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Bess 2009 examines relevant competencies from the perspective of the practitioner. There were questions about capacity to implement any or all of the recommendations, the lack of an implementation blueprint, the absence of cost implications and the need for further consultation with key stakeholders. Moreover, Social Darwinism helped mold America's ideas of capitalism and the survival of the fittest mentality. We do this through a variety of social work programs.

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Publisher: World Health Organization (August 1, 2001)

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