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SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Child Neglect, Physical Abuse

1) Culturaltraditional decision making, individuals and the social worker follow community or cultural based models to develop a plan for the childs safety and resolve disagreements (aboriginal elders,) 2) signs of safety,...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture 5: chapter 5 part 1

chapter 5 social work and child welfare in Canada child welfare system, - Child welfare focuses on making sure children and youth are in a safe and stable environment. The child welfare system is known for removing childre...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Evidence-Based Practice, Active Listening, Group Dynamics

Chapter 4. Individual groups and individuals Evidence based practice: the process in which practitioner combines wellresearched interventions. Evidence based practice is designed to have the best possible outcome for an in...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Consensus Decision-Making, Anti-Globalization Movement, Social Actions

Focusing on process: process is critical in group work, but often gets overlooked when facilitators become too engaged in the content of the discussion, while the content may be interesting and important its frequently the...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ecological Systems Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy

Chapter 3 Ecological approach - Places the individual within a series of interdependent relationships, this theory is based on the concept of an ecosystem in nature in which every organism is affected by and...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Sex Reassignment Surgery, Kinsey Reports, Sexology

chapter 12 work and sexual and gender diversity sexology: is a field of study that classified sexual desire and gender identity Sexology, is the scientific study of human sexuality, including human sexual interests, behavi...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Visible Minority, Black Canadians, Japanese Canadians

Chapter 10 racialized Canadian and immigrants find new ways to help raise and welcome new Canadians. -47% Muslim women hate crime in Canada in 2012, my be because of head covering. Racism: the believe that ther...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Elder Abuse, Ageism, Psychological Abuse

chapter 11 social work with older Canadians by 2021 almost 7 million Canadians will be over the age of 64, in 2041 there will be over nine million older adult, 25 of the population understanding a populations age composit...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sheshatshiu, Conne River, Davis Inlet

Chapter 9 social work and indigenous people Indigenous peoples in Canada comprise 4.3 percent of Canadas total population. -they represent 25% of inmates in federal prisons. -A 2013 study by the Canadian Centre fo...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture 8: scwk 8

Social work with women in Canada first wave (18401920) Temperance movement: focused on probation of alcohol because of its effects on the male breadwinners and therefore on women and children Missionary and charitable acti...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Interpersonal Relationship, Substance Abuse, Heredity

Chapter 7 meatal health and social work practice. Mental health, at one end if the continuum is mental wellness, mental wellness exists where there is a reasonable balance in all aspects of life, physical, intellectual, so...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman
SCWK 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Medical Social Work, Pharmaceutical Industry, Palliative Care

Chapter 6 social work and the health of Canadians Universal public health care: is a system all Canadians know and benefit from today. arguably the best health care system in the world. Prior to the late 1940s, before the ...

Social Work
SCWK 1710
Gail Wideman

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