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Formerly, National Conference of Charities and Correction
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
23-25 E. NINTH STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO
PUBLISHED FOR THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SOCIAL WORK
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS
COPYRIGHT 1922 BY
All Rights Reserved
Published November 1922
Composed and Printed By
Chicago 11. Tor.
Changing Fundamentals of Social Work (Presidential Address), Robert W. Kelso.
The Family as a Factor in Social Evolution, Arthur J. Todd
Fundamental Questions Now Before Us, Grace Abbott
The Superficial Character of Child Caring Work, J. Prentice Murphy
Underlying Concepts in the World Movement for Health:
Mental Hygiene, William A. White
The Faith of the Social Worker (Conference Sermon), Rev. Frank Nelson, D.D.
Coddling the Prisoner, Hastings H. Hart.
The Cleveland Survey of Criminal Justice, Raymond Moley
The Future of a Community in an Industrial Civilization:
The Waste of Human Effort in Industry, Herbert C. Hoover
The Place of the Local Community in Organized Society, E. C. Lindeman
The Effect of Modern Industry on Community Life, Allen T. Burns.
Public Agencies as Public Carriers of Ideas, Ada E. Sheffield.
Functions of Public and Private Agencies in the Social Work of the Future, C. M. Bookman
The School's Responsibility for the Leisure Time of the Child:
In Relation to the Services of the School, Neva R. Deardorff
In Relation to Its Effect on the Conduct and Efficiency of the Child and His Family,
Minimum Qualifications for a Good Training School for Delinquent Boys, Donald North.
Minimum Qualifications of a Good Child Placing Agency, Sophie Van S. Theis
Progress in Legal Protection for Children Born Out of Wedlock, Emma O. Lundberg .
Court Procedure in Securing Support for a Child of Illegitimate Birth, Elizabeth A. Lee
The Spiritual Values of Childhood:
The Religious Life of the Child, Ella Lyman Cabot
The Aesthetic Sensibilities of Childhood, Royal Bailey Farnum
Co-ordinating a Community's Child Caring Work:
The Relationship between the Functions of the Juvenile Court and Those of the General
Child-Caring Agencies, Ruth I. Workum
The Philadelphia Plan of a Central Bureau of Inquiry and Specialized Care, Helen I.
The Juvenile Court as a Constructive Social Agency, Emma O. Lundberg
Recreational Activities in Institutions, R. K. Atkinson
The Administrative Problems of a Woman's Reformatory, Anna M. Petersen