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Author Burke, Sara Z. (Sara Zena), 1963-
Title Seeking the highest good : social service and gender at the University of Toronto, 1888-1937 / Sara Z. Burke.
Imprint Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, [1996]
©1996

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  LE3.T52 B87 1996    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  LE3.T52 B87 1996    AVAILABLE  
Author Burke, Sara Z. (Sara Zena), 1963-
Series Studies in gender and history
Studies in gender and history. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n95070121
Subject University of Toronto. Department of Social Service -- History.
University Settlement (Toronto, Ont.) -- History.
Social service -- Ontario -- Toronto -- History.
Sex role -- Ontario -- Toronto -- History.
Description 194 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [173]-187) and index.
ISBN 0802071465 (pbk.)
0802007821 (bound)
OCLC # 35326518
Table of Contents
 Acknowledgments 
 Introduction3
1British Roots: Arnold Toynbee, W.J. Ashley, and the New Political Economy, 1888-18928
2Evangelism and the Limits of Social Action28
3Science and Sentiment: Constructing the Gender of Service, 1900-191041
4The Search for a Model: University Settlement, 1910-191861
5Skill or Knowledge? Training for Social Work 1914-191878
6The Department and Its Graduates, 1918-1928100
7A Return to First Principles: E.J. Urwick and the Fight against Machinery, 1928-1937115
 Conclusion: Expertise, Efficiency, and the Bureaucratic Spirit130
 Notes141
 Bibliography175
 Illustration Credits188
 Index189


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