Applying Change, Leadership, and Advocacy Theories to Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Populations
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...advocacy in social work. Accessible at: http://www.sagepub.com/upm-data/58102_Dalrymple_&_Boylan.pdf.... Applying Change, Leadership, and Advocacy Theories to Foster Care Applying Change, Leadership, and Advocacy Theories to Foster Care Foster care has for long been a weighty discussion in the American population. Children join foster care due to their parents’ inability to provide for them. This failure to provide for children usually arises out of poverty, incarcerated parents, substance abuse, and domestic violence (Chipungu and Bent-Goodley, 2004). As a result of this, children as forced to join a pseudo family set-up. The foster family orientation is not...
Philosophy of Social Work
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...social work: Pursuing social justice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN: 9780761930242. Friedman, M.B., (2010). ‘Social work and social justice: The challenge of political pluralism’. Advocacy in Social Work. Retrieved September 12, 2011 from http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssw/ocit/media/mediafiles/Social_Work_and_Social_Justice.pdf Johnson, M., & Austin, M. J. (2005). Evidence-based... Philosophy of Social Work: The Child Welfare System Philosophy of Social Work: The Child Welfare System The importance of social work in the society cannot be overstated. Social work entails providing hope mostly to women and children, the mentally ill and generally the uninformed individuals in the society among...
SOCIAL WORKER: Advocacy for Social and Economic Justice
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...Advocacy for Social and Economic Justice: Sexual Abuse and Trauma Describe the social or economic issue in the case study, explaining how this issue influences the subject(s) of the case study Sexual abuse is among the most dehumanizing events that a person can encounter in life. The situation even gets complicated when it happens to a child. When a child is sexually abused, they become withdrawn, timid, and traumatized. Since it is committed without the victims consent, it strips them off their individuality and makes the victims feel like worthless objects. Moreover, the emotional pain becomes worse when one tries to report a sexual...
Social work
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...social workers, cultural diversity assesses their capability to care for service users, and demonstrate that they are both professionally proficient and culturally competent (Cross, Bazron, Dennis, & Isaacs 1989). Diverse Workforce Advocacy and support for a diverse workforce is an integral element of cultural competency in health and human services work. To become culturally competent, social workers should promote recruitment, hiring as well as retention efforts... ? Cultural Competence in Social Work Introduction In the United s, cultural competence is a significant element in the provision of health and human services, particularly due to the steadily increasing diversity in large urban centers as...
Nursing Advocacy
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...advocacy: An examination of the role of child and youth advocates in England and Wales. Journal of Social Work, 4(2), 179-197. Davenport-Ennis, N., Cover, M., Ades, T. B., & Stovall, E. (2002). An analysis of advocacy: A collaborative essay. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 18(4), 290-296. Estabrooks, C. A., Midodzi, W. K., Cummings, G. G., Ricker, K. L., & Giovannetti, P. (2005). The impact of hospital nursing characteristics on 30 day mortality. Nursing Research, 54(2), 74-84. Evans, G. L. (1999). The ethical and legal implications surrounding the concept of advocacy. Assignment: Ongoing Work of Healthcare Students, 5(1), 3-10. Falk-Rafael, A. (2005). Speaking truth... Introduction The origin of advocacy...
Social Work
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...Social Work, June, (5). pp 161 - 186 Moon, S. S. & DeWeaver, K. L., 2005. Electronic Advocacy and Social Welfare Policy Education. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, Volume 25, Numbers 1-2. pp. 57-68 Office of Public Sector Information, 2008. Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000. [Online]. Available at < http://www.legislation.gov.uk/acts/acts2000/ukpga_20000035_en_1> (OPSI) [accessed 11 February 2008] Ortner, S., 2006. Anthropology and Social Theory: Culture, Power, and the Acting Subject, New Ed edition. Duke University Press Sakamoto, I. & Pitner, R. O. , 2005. Use of Critical Consciousness in Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice: Disentangling Power Dynamics... Introduction In recent years, there has...
