Casework



the work of investigation, advice, supervision, etc., by social workers or the like, in cases handled by them.
Sociology. a close study of psychological and sociological factors in the history of an individual or family in unfavorable circumstances, with a view to improving personal and family conditions.
cabinetwork (def 1).
Contemporary Examples

When exhibitions travel, casework and graphics get shipped from venue to venue in heavy crates.
The Curator’s Tale Ellen Lupton July 6, 2010

noun
social work based on close study of the personal histories and circumstances of individuals and families

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    a person who does casework. an investigator, especially of a social agency, who aids disadvantaged individuals or families chiefly by analysis of their problems and through personal counseling. Contemporary Examples Ryan wants to address multigenerational poverty with caseworker assistance. Paul Ryan’s New Plan Is a Good One, Especially for Black People John McWhorter July 29, […]

  • Caseworm

    a caddisworm or other insect larva that constructs a case around its body. noun another name for a caddis worm



  • Case-method

    Also called case-study method [keys-stuhd-ee] /ˈkeɪsˈstʌd i/ (Show IPA). the teaching or elucidation of a subject or issue through analysis and discussion of actual cases, as in business education. case system.

  • Casease

    noun a proteolytic enzyme formed by certain bacteria that activates the solution of albumin and casein in milk and cheese



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