Social work’s movers and shakers, those who embrace causes, are motivated by a variety of reasons. Many early pioneers simply felt compassion and concern for the downtrodden, deprived and underprivileged. In many cases this was born of their religious faith. They adopted a practical approach to solving social problems. They got stuck in. Theory as such did not feature in their work.
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