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The social work experience : an introduction to social work and social welfare

Author: Mary Ann Suppes; Carolyn Cressy Wells
Publisher: Boston : Pearson Allyn & Bacon, ©2009.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Ann Suppes; Carolyn Cressy Wells
ISBN: 9780205569397 0205569390
OCLC Number: 190620360
Description: xxv, 614 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine derived contents note: Contents --
Part One --
Social Work and Its Context --
1. The Social Work Profession --
Susan Dunn --
Social Work: A Unique Profession --
Professional Social Workers --
Generalist BSW Social Workers --
The Expertise of the BSW Social Worker --
The Baccalaureate Social Work Curriculum: How Expertise Evolves --
Advanced Practice: Social Workers with MSW and PhD Degrees --
The Social Work Practice Environment --
Social Work Professional Roles --
Selecting a Career in Social Work --
Pamela Wright --
Alan Martin --
Madeleine Johnson --
Education and the Social Work Career Ladder --
Employment Opportunities --
A Research Question: Where Do Social Work College Graduates Find Jobs? --
Employment Patterns for MSWs --
Salaries and Demand for Social Workers --
Future Employment Opportunities --
Legal Regulation of the Profession --
State Licensure and Certification --
NASW Certification of Professional Achievement --
Professional Social Work Organizations --
The National Association of Social Workers --
The Council on Social Work Education --
The National Association of Black Social Workers --
Other Professional Organizations --
International Social Work Organizations --
Comparing Related Occupations --
Sociology --
Psychology --
Counseling --
Marriage and Family Therapy --
Psychiatry --
Human Services --
How Professions Relate --
History of Social Work: Linkage to Social Justice --
Internet Sites --
Summary --
Key Terms --
Discussion Questions --
Classroom Exercises --
Research Activities --
Internet Research Exercises --
References --
For Further Reading --
2. Theoretical Perspectives For Social Workers --
The Several Roles of Stephanie Hermann, BSW --
Brockton Manor --
Sandra McLean: The Effects of Institutionalization --
Ongoing Challenges of Community Placement --
Social Work and Systems Theory --
The Ecosystems Perspective --
The Generalist Approach --
Levels of Intervention --
Global, Environmental, and Spiritual Considerations --
The Intervention Process --
Values and Ethics and Human Diversity --
Social Justice and Populations at Risk --
The Strengths Perspective: Resilience and Empowerment --
Political Perspectives --
The Political Spectrum --
Conservative Perspectives --
Classical Conservatism versus Neoconservatism --
Liberal or Progressive Perspectives --
Neoliberalism --
Radical Perspectives --
The Political Spectrum and Social Welfare Policy --
Internet Sites --
Summary --
Key Terms --
Discussion Questions --
Classroom Exercises --
Research Activities --
Internet Research Exercises --
References --
For Further Research --
3. Social Justice And Social Welfare Policy --
Part I. Social Justice: A Growing Concern --
Juanita Chavez --
Social Justice, Poverty, and Populations at Risk --
Social and Economic Justice --
The Impact of Poverty --
Populations at Risk --
Children --
. Women --
Older Adults --
Racial and Ethnic Minority Groups --
People with Disabilities --
Gay and Lesbian Persons --
Potent Forms of Discrimination in the United States --
Racism --
Sexism --
Ageism --
Heterosexism and Homophobia --
Part Ii. Social Welfare Policy: A Societal Response To Social --
Justice Issues --
Social Welfare Policy and Social Justice --
Social Welfare Policy in the Old World --
Social Welfare Concepts: Residual versus Institutional --
Old-World Historical Roots --
The Elizabethan Poor Law and the Act of Settlement --
New Concepts in Poor Law --
Poor Relief in the United States --
Values --
The Charity Organization Society and the Settlement House Movement. --
Social Welfare in the United States in the 20th Century --
The Progressive Years, 1900-1930 --
Federal Initiatives, 1930-1968 --
Cutting Back the Welfare State, 1968 to the Present --
Welfare Reform --
Social Welfare Policy in the Twenty-First Century --
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families --
The Working Poor and the Earned Income Tax Credit --
Privatization --
The Faith-Based Trend --
Social Justice Issues in the Twenty-First Century --
Poverty Programs that Maintain Poverty --
Poverty Line --
Determination Method --
Poverty and the Minimum Wage --
Affirmative Action Policies: Under Attack --
Social Policy and the Growing Gap between Rich and Poor --
Health Insurance Accessibility --
Administrative Barriers to Aid --
An International Perspective --
Sweden --
Japan --
Progress of Social Justice --
NASW Welfare Reform: Principles and Ongoing Human Rights Efforts --
Internet Sites --
Summary --
Key Terms --
Discussion Questions --
Classroom Exercises --
Research Activities --
Internet Research Exercises --
