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This study portrays a social work approach to the study of development. It surveys some issues in national and international strategies for development since World War II. A few telling social indicators(such as expectation of life at birth, infant mortality, gross national product per capita p.a., and adult literacy) are used to illustrate development comparatively. After a review of the United Nations "Development Decades" and the shift in development strategies these illustrate, two major development models ("capitalist" and socialist ) are discussed. Development issues and processes in five countries, chosen as case studies, are then presented. Next, the position of South Africa is analysed, with particular emphasis on its black populations. Finally, the role of the social worker in development strategies is considered, and the adequacy of present-day social work training in South Africa is assessed in the light of the country's development needs. A plea for indigenisation of social work training is registered. The sources used in the study are secondary. No field data are presented. More... »

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