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Dewey Decimal Numbers

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158 Counseling/Psychology
361 Social Work
362 Social Welfare Problems/Services
364 Criminal Justice Issues
360 Social services; association
361 General social problems
362 Social welfare problems & services
363 Other social problems & services
364 Criminology
365 Penal & related institutions


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Social Work General Web Resources

 List of Social Work web resources. Click the link to find more or use the tab at the top of the page.

  • American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work
    This website includes national practice standards and information related to issues in advanced-practice certification (the BCD) and specialty credentials (Practice with Children & Their Families, Psychoanalysis). The organization publishes reference information about board-certified clinicians.
  • Community Problem Solving
  • Council on Social Work Education
    This council accredits baccalaureate and master's degree programs in social work in the United States. It includes general information on social work education and services for social work educators.
  • National League of Cities
    The League of Cities is primarily a lobbying group for 49 major urban areas. The group provides educational and networking opportunities. The site presents a number of research initiatives.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook: Social Workers
    This resource describes the field of social work and the profession of social workers.
  • The New Social Worker Online
    This website is self described as the place for social workers on the net.

New Social Work Books


View all our Social Work books in the Library Catalog

Social Work Periodicals


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