Social work
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...Social work Social Work Question 2-Liberal and Conservative Approaches There are various approaches that can be employed in the field of social work. Of the approaches, the most common perspectives include the conservative, as well as the liberal approach. Based on the conservative approach, there is advocacy for the provision of welfare services to people who are not in a position to provide for their needs. According to conservatives, there is no need to support programs that advocate for people’s entitlement to some basic needs, especially with regard to the provision...
Social Work
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...social work may conflict with that of advocacy. In addition, social workers may also inform service users about their rights under the Disability Discriminatory Act 1995/2005 and be able to challenge discrimination. Not only do social workers need to advocate for service users but also to empower them to fight discrimination. Dominelli et al (2005, p.180) states that, “we need to talk about replacing old stereo types with genuine knew messages not illness and incompetence, not violence, but contribution and opportunity” The issue of empowerment can assist service users in making their own decisions. The term empowerment is a contentious issue and is about the relationship of trust... ?[Type the company...
Social work
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...social workers while treating disabled people. In this respect, communication is important to the process of assessment. As per Adams the process of empowerment is propelled by self advocacy, “where the worker seeks to enhance the person’s access to services by consciousness raising, by user-led practice and by reflective practice, which looks at current practice and reformulates goals and methods of working….This can be especially informative and facilitative as a form of counseling to improve confidence.” (Cooper, 200, p. 19) However the author identifies between needs-led and service-led provision. In the first case, the empowerment of the user actually... Social Work  Report The paper deals with a...
Ethical Framework: Social Work
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...Social work also applies to a specific community in a risky situation such as armed conflict and natural disaster. To improve their quality of life, social work teaches and promotes the importance to conduct interventions in practicable applications to help resolve the social problems of the sensitive populace such as poverty, hunger and rights violations. Interventions can be done through many different means such as community organizing, policy-advocacy, counseling and education-awareness and the likes (Robison, 2002). A compilation of concepts and ideas, theoretical frameworks are like maps and compass – a set of guidelines... ETHICAL FRAMEWORK: SOCIAL WORK [YOUR SCHOOL] This paper aspires to develop ...
Advocacy Project
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...Advocacy Project The effects of cigarette smoking have raised concerns among the contemporary society. With the development in technology, the exposure of tobacco products has increased significantly. This has made the product appeal to the younger age brackets hence, encourage the use of tobacco among this group. It is essential for the relevant stakeholders to ensure that this trend is checked. Through the employment of various sensitizing campaigns, the detrimental effects of cigarette smoking are being revealed to the youth. PSA has been proactive in voicing several issues of social relevance. With the increase of cancer cases among the population,...
Advocacy Role in Anthropology
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...ADVOCACY ROLE IN ANTHROPOLOGY Advocacy Role in Anthropology Insert Insert Grade Insert 26 August Advocacy Role in Anthropology Involvement in development and other social activities has become part of anthropologist’s fieldwork life. In this way majority of anthropologists have ‘refused’ to stand apart from the subjects of study and instead anthropologists are accepting some form of involvement with people especially among those they work with (Gardner and Lewis p.48). Participation by anthropologists may be in form of helping in various ways with local problems. Other anthropologists have been involved in community in other ways such as providing resources to the community. Further... Running head:...
Advocacy roles in professional nursing
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...work environment, collaboration, and communication. Self confidence refers to the inner feelings about an individual’s image and research studies have identified to the major facilitating factor in nursing advocacy. A confident nurse has a very likelihood of accepting advocacy roles in a healthcare setting. Most of the nurses are motivated by emotions and beliefs and end up advocating for a patient because of sympathy or empathy (Hanks, 2007). In most cases, a nurse usually advocates for a patient that he or she feels is very vulnerable. The nurse ends up as an advocate for the patient of the feeling that it is a moral obligation to assist the weak. A nurse’s working... ? Advocacy Roles in Professional...
