Title

Income Maintenance Studies: A Missing Component

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Journal of Education for Social Work

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Citation

Publication Date

Winter 1980

Abstract

This article reviews the findings of a national survey intended to determine the extent to which income maintenance studies are available in graduate or undergraduate social work programs. Their general unavailability is linked to a disregard for the poor on the part of organized social work. Latent interest for such a course of studies was uncovered, however. The author advocates the legitimization of income maintenance as a field of study for social workers and presents a tentative educational model for the curriculum.

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© Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on behalf of Council on Social Work Education

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