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LC Call Numbers
The Call Numbers for books related to Social Work and Social Welfare are:
LC189-214.5 Education Sociology
Discrimination in education
Sex differences in education
Right to education
HM1041-1101 Social Perception - Social Cognition
Perception of self and others
HQ12-449 Sexual Life
Sexual behavior and attitudes.
Race as a social group
Race relations in general
HV 1 - 9960 Social Work and Social Welfare
Social Services. Social Work
Young adults. Youth. Teenagers
Gay men. Lesbians
People with disabilities
Poor in cities. Homelessness.
Protection of animals. Animal rights
Drug habits. Drug abuse
Criminal justice administration
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