Patient Advocacy Concept
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...advocacy denotes that role of policymakers, legitimate professionals and advocates who work to enhance health care for patients marginalized and oppressed by social and cultural stigmatizing diseases like HIV. Similarly, given the multiple contexts in which patient advocacy concept is applied, studies can aid advocates better explore the concept, a task vital for enhancing both applied and professional efforts to enhance the quality of health care, (Berns & Newberry 2000). Patient advocacy ensures that issues and concerns of patients and their families are communicated and addressed... ? PATIENT ADVOCACY CONCEPT Patient advocacy concept Introduction The term advocacy appears more often in nursing, but...
Contemporary Social Work
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...Social Work Social work can have several definitions based on the nature of work being done and the role of the individual or organization performing social work. Conventionally, it is considered to be an organized effort to help people in need (Wikipedia, 2006). This is particularly important when we consider cases like disaster response, refugee support and relief required by countries suffering from war, famine, international peace intervention and other contemporary issues (Macdonald, et. al. 1992). While philanthropy, charity and the desire to help others have figured prominently in our culture, the earliest records of social work being done in an organized fashion come... from the...
Mental Health and Social Work
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...Social workers are sometimes limited to providing advocacy in the situation involving child care services when a service worker cannot care for their child effectively. This reduces overall effectiveness of social workers in the advocacy role. However, there is intervention available with benefits agencies for the service user. When it has been identified that a mental health patient sustains severe manic depression, the social worker can work directly with banking systems or credit card companies on behalf of the service user. This provides financially-based assistance during this period of mental health crisis. Further, there are more limitations if the service user lodges a formal... ? Mental health...
Social Justice and Advocacy
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...Social justice and advocacy Social justice and advocacy Societies are engulfed in various issues that affectpeople’s wellbeing in various ways, specifically psychologically, economically and socially. As societies increasingly become modernized, these issues also become complex, requiring sophisticated remedies. Counseling has been useful in helping people cope with some of these issues. Previously, counselors only focused on counseling and helping their clients handle issues they faced. However, with time, they realized that it was equally important to find strategies of preventing the issues from recurring in future. With this realization, counseling joined hands with advocates. This paper...
Concept Analysis Paper on Nursing Advocacy
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...advocacy role. The approach was selected for the study because patient advocacy takes place in a complex workplace relationship and social context. The sample consisted of 24 nurses (staff nurses, head nurses and supervisors) working in a large university hospital in Tehran. Eighteen nurses, 3 head nurses and 3 supervisors were interviewed. The participants' age ranged from 23 to 50 with an average of 33.45. Nursing practice experiences ranged from 1 to 26 years with a mean of 10.59 years. Twenty-three of participants had BS degree in nursing, and one participant had MS degree in physiology. Twenty-one of participants were female and three were male. All the nurses... CONCEPT ANALYSIS: NURSING ADVOCACY...
Community Development & Social Work
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...social aspects that affect the lives of the people in that community. OW with his participation on community based activities focused on the goal of upholding the health, safety and best interests of the people and at the same time valuing their self reliance. Focusing on the goal of improving the present conditions of the community, OW supports the advocacy of augmenting the living standards of the people (UNESCO 1950). Integrating community and social work may contribute to the improvement of life, equal opportunities and upholding human rights. It also... ?This part presents the arguments for and against the integration of social work and community work. As part of the discussion, it is important to...
Learning about Consulting and Advocacy
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...social counselor is supposed to play as a social advocate. This is because the consultation for the professional counselor would involve acting on behalf of the client in this case the child through active interaction with another person to realize a positive welfare to the child. One similarity between consultants and social advocates is that they both use basic skills to achieve their desired results in advocacy and consulting work. It is also important to note that both consultants and social advocates... ? Consultation and Social Justice Advocacy Consultation and Social Justice Advocacy Introduction Social justice in counseling is a multifaceted approach for persons in the counseling field to promote ...
Community development & social work
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...social aspects that affect the lives of the people in that community. OW with his participation on community based activities focused on the goal of upholding the health, safety and best interests of the people and at the same time valuing their self reliance. Focusing on the goal of improving the present conditions of the community, OW supports the advocacy of augmenting the living standards of the people (UNESCO 1950). Integrating community and social work may contribute to the improvement of life, equal opportunities and upholding human rights... This part presents the arguments for and against the integration of social work and community work. As part of the discussion, it is important to understand ...
