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  • Practice
  • By providing a summary of professional knowledge needed for social work practice in a variety of topic areas, and leading students through guided experiences and workbook questions, the book offers numerous opportunities for students to gain a professional identity, integrate theory with practice, and acquire the core competencies needed for social work practice. (ecampus.com)
  • The foundation of the human services profession is explored by examining educational standards and professional requirements, its roots as a helping profession within the history of social welfare provision, its ethical standards, theoretical underpinnings, and the nature of the generalist practice model. (indigo.ca)
  • Ironical contexts can be seen when one singles out an everyday practice. (hifructose.com)
  • Chapter
  • Each chapter highlights Council on Social Work Education core competencies relevant to that chapter. (ecampus.com)
  • In chapter 3, titled "The Burden of the Feebleminded," Trent describes how "training schools" developed into asylums and custodial institutions at a time that intellectual disability started to be regarded as a social problem in the context of societal changes and economic challenges. (h-net.org)
  • different
  • Moreover, different disciplines involved in the elucidation and interpretation of meanings construe context indifferent ways. (ebay.com.au)
  • Angela Khaminwa, Program Officer for Outreach and Communication at The Coexistence Initiative, describes Starting Everywhere at Once, a project that seeks to address the problem of violence in Kenyan universities by engaging different stakeholders. (beyondintractability.org)
  • In Kansas City, the economic department teaches heterodox economics, which is a pluralistic approach to various different schools of thought, including Marxist, Post Keynesian, Institutional and social Economics. (carleton.edu)
  • In the following I will chart the use over time of the different prefixes attached to modernity in the Latin American context, with a special focus on Brazil. (e-flux.com)
  • Persons
  • Superintendents organized themselves into the Association of Medical Officers of American Institutions for the Idiotic and Feeble-Minded Persons and started to influence social reformers and state legislators in propagating a view of intellectual disability as a growing societal concern. (h-net.org)
  • Work
  • It may be Trent's training and teaching in social work that gives his work a foundation which values every human life and the right to self-determination. (h-net.org)
  • MyLab Helping Professions organizes all assignments around the CSWE EPAS for Social Work and CSHSE Standards for Human Services-enabling easy course alignment and reporting. (indigo.ca)
  • Dr. Martin has an MSW from the University of Illinois, Chicago, with an emphasis in school social work, a masters of social science in policy s. (indigo.ca)
  • In the context of U.S. alternative dispute resolution (ADR), facilitation (or group facilitation) is generally considered to be a process in which a neutral person helps a group work together more effectively. (beyondintractability.org)
  • science
  • The problem is, the science in Damore's memo is still very much in play, and his analysis of its implications is at best politically naive and at worst dangerous. (wired.com)
  • communication
  • In my experience mediators are required to be impartial facilitators who help create an opportunity for productive communication and problem solving. (beyondintractability.org)
  • The mediators are facilitators who channel the communication and keep the discourse focused on reasoned problem-solving, by, for example, preventing the disputants from speaking directly to each other and starting to argue or become emotional. (beyondintractability.org)
  • The first set of readings discusses communication in the context of relationships, examines relationships as a process of negotiation, and explores communication as a person-building process. (beyondintractability.org)
  • abuse
  • The problem of elder abuse is of increasing concern as in the coming decades unprecedented proportions of Australia's populations will be older: in 2050, just over a fifth of the population is projected to be over 65 and those aged 85 and over are projected to represent about 5% of the population. (aifs.gov.au)
  • This report provides a broad analysis of the issues raised by elder abuse in the Australian context. (aifs.gov.au)
  • events
  • The authors discuss the subjective nature of perception and the ways in which stereotypes structure perceptions of other individuals, of relationships, and of social events. (beyondintractability.org)
  • sciences
  • Statistical concepts and methods commonly used in treatment of data in the social sciences. (boisestate.edu)
  • In fact, the social sciences are rife with these kinds of disagreements, what sociologist Duncan Watts has called an "incoherency problem. (wired.com)
  • knowledge
  • The fifth area is a series of two courses where the student receives beginning level training in the application of his or her clinical knowledge and skills to specific client populations and their problems. (liunet.edu)