in MalaysiaSocial Work in Children and Youth ServicesWhat Are Normative Theories?Phase 1: Pre-Professional (Before 1996)Post-IndependencePre-Professionalized Social Work System Post–World War II PeriodHealth and Social WorkSocial Work in MalaysiaPre-IndependenceThe Context of Social Work Practice: Social Welfare in Hong KongRoles and Image of Social WorkersSocial Work in the PhilippinesThe Country Context for Development of Social WorkSocial Welfare: The Big Burden from the Eyes of ElitesSocial Work in Thai ValuesDevelopment of Social Work in the Philippines in Global and Historical ContextSocial Work Education and Professional DevelopmentPeriod of the Forming of a Social Worker Employment SystemThe Need for Progressive Social ChangeSocial Work in SingaporeProfessional Organization Developing PeriodDevelopmental Social Policy (DSP) for Social Work ServicesConcluding ThoughtSocial Work Licence and Professional AssociationSocial Work in Singapore: Past and PresentThe Contradiction of the Professional System and Professional AutonomyStudents Professional DevelopmentSocial Work Educational Policy and Accreditation in MalaysiaOverview of the Mongolian Social Security SystemRethinking of the Professionalism of Social Work in JapanStrengths and Opportunities in Social Work ProfessionThe First Effective Step in 1990: A Long Struggle for the Social Insurance ActUnder-Construction Social Work System The Proposed Curriculum BenchmarkSocial Work PracticeAgencies Related to the Social Work ProfessionSocial Work in MongoliaLaws Related to Strengthening Social Work PracticesInvesting in 'Environmental Social Policies'Phenomena after Promulgation of the Social Worker ActDiffusion of Hong Kong's Social Work into Mainland ChinaTaiwan's Social Work Profession Development: Professionalism vs. National Professionalism'Current Social Policy of the Principle of People's Livelihood' Period.The Controversy over the Examination for Professional Social WorkersSocial Work in ThailandResources and StructureAmendments of the Social Worker ActSocial Work Services and Developmental Social PolicySocial Work as a Profession in the PhilippinesDeveloping and Defending People's Human, Social, and Cultural CapabilitiesAfter the 1997 Financial Crisis: A New Move to Welfare or Just a Populist Model?Social Work and the CommunityThe Mixing Systems within Thai Social WelfareStatus of Programs of Local UniversitiesStructure of Welfare Services in SingaporeSocial Work in the Philippines TodayResidualism: A Mainstream Welfare Model in ThailandSocial Work EducationPhase 4: Institutionalization (2007–Present)Current Challenges for RecognitionSocial Planning and Social InterventionThe Professionalized Social Work System in TaiwanSocial Work in Hong KongMembership of the Accreditation BodySocial Work and Family ServicesForewordHistory of Social Welfare in MalaysiaConcluding RemarksConcluding ThoughtsThe Rise of Accreditation of Social WorkPhase 3: Capacity Building (2001–2007)Overview of Taiwan's Social Work SystemStaff Professional DevelopmentPhase 2: Launching and Early Years (1996–2000)Social Work in JapanDevelopment of the Social Work Professional Community and Professional OrganizationsInvesting in 'Communicational Social Policy'The Guiding Principles of Universalism, Equality and InclusivityThe King's Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy: An Alternative WelfareInvestment in Cost-Effective and Outcome-Oriented Social Service ProgramsDoubts over the Professional RoleThe Reestablishment of the Social Work ProfessionIntroducing the Paradigm of Societal Human CapabilitiesScope of Services and ClientelesTrajectory of Social Work Development in MongoliaThe 2009–2010 Crisis: A Reduction of Inequalities or Even More Populist?The Period of Kuomintang GovernmentThe Social Work System AbroadThe Origin of Social Work in Thailand
 
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