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By Marianne R. Woodside / Tricia McClam

ISBN-10: 0495503363

ISBN-13: 9780495503361

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Copyright # 1908 Funk and Wagnalls. A new type of economy and the employment needs of the industrial revolution also affected a number of poor people. The growth of commerce encouraged the development of a money economy, based on capital investments, credit, interest, rent, and wages. This system was very different from the rural economy, which depended on the bartering of goods and services. As the poor could no longer survive by bartering and had little money, they often could not afford food, housing, and clothing.

9. The interaction between the client and the human service system also defines human services. 10. The services provided are designed to improve an individual’s well-being. 11. In the successful delivery of services, the client develops new insights, skills, and competencies. 5. Human services uses an interdisciplinary approach to understanding clients, helpers, and the context. 12. The field of human services is respected by its clients and other helping professions. 6. Human services consists of those services that help people with their problems.

Grass-roots programs and organizations help people in urban slums and rural areas break free of poverty. The author examines innovative and effective programs, describes how companies and foreign investors can help, and offers tools, guidelines, and suggestions. REFERENCES Action evaluation. (2006) An overview. pdf#search=%22action %20evaluation%22. American Psychological Association. (2006). About APA. org/about/. Eriksen, K. (1981). Human services today. Reston, VA: Reston Publishing. Human Service Research Institute.

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