casework casework  /ˈkeɪ ˌswɜrk/

Definition(s):

  • (n) close sociological study of a maladjusted person or family for diagnosis and treatment

Usage(s):

  1. Service is more intense: it is a full-time commitment to do the most difficult public workspolicing, teaching, social casework.
  2. Topics include the nominees qualifications and previous casework.
  3. Service is more intense: it is a full-time commitment to do the most difficult public works policing, teaching, social casework.

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  1. Fox added: "They arrange my surgeries, they do some of my casework, and they do a huge amount of secretarial work which probably represents an underpayment for the amount of work they do."
    on May 26, 2009 By: Liam Fox Source: guardian.co.uk

  2. "Folks need to be able to meet one-one-one with a member of my staff every so often to discuss casework as well as the issues facing us in Southern Missouri," Emerson said in a statement released from her office. "The staff member in most...
    on Jun 4, 2008 By: Jo Ann Emerson Source: Daily Dunklin Democrat

  3. "The conceit of the casework was to create a temple of learning," says Bowdoin College of Art Director Kline. "It is an outstanding example of an 18th century form that you don't see very often-a superlative piece of early American furniture...
    on Sep 12, 2008 By: James Bowdoin III Source: Bowdoin News

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