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SOCWORK 1A06 Lecture 4: Social Work - Eugenics & Disability
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SOCWORK 1A06
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Chase Collver

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Wednesday, November 1, 2017 Social Work Professor C. Collver Lecture notes Experiences of Help: Eugenics & Disability Jeff Black Recap Paternalism Government legislation Child welfare and 60s scoops Millennium scoop Disproportionality 5% of the population, but 25% in care What does disproportionality indicate? What is a social problem? A sufficiently powerful population become aware of conditions it considers to be threatening to its well being Sets out to alter those conditions to reduce perceived threat > Social problems require Collective set of values > Social problems are complex social constructs Subjective, objective, and ideological Multiple definitions, interpretations, and solutions Common Elements Societal condition Significant Considered undesirable RectifiableComplexity VS Complicated Social problems are complex; Similarly defined Dynamic Experienced difficulty Interconnected Computers are complicated They all have same parts Can be replicated * Complex problems require complex solutions What IS a social problem? Experienced widely Not rooted in individuals Blaming people; Ignore context, ignore the root and miss the solution Choices People
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