Table of contents for International social work : issues, strategies, and programs / David Cox, Manohar Pawar.

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Introduction
Chapter 1: International Social Work
Social Work
The Global Spread and Organization of Social Work
International Social Work
Conclusion
Chapter 2: The Integrated Perspectives Approach to International Social Work
The Global Perspective
The Human Rights Perspective
The Ecological Perspective
The Social Development Perspective
The Integrated Perspectives Approach as a Whole
The Integrated Perspectives Approach and Existing Social Work Theories
The Application of the Integrated Perspectives Approach to International Social Work
Conclusion
Chapter 3: The Global Context of International Social Work
The Global Social Problems Context
The Organizational Context
The Ideological Context
The Emerging Policy Context
Conclusion
Chapter 4: Basic Programs and Strategies for International Social Work
Empowerment
Capacity Building
Self-Help and Self-Reliance
Enhancing Social Integration or Social Cohesion
Income-Generation Strategies
Key types of income-generation strategies
Community Development
Conclusion
Chapter 5: The Field of Development: Background and Current Issues
Global Development Since 1945: The Various Paths to Development
Local Level Development
Conclusion
Chapter 6: The Field of Development: Programs and Strategies in Local Level Development
Local Level Development
Goals and Strategies Pertaining to Local Level Development
Introduction
Key strategies and programs appropriate to local level development
The place for integrated comprehensive programs
Conclusion
Chapter 7: The Field of Poverty Reduction and Alleviation: Background and Issues
Perspective on Poverty
Global Poverty: Current Dimensions and Trends
Global Poverty: The Various Types or Facets of Poverty
The Poverty of the United Nations? List of Least Developed Countries 	
Globally-Induced Poverty
Poverty and the Development Process, or Development-Related Poverty 
Subsistence Poverty
Rural Poverty
Urban Poverty
Poverty and Specific Population Categories
Consequential poverty
Definitions and Forms of Poverty
Conclusion
Chapter 8: The Field of Poverty Alleviation: Programs and Strategies
Poverty Alleviation in Context
A Model of Poverty Alleviation for International Social Work
Poverty Alleviation Programs and Strategies Used in International Social Work
Conclusion
Chapter 9: The Fields of Conflict and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Background and Current Issues
Introduction
The Extent and Nature of Modern Conflict
Characteristics of Conflict
Impact of Conflict
The Role of the United Nations
The Role of Global Civil Society
The Post-Conflict Response
The Conflict Situation and the Post-Conflict Reconstruction Agenda
The Humanitarian Debate
Conclusion
Chapter 10: The Field of Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Programs and Strategies
Implementing the Post-Conflict Agenda
Some Key Areas of International Social Work in the Post-Conflict Situation
Delivering Psychosocial Programs
Rebuilding Communities
Securing and Maintaining Peace and Promoting Reconciliation
Conclusion
Chapter 11: The Field of Displacement and Forced Migration: Background and Current Issues
Forced Migration: The Presenting Situation and its Background
The nature of forced migration in the contemporary world
Forced migration movements and numbers in recent times
Case study of forced migration in Africa
A Critical Analysis of the Forced Migration Situation
Specific Aspects of International Social Work?s Involvement in Forced Migration Situations
Camps and holding centers for refugees, displaced persons and asylum seekers
Conclusion
Chapter 12: The Field of Displacement and Forced Migration: Programs and Strategies
A General Overview of Social Work Programs in Forced Migration Situations
Some Specific Programs and Strategies for Responding to Various Forced Migration Situations
Humanitarian aid and its distribution
Programs humanizing existing conditions
Trauma counseling programs
Support programs
Social and recreational programs
Children?s education and psychosocial programs
Services for refugee women
Family reunion programs
Repatriation and integration programs
Integration Programs
Human Rights Programs
Legal-Oriented Programs
Community Development Programs
Conclusion
Chapter 13: International Social Work With Specific Populations
Street Children
Definitions and Numbers
Categories of Street Children
Intervention Strategies and Skills in Working With Street Children
Some Strategies in Working With Street Children
Child Laborers
Strategies for addressing deleterious child labor
Migrant Workers and Their Families
AIDS Orphans in Africa
Conclusion
Chapter 14: Challenges for International Social Work for the Twenty-First Century
The Way Ahead For International Social Work: Where Should International Social Work be Heading in the Twenty-First Century?
Changes Required to Social Work Education
Changes Required to Social Work Practice
Careers in International Social Work
The Global Organization of Social Work
Conclusion
References
Index
Questionnaire
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social service -- Cross-cultural studies.
Social problems -- Cross-cultural studies.
Human services -- Cross-cultural studies.
Globalization.
Social change.
Social work education.