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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sociology
caseworkcasework /ˈkeɪswɜːk/ noun [uncountable]  SSwork that a social worker does which is concerned with the problems of a particular person or family who needs helpcaseworker noun [countable]
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caseworkAs in previous sections recording methods are illustrated through case work examples.But as much life force as possible must be restored to the preclear to make the case work well.For example, the social worker exercises discretion in individual case work.In addition to the case work, the committee has continued to keep the regulations under review and has considered a variety of amendments.In this case work out the result before continuing.Predominantly its work is case work, considering whether individual applicants should receive exemptions from examinations and pupillage.The roots of case management lie in social case work.
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