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. It is suspected that very few students pursue this area of research. Similarly, when it comes to selecting fieldwork learning opportunities, it is estimated that very few of them select welfare-to-work programs. In the UK this might be explained by the fact that local authority social service agencies have no responsibility for the national welfare-to-work programs, therefore providing little incentive for students placed in public or voluntary sector organizations to learn about welfare-to-work programs Social policy and social services