Income Maintenance and Social Work: A Broken Tie
Income maintenance as a field of social work practice has been neglected since its separation a decade ago from the provision of social services. This article argues for the recognition of income maintenance as a specialized form of social service and calls on the social work profession to assume once more a major role in its development.
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Wyers, N. L. (1983). Income Maintenance and Social Work: A Broken Tie. Social Work, 28(4), 261–268. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23714388