Charles Zastrow Quote

The social action approach, assumes there is a disadvantaged (often oppressed) segment of the population that needs to be organized, perhaps in alliance with others, in order to pressure the power structure for increased resources or for treatment more in accordance with democracy or social justice.


p. 315; partly cited in: Lupe Alle-Corliss, Randy Alle-Corliss (1999) Advanced practice in human service agencies. p. 233 - The practice of social work. (1995)

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The social action approach, assumes there is a disadvantaged (often oppressed) segment of the population that needs to be organized, perhaps in...

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The social action approach, assumes there is a disadvantaged (often oppressed) segment of the population that needs to be organized, perhaps in...

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The social action approach, assumes there is a disadvantaged (often oppressed) segment of the population that needs to be organized, perhaps in...

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The social action approach, assumes there is a disadvantaged (often oppressed) segment of the population that needs to be organized, perhaps in...