"Social work" Essays and Research Papers

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    What have I learned from Social Work? A little knowledge that acts is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle. - Kahil Gibran Social work has offered me the tools to work with communities and individuals through the process of change. By standing with (beside and behind) those with whom I work‚ I can offer insight‚ support and advocacy to communities who hope to build the frameworks for change. Social Work has taught me about the systems that inform and structure peoples

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    understanding of the different theories relating to Social Work. And last but not least I would like to express my gratitude to my friends and especially my family for the time they lent me and for guidance and understanding of the importance of this project. Thank you all. INTRODUCTION According to the National Association of Social Workers Board of Director‚ “Social Work is the professional activity of helping individuals

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    British Journal of Social Work (2003) 33‚ 87–106 The Social Work Assessment of Parenting: An Exploration Johanna Woodcock Johanna Woodcock is Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Plymouth. Correspondence to Johanna Woodcock‚ Department of Social Policy and Social Work‚ University of Plymouth‚ Drake Circus‚ Plymouth PL4 8AA‚ UK. Summary The significance of parenting in the conduct of child-care practice is apparent in a range of legal and policy documents emanating from

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    In this essay I will discuss how I feel that I have developed personally and professionally as a social work student during the first level of the degree course. I will do this through examination of reflective accounts recorded during the placement learning opportunity. I believe that the use of reflection has been very significant in enhancing my personal skills and learning about my own values. I also believe that the course has instilled me with more self awareness and has given me a better

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  • On Social Theory In Social Work

    On Social Theory In Social Work We know where we have been‚ where we are now and where we need to go - but how do we get there? A map. Theory is a map. It notes any number of known landmarks (previously achieved or applied solutions) and obstacles (issues or problems) and gives us direction so that we are able to navigate intelligently and arrive safely (minimal discomfort to all) at our destination (desired outcome/s). Theory is an attempt to explain the unexplained‚ to give title to the untitled

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  • Social Issues In Social Work

    In particular‚ sexual violence and sexual health disparities are serious and complex public health problems I am committed to addressing in my social work career. There are many ways to combat this problem‚ and the social work field allows for intensive and necessary research‚ which can then be put into practice‚ intervention‚ supervision‚ and evaluation. I believe that a deep theoretical analysis of race‚ gender‚ class‚ sexuality and

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    SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK: SWK 1206-N02 May 20th – July 17th 2014 Meeting Day and Time: Tuesday and Thursday – 10am-11:50am Building 12‚ Room 375 Instructor: Nkechi Green MSW‚ LMSW Email: nkechi.green@sinclair.edu or Angel Department Website: www.sinclair.edu/departments/soc Department phone: Administrative Assistant 512-2944 Text: Social Work‚ an Empowering Profession‚ 8th. Ed. DuBuois‚ B. and Miley‚ K (2011)‚ Allyn & Bacon Composition

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    that enable oppressed people to change themselves and social conditions What Does AOP Look Like? Counteracting the damaging effects of oppression Building individual and community strengths to counteract oppression Building strengths of individuals/ groups to analyze oppressive conditions‚ reclaim identities‚ change social and psychological patterns associated with oppression How Does AOP Differ From Mainstream Social Work? social‚ cultural economic & political systems reproduce injustice

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  • Social Work Management and Its Relevance to the Social Work Profession

    SOCIAL WORK MANAGEMENT AND ITS RELEVANCE TO THE SOCIAL WORK PROFFESSION LAUREN DA SILVA Introduction. ...........................................................................................................4 The social work profession ........................................................................................5 {text:list-item} {text:list-item} {text:list-item} {text:list-item} Definition of management.......................

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  • social work perspectives

    corporate social work responsibility Organization - ghj previous experience- 2 yrs salary- 30000 How social work education helped / helping you in his/her job? Since I work as a research assistant I don’t often use the theories. The only method which I use is research. But the social work education has helped me in getting this job. Because of my education I have an in-depth knowledge about research and it motivates me to work on exciting topics. The experience of applying social work principles

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