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HOLA is recognized and recommended as a reliable source of information on Hispanic talent". It is unfortunate that our lawmakers have resisted the influence of this thoughtful and challenging book. In addition, many other new directions in education and training in the welfare field are needed, such as developmental social welfare and social development; welfare financing; development administration and management; social policy, research and planning; gender-sensitive welfare programming; appropriate programmes for people with disabilities, e.g. people using sign language; HIV/AIDS; multi-cultural concerns in practice; accessible communication with beneficiaries in terms of language usage; rural development practice; and intersectoral interventions. (b) The urban bias in training programmes should be countered.

Pages: 207

Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd; 1st edition (January 1969)

ISBN: 0398001200

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