Social Work & Disability
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...advocacy, research, and many other spheres. There is no doubt that the antidiscrimination policies against disabled persons are a product of these social workers. However, despite the enormous effort put in place by social work organization, families and carers of disabled persons still contend with a myriad of challenges. This report presents the impacts of disability cases on family and carers as well as analyzes the role of social workers in helping the families and carers. Methodology The case study of Mr. Shanono informed the search strategy for relevant data. This exercise relied on secondary data as its primary source of information. Information for this study... Social Work and Disability Task...
Social Work Ethics
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...Social work mainly focuses on the powerless people, the disadvantaged, and the vulnerable members of the society as well as offenders. These groups of people include families, children and the young people alike. A social worker is hence a person who has very delicate matters at hand and serves people with special needs in the community. It is expected that the social worker promotes and creates awareness on the rights of such people, protects them whenever necessary against harassment and exploitation, and also addresses the effects and causes of offensive behaviour by the respective offenders. Social workers during their course of duty works with families, individuals and various... Introduction...
Social work and human services
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...social work issues. The human services workers handle these services through the community, advocacy, activism, research, case management in addition to utilizing social policies already in place (Lyons, 2001). Learning six: Is social work social control? I have come to learn that social work is part of the human services as the social workers are the ones who foster relationships with the individuals through offering them social arrangements that are meant to better improve their lives. Research by...
Counselor advocacy through legislative influence
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...advocacy as a political process undertaken by either a group or an individual with the purpose of influencing decisions on resource allocation and public policy within a social, economic and political institution or system (Sims, 2008). In advocacy, I write and speak with the least possible conflict of interest in the place of the young Americans’ sincerely perceived interests and in their protection, defense and promotion of their welfare. As an advocate, I vouch for the empowerment of young people and children in America to ensure that the political leadership of this country considers... Advocacy al Affiliation) Advocacy Letter The Majority Leader The United s Senate 522 Hart, Senate Building...
Social Work Bachelor Essay
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...Work Experiences of Child Welfare Personnel: A National Study. Social Work, Retrieved May 01 2009 http://www.socialworkers.org/advocacy/updates/2003/082003_a.asp PRIDE, retrieved May 01 2009 http://www.cwla.org/programs/trieschman/pride.htm Sedlak, A., & Schultz, D. (2001), Race differences in risk of maltreatment in the general child population, Retrieved May O1 2009 http://www.cwla.org/programs/culture/disproportionatestatement.pdf The Adoption History Project (1957), Child Welfare League of America, "Definition of Child Welfare," Retrieved... Social Work ID: Word count:2,513 Table of contents Introduction..2 Child Welfare League of America.......5 Problems faced....10 Conclusion...11 References...1...
Social work and human services
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...social work and human services will entail examination of the whole picture that the social workers face from their roles and services they offer, their values and guiding ethical codes to their decision making framework and good practice that enables them handle the complexities and challenges that may arise in the course of their work. All this and others will be discussed in detail below. Critical and reflective practice Reflection is a mental process that is applied in ideas that are relatively complex and complicated in a bid to understand them and apply knowledge acquired previously to it including even application... Reflective Summary Affiliation: Introduction A critical reflection of the...
Demonstrate where you have advocated on behalp of a service user with any disabilities.
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...Advocacy for the case would be discussed. 3. Case study The client X was a refugee who was bed ridden after a car accident in which her lower part of body had got paralyzed. She was from different ethnic group and neither spoke nor understood English. The client wished for direct payments as she was dissatisfied with the current level of services as provided by the council and social work department. She had identified one of her friend as her personal assistant. 4. Advocacy for case study As a social work student, currently on placement at a local council, I have advocated on behalf of client X. As I am dealing with the direct payment and personal budget, her case... 1. Introduction In the last two...
