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Joachim Wieler

Joachim Wieler (born 1938 in Malbork, Poland) holds a Diplom-Sozialarbeiter (FH) and a Master of Social Work (MSW). He is a supervisor in the German social services and a professor emeritus in the Department of Social Work of the Fachhochschule, University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany. His areas of teaching and research are the history of social work, institutions and methods, and the internationalization of social work.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Joachim Wieler." (Viewed on September 23, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/wieler-joachim>.

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