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Miss Cutler & the Case of the Resurrected HorseSocial Work and the Story of Poverty in America, Australia, and Britain$
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Mark Peel

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780226653631

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: March 2013

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226653662.001.0001

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They Are Somewhere Down the Stairs

They Are Somewhere Down the Stairs

Chapter 11 They Are Somewhere Down the Stairs
Miss Cutler & the Case of the Resurrected Horse
University of Chicago Press

This chapter comments on the approaches and methods of the Charity Organization Society (CSO) social workers in London. It suggests that the London caseworkers lacked the rigor and forceful and optimistic determinations of their counterparts in Melbourne, Boston, and Minneapolis. These COS caseworkers were simply more detached to the poor, had less interest in pursuing and questioning the poor, and were less determined in making progress.

Keywords:   social workers, Charity Organization Society, London, rigor, determination, caseworkers, poor

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