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Similarities in Social Work's Epistemological Method and Posttraumatic Growth Conceptual Framework

change. "Indeed, a wound may heal, and the once-injured body part may become even stronger; therefore, a certain amount of stress...

Social Work Agencies

human element, therefore, is what makes social work agencies "social". The specifics of that human element and the tactics the so...

Social Justice and Social Work

In five pages this paper examines how social justice is the goal of the social work profession. Twelve sources are cited in the...

Social Stratification Importance to Society and the Field of Social Work

they are essentially from different worlds. To many in America today, political ideology is at the crux of how the poor and home...

Social Work and Concept of Systemic Thinking

them or modify their behaviour without interacting with them and using communication in various forms to gain knowledge....

Overview and Analysis of School Social Work

work closely with schools and community groups to promote understanding and communication. In Boston, the Womens Education Associa...

Rights, Empowerment, and Social Work Legislation

Rights The concept of human rights have been a part of discussions on ethics and the ethical treatment of many different populati...

Framework of the Social Work Process

last twenty years, it is still a good word to describe the framework in which a social worker works because it means "a systematic...

Establishing a Social Counseling Group

helps to explore the remedial model. What is it and why is it useful in counseling practice and social work? The history of the r...

Student Social Work Case Study Assessment

extent challenged when her cousin decided to get married. Up until that point, Ludmilla had created and lived a life where at leas...

Immigrant Social Workers and Domestic Violence Implications

result in stressful family conflicts over role expectations and individual behaviors" (Bhattacharya, 2002; p. 175). Acevedo...

Poverty and Social Work

The Charity Organization Society quickly became a model by which many other charitable organizations were modeled and developed (T...

Social Work Practice Theories Case Study

to herself and her son. Then she met a man whom she married. They had another child and her first born was essentially pushed a...

Social Work and Alcoholism

are the personal and societal costs. There is no way to predict which families will suffer from the direct and indirect impacts of...

Adoption and Social Work

drastic change in social work orientation as it presents a shift away from the previous paradigm, which placed a priority on famil...

Social Work Case Study Analysis

and relationships with others. This same psychodynamic theory will be useful in helping NE with her relationship with her daugh...

Social Work Requirements and Critical Practitioner Principles

sociological, psychological, medical or political situations which arise in the implementation of assessment of any service. Durin...

Social Work and Factors for Change

can draw conclusions as to their effects on human behavior. Some of those areas include community, family, substance addition, di...

Connection Between Social Work and Sociology

face. Social work, as a profession, attempts to identify the social and individual causes of problems people are facing and they t...

Social Work and Service User Rights

experience, in such a way as to determine the rules that ought to govern human conduct, the values worth pursuing and the characte...

Social Work and Erik Erikson's Psychosocial Development Model

1972). The rest of the stages, and their specific crisis, are as follows: the preschooler stage (years 3-5)-- initiative v. guilt;...

Article Analysis of Saleebey's 'The strengths perspective in social work practice extensions and cautions'

Nevertheless, Saleebey emphasizes that the strengths perspective does not endorse taking a "Pollyanna" approach to social problems...

Empowerment and Social Work

taken into account. This is itself mediates against the dogmatic and prescriptive approach to social work and towards a theoretica...

Case Study on Mental Health and Social Work

which are applicable to Lisas case, but also the ways in which they can best be enacted, given these constraints. One of the most ...

Poverty, Women, and Social Work

community solidarity which...provided a sufficient rational for local responsibility" (Trattner, 1999, p. 16). Furthermore, the po...

2 Essays on Social Work and the 'Worthy Poor'

(Trattner, 1999). Accordingly, leaders in the field of social work began to urge a pro-active stance toward the nations mounting p...

Hospital Social Work

evolving to meet the needs of contemporary society (Globerman, White and McDonald, 2002, p. 274). For example, the Department of S...

Social Work

studying social work. One author, in quoting a psychologist, notes the importance of this aspect of social work in the following: ...

Natalie: A Case Study Using the EBP Model in Social Work Practice

Natalie comes in for treatment at the request of her mother who fears that her daughter is using drugs. The social worker must est...

Social Work Practice Based Cognitive-Behavioral Theory

inasmuch as cognitive therapy distinctly addresses the spatial and temporal elements of human existence. Cognitive restructuring ...