Preface Acknowledgments 1 Social Work's Role in a Sustainable Future 2 Long-Term Sustainability and the Environment 3 New Systems Thinking and a Web of Life 4 Spirituality and Science: Today's Modern Dilemma 5 Redefining Economy 6 Sustainable Politics 7 A Model of Social Work for a Sustainable World 8 Evolving Toward Partnership References About the Author Index
Nancy L. Mary (DSW, MSW, University of California, Los Angeles) is professor emerita of social work at California State University, San Bernardino. She teaches macro foundation and advanced macro practice with electives in disabilities. Mary has a number of published papers and has presented her ideas at conferences worldwide.
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