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UWSOCWK120RSantiago GrandeFall

SOCWK120R Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Indian Register, Indian Act, First Nations

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Aboriginals peoples in canada comprise 4 to 5 percent of canada"s. Many endure conditions found only in the poorest counties of the world: includes the
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UWSOCWK120RCraig FortierFall

SOCWK120R Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Charity Organization Society, Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit, Medicine Wheel

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Part one: chapter one historical foundations of addressing need: indigenous, Social welfare: an organized system in which individuals and families can
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UWSOCWK120RTom BrennerWinter

SOCWK120R Chapter 1: Untitleddocument.docx

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UWSOCWK120RCraig FortierFall

SOCWK120R Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Task Force, Treatment And Control Groups, Psychoeducation

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Chapter 6, social work with groups and communities. Group that focuses primarily on socio-emotive or behavioural needs of participants. Group that focu
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UWSOCWK120RTom BrennerWinter

SOCWK120R Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Money Supply, Monetarism, Social Union Framework Agreement

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UWSOCWK120RSantiago GrandeFall

SOCWK120R Chapter 9: Social Work and the Health of Canadians (Chapter 9)

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Social workers play a key role in the provision of health services. Health and inequality terms of health and well being. Health gap: the growing diffe
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UWSOCWK120RSantiago GrandeFall

SOCWK120R Chapter 7: Social Works with Groups and Communities (Chapter 7)

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Skills used in group practice are often important for work with communities, they offer strategies for helping a collective of people develop trust and
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UWSOCWK120RTom BrennerWinter

SOCWK120R Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Organization Development, Conflict Resolution, Opencable Application Platform

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Group work can be defined as assisting a collections of people who are dealing generally with a similar problem or issue. Groups can be peers, a family
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UWSOCWK120RSantiago GrandeFall

SOCWK120R Chapter 8: Social Work with Children and Youth (Chapter 8)

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Governments and non-profit agencies are responsible for providing a range of indispensable services to children and families. Child welfare is a major
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UWSOCWK120RTom BrennerWinter

SOCWK120R Chapter 5: Untitleddocument (3).docx

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There has been a tremendous increase in the number of practicing social workers and social service workers over the past 50 year. This reflects not onl
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UWSOCWK120RTom BrennerWinter

SOCWK120R Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Toronto Humane Society, Health Canada

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The cecw encourages collaborative projects that integrate preventions across a variety of sectors. The centre"s four main functions are fostering resea
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UWSOCWK120RCraig FortierFall

SOCWK120R Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: B. F. Skinner, Postmodern Feminism, Marxist Feminism

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When a social worker is constantly referring to one theory no matter what. Power and politics in social work theory- doesn"t seem necessary. Theory bas
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