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Also in print: Call Number: HV12 .E53 2008 (Ref)
This multi-volume set, published by Oxford University Press and the National Association of Social Workers, contains 400 articles with references. Covers traditional and contemporary areas and issues related to the field.
This is a good source for exploring prominent social issues.
Explores a current news issue in-depth each week. Articles typically include features such as an overview and background of the issue, pro-con essays on a question related to the issue, a chronology, and a lengthy bibliography. Coverage from 1923 to present.
More than 14,000 pro/con viewpoint essays, 5,000+ topic overviews, 300+ primary source documents, 300+ biographies of social activists and reformers, more than 775 court-case overviews, 5 million periodical articles, nearly 6,000 statistical tables, charts and graphs, nearly 70,000 images and a link to Google Image Search, thousands of podcasts, including weekly presidential addresses, premier NPR programs and more.