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Experiences of Women as Social Welfare Administrators

Carol D. Austin, Diane Kravetz and Katherine L. Pollock
Social Work
Vol. 30, No. 2 (March–April 1985), pp. 173-179
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23714539
Page Count: 7
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Experiences of Women as Social Welfare Administrators
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Abstract

An in-depth study by the authors, based on interviews of 57 women administrators in social welfare agencies, revealed variations in career paths, education, and experiences and concerns. The study identified and defined three practice settings of the respondents: public, voluntary, and emergent agencies. Data from the study comparing characteristics of the respondents across the settings are presented.

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