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Research on the Branding of Social Work Organizations: The Example of Q Service Center in H City

Siqing Huang

Abstract


With the continuous development of society, China attaches great importance to strengthening and innovating social governance, and the branding construction of social work organizations can gain the trust of social citizens, maintain a profound positive and professional image in the public mind, and even improve the credibility of the social work industry itself. A study on the branding path of Q service center in H city is conducted to propose countermeasures for the branding construction of social work organizations.

Keywords


Social Work Agency; Branding; Community

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v7i1.4117

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