Social Services, Social Justice, and Social Innovations: Lessons for Addressing Income Inequality

@inproceedings{Dearing2017SocialSS,
  title={Social Services, Social Justice, and Social Innovations: Lessons for Addressing Income Inequality},
  author={Tiziana C. Dearing},
  year={2017}
}
This paper first explores three lessons about income inequality that have emerged in cross-disciplinary study. Second, it relates those lessons to ethical practices in social work and social services, and other ethics of social justice. Third, it briefly examines sample innovations in social services that hold promise for addressing the three lessons of the income inequality described. Finally, the paper offers reflections on a potential path forward in a quest to mitigate the harm of… CONTINUE READING

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