Advocacy plan for social change
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...Advocacy Plan For Social Change Advocacy Plan for Social Change Child abuse is a significant problem facing over 3 million children in the United States of America. Reports indicate that, in the year 2009, the allegations on child abuse were over 3.3 million. These allegations involved about 6 million children. A child needs protection. Protection begins at a family level usually parents or caregivers are responsible for providing the protection the children need. Statistics show that, in the United States, five children die every day because of child abuse. 80% of these deaths involve children under the age of four years....
Advocacy, Grantingmaking and Civic Organizations
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...work environment in the industry (Center for Lobbying in the Public Interest, 2010). Groups and the Issued Addressed All the non-profit organizations are established to serve the interests of its members. However, all the organizations have varying goals which are used to categorize them. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics categorizes the non-profit industry into four segments: business, labor, professional, political and related organizations; social and civic organizations; social advocacy organizations and grant making and giving services. Business, professional, labor, political and allied organizations is the largest segment in the non-profit sector and offered approximately 423... ?ADVOCACY,...
User perspectives in social work
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...Social Work I. Introduction In recent times, there has been an increasing need to address various issues in social care. Due to the increasing number of people availing of the various types of social services, it has become more important for social care workers to effectively assess the needs of service users. According to the Department of Health, there are 1.5 million people in society that rely on the support and assistance of social services (Department of Health, 2005). The organizations tasked with providing social services are called upon to assess the effectiveness of the social service program in meeting the needs of the service users. Social care is a right of every... User Perspectives in...
Advocacy Plan for Social Change
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...Advocacy Plan For Social Change Advocacy Plan for Social Change Child abuse is a significant problem facing over 3 million children in the United States of America. Reports indicate that, in the year 2009, the allegations on child abuse were over 3.3 million. These allegations involved about 6 million children. A child needs protection. Protection begins at a family level usually parents or caregivers are responsible for providing the protection the children need. Statistics show that, in the United States, five children die every day because of child abuse. 80% of these deaths involve children under the age of four years....
Advocacy Grantmaking and civic organizations
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...work environment in the industry (Center for Lobbying in the Public Interest, 2010). Groups and the Issued Addressed All the non-profit organizations are established to serve the interests of its members. However, all the organizations have varying goals which are used to categorize them. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics categorizes the non-profit industry into four segments: business, labor, professional, political and related organizations; social and civic organizations; social advocacy organizations and grant making and giving services. Business, professional, labor, political and allied organizations is the largest segment in the non-profit sector and offered... ADVOCACY, GRANTINGMAKING AND CIVIC...
Ethical Dilemmas in Social Work
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...Social work Discuss an ethical dilemma that is relevant in social work practice and show its importance, its effect on people and systems, and how it can be contained Name: Institution: Date: Introduction In their direct service to individuals, social workers are faced by a myriad of ethical dilemmas which impact upon their lives and the people who are close to them. Such people may include family members and work colleagues. The ethical dilemmas are brought about due to the very nature and practice of social work. According to the NASW code of ethics (2008), the core mission of social workers is to facilitate the well-being of people and help them meet... Running Head: Ethical dilemmas in...
A Health Advocacy Campaign for Childhood Obesity
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...work and in public areas whereas obese children who remained extremely overweight during their adulthood age are the ones who are highly affected by having poorer employment opportunities and negative social relationship outcomes. Aside from experiencing work and healthcare discrimination, the study of Carr and Friedman (2005) revealed that obese individuals are prone to interpersonal mistreatment and lower levels of self-acceptance purely because of their body weight and overall physical appearance. As a result, most of the obese individuals are suffering from emotional distress as compared with individuals who have normal weight (Mills & Andrianopoulos, 1993). Vision of the Health Advocacy...
Victim Advocacy
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...ADVOCACY "In the rush to examine a criminal's behavior, it is not difficult to become distracted by the dangling carrot of that criminal's potential characteristics and forget about the value of understanding his victims"(Turvey) It is a common phenomenon that when a crime is committed and its investigation is started, the investigation team tries to get as much information about the criminal as possible as possible. Although the team collects the victim's information too, but that information is more related to the victim at the time when the crime was committed. Until recently, very little consideration was given to the information about the victim to an extent that the complete profile... VICTIM...
