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national church and the social order
Church of England. National Assembly. Social and Industrial Council.
Bibliography: p. 160-162.
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However, social workers continue to serve as the hands and heart of the church in outreach to oppressed and hurting persons. The church was the first and has continued to be a prominent context for social work practice, joined more recently by government programs, schools, hospitals and clinics, mental health agencies, industry, and most recently, the for-profit, private service sector.5/5(1).
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the solution of social problems may be classified under three heads: social thought, social action, and social work. Social thought is "the totality of man's thought about his relationships and obli-gations to his fellow men." Church teaching about the social ideal and church judgments on existing condi-tions in the light of this ideal belong in.
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To us whoFile Size: KB. Social order can be observed within national societies, geographical regions, institutions and organizations, communities, formal and informal groups, and even at the scale of global society. Within all of these, social order is most often hierarchical; some people hold more power than others so they can enforce the laws, rules, and norms.
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