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Student Lecture Outline—September 25 and 27, 2007 Week Four: Social Work’s Historical Development Social Work 205: Introduction to the Field of Social Work Syllabus listing : Continuation of Week 3 Required reading: Popple, Philip R. and Leighninger, Leslie (2005). Social work, social welfare, and American society, sixth edition . Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Page 167: Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921 Page 454: Power of AMA; Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921 Page 456: Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921 Pages 121-126: Social Work history, 1930s-1970s Pages 319-327: Social Welfare history, Great Depression to George Bush (elder) Page 272: Eugenics movement Pages 514-515: Eugenics movement Timelines: 19 th Century America (p. 11 in reader) Progressive Era (1900-1920) (p. 22 in reader) Some Highlights of FDR’s New Deal (p. 23 in reader) Great Society/War on Poverty (p. 25 in reader) Sandburg, Carl (1916). Chicago poems (p. 26 in reader). Videos: MPI Teleproductions (2000). The 20 th century: The 1930s: The Great Depression.
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