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24 Int'l Soc. Work 1 (1981)

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T HIS issue contains a thougnt-provok-
       ing paper by Anant Jain about insti-
       tutional responses to the problem of
poverty in Third  World  countries. Equally
thought-provoking is the paper by Chatter-
jee and Ireyes on technology transfer. This
paper, while probably of good  use in parts
of the world where social work practice and
education  are well  entrenched, may   also
give rise to questions about the potency of
the concept advocated.

It's small world today -

particularly by reading 'International Social Work'
a habit of it.

For subscviption particulars, see page 64 of this issue.

  Since  little has been published in these
pages  about  the Chinese  Workers'  Social
Assistance System, the paper by Dixon is a
valuable addition to the scant literature on
the  welfare structure in the Republic  of

                     Werner  W.  Boehm,

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