Social work arises in that space where individuals and society meet. Societies take an interest in what their citizens do and how they behave. In the case of social work, it is welfare laws and social policies that reflect the nature of that interest. From the perspective of individuals, they need to take note of what their society allows and prohibits, supports and values.
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