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童敏   社会科学文献出版社  2011-03 出版
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本书围绕着社会工作专业服务规划与设计中的两个基本要素——如何快速消除问题和如何充分发掘和利用服务对象及周围他人的能力,借助具体的本土案例,详细分析和讲解科学规划与设计社会工作专业服务的基本方法和要求。本书是国内第一部探索和总结社会工作专业服务规划与设计的论著,能够帮助社会工作者提高在实务工作场景中规划与设计社会工作专业服务的能力,可以作为社会工作教育者和实务工作者的阅读参考材料。
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