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Social work is experiencing an unprecedented degree of institutional instability, particularly in the advanced industrial nations which, to varying degrees and via differing paths, have abandoned the Keynesian Welfare State. It has been replaced with a fundamentally different workfare regime in which operates on quite different assumptions-all of which pose fundamental challenges to social work. The degree of change is such that it can be understood as institutional change. The profession needsfatcat:amwhcoeoonbclbq566tsl3nypi