• Anti Oppression Pcs Model
    presented with and therefore this is extremely oppressive and not empowering to the service user. Within the PCS model it is clear that in order to practice in an anti-sexist manner, social workers must challenge “dominant discriminatory attitudes, practices and structures” (Thompson, 2001) and highlight...
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  • Discrimination
    ) Thus, at the structural level, women are heavily segregated as mothers and carers. Thus, the PCS model bestows upon the practitioners the ability to comprehend the numerous ways in which individuals are affected across these levels. Also at the cultural level, PCS analysis (Thompson, 2006) points to...
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  • Equality and Diversity
    rights act. The Thompsons PCS model (Thompson PCS Model has helped me understand how attitudes and beliefs are influenced in the people we work with. This analysis is a way of explaining the different levels that discrimination and oppression operate. This explains how discrimination and oppression...
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  • Discrimination
    * Anti-Discriminatory Practice, Neil Thompson, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, pp. 208, ISBN 13 978 1 4039 2160 4, £17.99 First published in 1992, this is the fourth edition of Professor Thompson’s popular text on anti-discriminatory approaches to social work intervention. As the author...
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  • Power and Dominace
    This essay will talk on the definition of privilege and dominance, the application and importance of anti-oppressive practice and the theoretical frame work of Thompson’s Personal, Cultural and Structural (PCS) models of oppression, Burnham’s social ‘GRRAACCEESS’ and Fook’s Micro and Macro...
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  • Equal Opportunity
    little formal education, which includes reading and writing in their own language. Looking at the structure of oppression developed by Thompson (1993) called the PCS model. I can illustrate how oppression is occurring, because this model is used to ‘develop our understanding of discrimination and...
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  • Essay
    is bidirectional and manages to balance power issues. Anti-discriminatory practice (ADP), a term coined by Neil Thompson (Parrott, 2010) aims to eradicate discrimination from individual practice and challenge it in the practice of others. ADP is tied in with the law; it is illegal to discriminate...
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  • Mr E Morah
    ): Looking at the structure of oppression developed by Thompson (1993) called the PCS model. I can illustrate how oppression is occurring, because this model is used to 'develop our understanding of discrimination and the oppression that arises from it'. (Thompson,1998:12). It operates at three very separate...
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  • Equality and Diversity
    3 POLICIES & PROCEDURES AND CODES OF PRACTICE 4 Thompson's PCS Model 4 How does the PCS Model work? 4 Discriminations 6 What is direct discrimination? 6 What is indirect discrimination? 6 Marginalisation 7 LEGISLATIONS 7 Human Rights Act 1998 7 Equal Pay Acts 1970 and 1983 7...
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  • Safeguarding Adults: Enabling Adults in Vulnerable Circumstances.
    Exeo levels. Thompson (2006) simplifies the Macro, Micro and Exso factors in his PCS model, analysing how oppression can impact upon human development and influence the lives of service users. The model identifies three levels Personal/ Psychological, Cultural and Structural and further explains...
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  • Formative Assignment
    life. The CPN appeared judgemental, oppressive and discriminatory as he thought that Juliet was unable to make her own decisions. Thompson, (1993) in his PCS theory, noted that personal feelings, thoughts, attitudes and actions of an individual practitioner may affect their practice and may well lead...
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  • Discrimination and Empowerment in Social Work
    effects 4 per cent of the population while more common mental health disorder such as depression, effecting around 16 per cent of the population (Gould 2010). Thompson (2006) PCS( Personal Cultural and Structual )model is a tool used to understand how discrimination flows through and interacts...
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  • Case Study for Pc Industry
    distinct model of supply chain management, selling customized computers directly to customers to meet burgeoning PC demand. By using this innovative sales model, Dell became an industry and shareholders’ darling, a high-tech pioneer with seemingly limitless growth. Mergers and acquisitions: Thompson et...
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  • Vulnerability
    become vulnerable. It is important, in all professional circumstances that anti-oppressive practice is carried out. It is a way of working that is not biased, prejudice or unjust (Okitikpi and Aymer 2010). A model that is used to help prevent vulnerability and any kind of discrimination was...
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  • Valuing Diversity
    . During my working life I have worked with a diverse age group and had line managers who have been younger or older than I have, this has not really influenced on me as everyone has different experiences of life. Using Neil Thompson PCS Model in Anti Discrimination and Anti Oppression, as below...
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  • Principles
    childhood, community and society and are often by the time we reach adulthood”. Thompsons PCS Model is a theory involved with health and social care settings. This helps health and social care workers to understand how inequalities and discrimination feature in the social circumstances of people and in...
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  • External Analysis of Apple Inc
    factors. These are the factors that would guide management’s judgment regarding the company’s long-term direction, objectives, strategy, and business model (Gamble, Thompson, & Peteraf, 2011, p. 38). The graph below shows the microenvironments of the personal computer Industry that will be...
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  • Social Work Ethics
    : Participation in Social Work. Avebury. Aldershot. Thompson. N, (1997 2nd ed.): Anti-Discriminatory Practice. Macmillan. Houndmills Thompson. N, (1998):Promoting Equality. Routledge. London ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography...
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  • Highlight a Key Issue Facing Young People; Outline the Process That Could Be Undertaken to Include a Young Person's Involvement.
    impact that inappropriate language and behaviour in the form of bullying can have on those most vulnerable. To refer to the PCS model developed by Thompson (1993) we must challenge and eradicate discrimination from our own practice and challenge it in the practice of others. To continue with the model...
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  • what is strategy.....
    suppliers are wary of doing business with a company that engages in sleazy practices or that turns a blind eye to illegal or unethical behavior Thompson−Strickland−Gamble: Crafting and Executing Strategy: Concepts and Cases, 16th Edition 12 I. Concepts and Techniques for Crafting and...
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