* Engaging chapter-opening case studies
* Each chapter includes a detailed set of definitions and statistical portraits of problems
* Historical segments trace how particular problems have evolved
* The end-of-chapter feature "Voices from the Field" highlights a particular individual who is currently working to address the root causes of social problems.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 472
Weight: 770 g
Dimensions: 231 x 187 x 25 mm
-- Judith Blau
"Rich in examples of real service learning projects, this fresh look at social problems provides a unique text--both theoretical and practical-resulting in an exquisite book for service-learning courses of all kinds."
-- Dwight E. Giles Jr.
"If you want to go beyond what's wrong to what you can do about it, get this book."
-- Randy Stoecker