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SOCWK321R Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Black Canadians, European Canadian, Social Stigma
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SOCWK 321 - Lecture 3 - Diversity and Families Social Class and Family Life social class: multiple rls to economic and social phenomenon (race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, geography,...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK321R
John Boyd
SOCWK321R Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Genogram
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SOCWK 321 - Lecture 5 - Family Data Collection and Assessment Multicontextual Framework model of couple and fam. assessment to assist clinicians guide to clinical thinking regarding assessment and intervent...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK321R
John Boyd
SOCWK301R Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Intersectionality
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SOCWK 301 - Lecture 10 - Diversity and Social Work Practice with Inds., Families, and Groups Multidimensional Contextual Practice (MCP) Approach foundation of MCP: multidimensionality, multiple identities/experie...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK301R
Arshi Shaikh
SOCWK301R Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Universal Design, Social Constructionism, Ableism
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SOCWK 301 - Lecture 8 - Disability Defining Disability covers impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions persons ability/disability at any given point in time is dependent on their ag...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK301R
Arshi Shaikh
SOCWK301R Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Christian Ethics, Canadian Multiculturalism Act, English Canadian
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SOCWK 301 - Lecture 7 - Religious Diversity Introduction religion: significant part of peoples identity and sense of self Why Study Religion/Diversity? provides understanding of how we have developed a...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK301R
Arshi Shaikh
SOCWK301R Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Intersectionality, Social Inequality
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SOCWK 301 - Lecture 4 - Social Class and Stratification Social Inequality refers to unequal distribution of tangible/intangible goods or services to inds. or groups in society it is about the varying...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK301R
Arshi Shaikh
SOCWK301R Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cultural Imperialism, Internalized Oppression, Oceanic Feeling
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SOCWK 301 - Lecture 3 - Diversity and Oppression Power ones ability to exercise control over people, situations, and systems even in the face of adversity, might be exercised b/w two individuals or more th...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK301R
Arshi Shaikh
SOCWK301R Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Socioeconomic Status, Intersectionality, Cisgender
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SOCWK 301 - Lecture 2 - Self and Others Introduction tool/instrument used by social workers in order to perform professional tasks: themself, act as the instruments of change - create a helping...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK301R
Arshi Shaikh
SOCWK301R Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Capital
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SOCWK 301 - Lecture 1 - Meaning of Diversity Concept of Diversity diversity: differences among human beings - used interchangeably with culture which limits diversity to notions of race touches ...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK301R
Arshi Shaikh
SOCWK 221R Lecture 6: Basic Skills for Group Leaders
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SOCWK 221R - Lecture 6 - Basic Skills for Group Leaders Specific Leadership Skills ● Active Listening - paraphrasing, summarizing, asking questions, - pick up what people are thinking an...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK221R
Jon Boyd
SOCWK 220R Lecture 2: Strengths Approach
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SOCWK 220R - Strengths Approach Strengths Perspective ● using strengths to solve one’s problem What Strengths Are? ● talents, competencies, personal traits/qualities ● what client has learned about se...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK220R
Staff
SOCWK220R Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Genogram, Intercultural Competence
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SOCWK 220R - Lecture 3 - Biopsychosocial Dimensions, Mapping, Strengths Approach, Common Factors Biopsychosocial Dimensions ● Biological: hereditary predispositions - health, physical ability ...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK220R
Staff
SOCWK220R Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Client Confidentiality, Ecological Systems Theory
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SOCWK 220R - Lecture 2 - Generalist-Eclectic Approach, Guiding Principles, Ethics Rationale for a Generalist-Eclectic Approach to Direct Social Work Practice ● Major elements of Generalist-Eclectic: a person in e...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK220R
Staff
SOCWK221R Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Active Listening, Abalone, Sweat Lodge
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find more resources at oneclass.com SOCWK 221R - Lecture 1 - Circle of Healing Introduction ● aboriginal communities = use healing circles/talking circles/sharing circles to provide group support ● ...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK221R
Jon Boyd
SOCWK220R Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Respect Diversity, Scientific Method, Community Practice
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SOCWK 220R - Lecture 1 - Code of Ethics & Social Work as a Developing Profession Code of Ethics (2005) Core Social Work Values and Principles ● value 1: respect for inherent dignity and worth of persons ...

Social Work (Social Development Studies)
SOCWK220R
Staff

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