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Organizational board members, experts in the ﬁeld, case managers, or former clients) to ascertain quality for us. Therefore, one of the primary problems with service delivery is the limited accountability built into social service systems. Not only do clients not know who is responsible for inadequacies in the service delivery system, often social service professionals do not know how or if the system works. This uncertainty is because of the following reasons: • Much of what is produced in social service delivery occurs as a consequence of the interaction between staff members and clientele.
Therefore, the meaning assigned by client groups to the intervention process may be far different from the meaning of this process to the social worker. Members of the client group may internalize the helping process, associating it with society’s need to control behavior. An additional application of social constructionism in social work practice is the work of Paulo Freire (1970). Although Freire is not explicitly a social constructionist, his work focuses on the production of new knowledge in relation to working with members of marginalized groups to bring about social change.
In addition, most models of management practice draw heavily on previously developed models and methods. Like theory, models evolve over time in response to changes in the social, technological, economic, and political environment. For example, the feminist model of management developed in response to women entering the work force in greater numbers during the 1960s and 1970s and ﬁnding access to management positions blocked by men in powerful positions in organizations (Chernesky & Bombyk, 1995).