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Social Work Resources: Books

A sampling of social work books

ebrary social work books

Subject Headings in the Catalog

Family Social Work
Medical Social Work
Psychiatric Social Work
School social work
Social case work
Social group work
Social service
Social work administration
Social work education
Social work
Social work with African Americans
Social work with alcoholics

Social work with bisexuals
Social work with children
Social work with criminals
Social work with drug addicts
Social work with gay youth

Social work with gays
Social work with immigrants
Social work with juvenile delinquents
Social work with lesbians
Social work with minorities
Social work with older people
Social work with older people -- United States
Social work with people with mental disabilities -- United States
Social work with people with social disabilities
Social work with the aged
Social work with the homeless
Social work with women
Social work with youth

 

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Find books in other libraries

Books owned by other libraries are available to you through interlibrary loan.  Search the catalogs below to find books to help you in your research.

Interlibrary Loan

If you come across a book you need for your research, and the Library does not own it, request it through our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service.

Plan in advance when making ILL requests, as it can take anywhere from several days to several weeks for your book/s to arrive.

eBooks

  

 

The Bethel College Library has access to thousands of ebooks through EBSCOhost and ProQuest Ebooks Central.

EBSCO ebooks can be searched in the library catalog.  You can identify them as eBooks by the phrase "electronic resource" after the title, the phrase "(electronic bk)" after the ISBN record, and, finally, a Linked Resource saying "An electronic book available through the World Wide Web; click for information."  You can also search them separately by going to EBSCOhost and selecting the eBook collection database.

For detailed instructions on reading/downloading EBSCO eBooks, go to this GUIDE.

ProQuest Ebooks Central can also be searched using the library catalog.  Because ProQuest is always adding titles, however, you may also want to search the collection directly.

For detailed instructions on reading/downloading ProQuest Ebook Central titles, go to this GUIDE.