Administration of a Social Work Model for Local Cooperativism
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García Lirios, C. (2019). Administration of a Social Work Model for Local Cooperativism. Revista Estrategia Organizacional, 8(2), 35 - 48. https://doi.org/10.22490/25392786.3430

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The discussion on the relationship between social work and local cooperativism in order to administrate a model for the study of the phenomenon was the objective of this work. A study was carried out with an intentional selection of sources indexed to international repositories from 2010 to 2019, although the design of the research limited the information to the local area, suggesting the extension of the work in other global databases.

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