A rather different way of thinking about social work’s mixed parentage and fractured identity was offered by Porter Lee as far back as 1929. He was an American social work academic who wrote a feisty paper about social work’s dual nature, later expanding it into a book with the title Social Work as Cause and Function (1937).
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