Featuring pragmatic guidelines for all administrators and practitioners in the social services, this book presents both theory and case materials to give the student of social administration a textured understanding of the social agency and its dilemmas and walks the student through the very practical daily problems and challenges. Published in two parts: Volume 1: An Introduction to Human Services Management Volume 2: Managing Finances, Personnel, and Information in Human ServicesJohn D. Blum, Ann Damsgaard, and Paul R. Sullivan, aquot;Cost-Benefit Analysis, aquot; in Regulating Health Care: The Struggle for Control, ed. ... Edward E. Schwartz ( Chicago: School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago, 1970), pp.
|Title||:||Social Administration: Managing finances, personnel, and information in human services|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1985-01-01|