The Importance Of Social Work

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They say where you’re from doesn’t really matter as long as you’re going somewhere. Someone studying phycology or sociology, or social work knows that isn’t true. There are so many factors that go into making a person who he or she is. A person is a product of their environment, and the community is the byproduct of the groups and persons who live in it. We must shape the way we practice with clients, so it accommodates everyone appropriately. Imagine a poor child from the south side of Chicago. His neighborhood is dilapidated and drugs are running ramped in his community. The school system has taken the textbooks out of his classroom. His mom is a single mom and she is barely making ends meet. All he hears is “you’re gone be like your no

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