References --
For Further Reading --
Part Two --
Professional Practice Settings --
4. Family And Children'S Services --
LaTanya Tracy --
Challenges of African American Families: a Brief History --
Historical Perspectives on Family and Children's Services --
The Child Welfare Movement and Protective Services Programs. --
Children's Rights as International Law --
Services and Their Providers: A Continuum of Care --
Least Restrictive Environment --
In-Home Services --
Out-of-Home Services --
Client Self-Determination and Professional Decision Making --
Women, Children, and Ethnic Minority Groups: Populations-at-Risk --
Reproductive Rights and Single Parenting --
Ecological Issues --
Gay and Lesbian Families --
Multiracial Families --
Immigrant Families --
Diverse Family Structures and Social Work's Ethic of Cultural Competence --
Spiritual Concerns --
Family Policy, Domestic and International: Research Raises Questions --
How Family-Friendly is the American Workplace? --
Family Issues around the World --
Current Trends in the United States --
Internet Sites --
Summary --
Key Terms --
Discussion Questions --
Classroom Exercises --
Research Activities --
Internet Research Exercises --
References --
For Further Reading --
5. Social Work In Mental Health --
David Deerinwater --
Knowledge, Values, and Skills for Mental Health Work --
Areas of Responsibility: Knowledge and Skill --
Values and Integrity --
Specific Knowledge Base for Mental Health --
Generalist Practice with Groups and Communities --
Working with Groups in Mental Health --
Community Practice --
Generalist Practice in Case Management --
Social Workers Respond to Disaster: Dealing with Psychological Trauma --
Acute Traumatic Stress --
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder --
Social Justice Issues in the Mental Health Field --
Environmental Perspectives on Mental Health --
Practice with Diverse Populations --
Native American History: The Cherokee Experience --
Mental Health Policy and Social Work Practice: Historical Perspectives --
Gradual Enlightenment --
A Courageous Researcher and Reformer: Dorothea Dix --
The Past 100 Years --
The Social Work Profession Emerges --
Evolving Social Policy Impacts Service in Mental Health --
Mental Health Parity Legislation --
Policy and Practice: Future Issues --
Internet Sites --
Summary --
Key Terms --
Discussion Questions --
Classroom Exercises --
Research Activities --
Internet Research Exercises --
References --
For Further Reading --
Chapter 6 Social Work In Health Care --
Katherine Lewandowski --
Applying Generalist Practice Theory to Health Care --
Starting with the Liberal Arts Base of Social Work Education --
Values and Ethics --
Focusing on the Community and Populations-at-Risk --
Preparing to Practice in Health Care --
Health Care Services --
Acute Care --
Long-Term Care --
Home Health Care --
Insurance Corporations --
Hospice and Palliative Care --
Emergency Room: Trauma and Crisis Amidst Human Diversity --
Health Care in Rural Areas --
Environmental Issues --
Social Justice and Health: Global Perspectives --
Historical Perspectives --
Early History: Caring for the Poor and Sick --
Origins of Health Care Social Work --
The Emergence of Health Care Social Work in the United States --
Social Policy: Politics and Economics in Health Care --
Medicare --
Medicaid --
Financing Health Care --
Health Care Reform --
Future Trends for Social Workers --
Internet Sites --
Summary --
Key Terms --
Discussion Questions --
Classroom Exercises --
Research Activities --
Internet Research Exercises --
References --
For Further Reading --
7. Social Work In The Schools --
Lisa and Loretta Santiago, Children-at-risk --
People of Latino or Hispanic Heritage: a Brief History --
History of Social Work in the Schools --
Early Years --
Middle Period --
Recent Times --
Social Work Roles in the Schools --
Working with Individuals --
Family Work --
Group Work --
Working with Organizations and Communities --
Teamwork --
School-Linked --
Integrated Services --
The Impact of Cultural Diversity in the Schools --
Alternative Schools and Charter Schools --
Involvement in Special Education --
Educational Evaluations as Applied Research --
School Social Work with Other Special-Needs Children: The Ordeal of Two Gay --
Brothers --
Social Work Values in the School Setting: Policy Implications --
The Santiago Sisters --
The Larkin Case --
Violence in the Schools --
Sexuality and Teen Pregnancy: Environmental Factors --
No Child Left Behind --
Teen Dropout Rates --
Spiritual Development and Empowerment --
An International Comparison: School Social Work in Ghana --
Current Trends --
Internet Sites --
Summary --
Key Terms --
Discussion Questions --
Classroom Exercises --
Research Activities --
Internet Research Exercises --
References --
For Further Reading --
8. Substance Abuse Services --
Dan Graves --
The Profession's History in the Substance Abuse Field --
Mary Richmond: An Early Lea.
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