Social work- Understanding Human Behaviour
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...Social Work Practice Introduction What do people know about risk in mental health services? Like any other community members, people reflect about risks to the population; as professionals, people reflect on the risk that they face in their line of work, and of the danger to the individuals with mental illness which social workers are at risk of neglecting on occasions when ‘moral panic’ governs approaches to mental disorder in the community. One of the tasks of working with or caring for the mentally ill is to evaluate, to observe and to manage risk, and on account of this task to make sound decisions concerning the lives of mentally ill clients. As argued by Davis... Assessing and Managing Risk in...
Social Work and Mental Illness
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...social workers would in most cases not help the situation of the patient at all or even worsen the patient's mental and emotional situation. The family of the patient in such a case would also be affected negatively on their part and the effect may take long or even a lifetime to be reversed. In dealing with the delicate nature of schizophrenic patients, assessing the patient's progress and making decisions concerning how to deal with the patient shows that it is necessary that the social worker acquires the following skills and capabilities: Advocacy skills - the profession of social work is mainly concerned with enhancing... Introduction Improving the lives of individuals with various social...
Social Work as a Product of Modernization
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...SOCIAL WORK AS PRODUCT OF MODERNIZATION Social Change Social change is the termed used to describe a concept or an issue that affects the general society or the group of individuals sharing the same culture or values. Social change is often viewed in two aspects namely, its significant effect to the mentality and social concept and the range of the society it affects implying its sort of measurement nature. The application and actual nature of this term is variable determined by the characteristics of the change it promotes in the society namely whether beneficial or detrimental to the...
Social Welfare Democracy and Government ( Social work)
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...social welfare which has also been considered by the Conservatives and then by the Labour government. The first ideology set forth a strong focus on pro-active welfare policy (Walker and Wiseman, 2011). Social assistance in the UK has been reconceptualised in order to minimize emphasis on the requirements of income support and to give more attention to the situation of individuals gaining assistance. The second ideology was based on mutual obligation; in effect, beneficiaries expect to look for work and the rest of the society must ensure... ?Running head: Social welfare democracy and government Social Welfare Democracy and Government Social Welfare Democracy and Government Part 1 Everyone who is...
Social Work Value and Ethics
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...Social Work Value and Ethics: An analysis of six hypothetical cases Introduction The purpose of this paper is look into six hypothetical scenarios that a social worker should undertake and address them as per relevant codes of practice. Scenario 1: Balancing service user needs and interests versus those of others involved (careers, community etc.)' Case: A social worker gets a request from a disabled man, Arthur, for a service that would help him a lot. The worker initially agreed to Arthur's request but later found that the concerned managers only seem to think about money or might be bound with some limitation. So,...
Social Work Practice Research Paper
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...social work requires knowledge of human development and behavior; of social and economic, and cultural institutions; and of the interaction of all these factors. In the research work, staff and the parents of the children involved are given proper counseling and psychotherapy treatment. Support for the children where given to let them understand the situation they are into. The survey data shows that this is the part that needs development. The support includes the assistant with communication, transport and access to venue. Advocacy are quite highly available, however, there were still low level of training and information to children. There is also a need to support the staff... Order 151312 Analysis...
Advocacy activity
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...Advocacy Activity “Twentieth-century America is well known for being a highly litigious society. Even so, there had never been a disease that provoked as much litigation as HIV/ AIDS” Gostin, 2004: 4 Introduction: Individuals and communities today face a growing need to assess the outcomes of their endeavors to bring about a significant change in the society. In order to succeed in this task, documenting the changes taking place in terms of legislations and policies, as a tool of social change is hence inevitable. Policy change is one of the greatest foundations, and a highly recommended approach to address the unique challenges faced by the society. The...
Advocacy Policy for African Americans with Diabetes
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...social policy. This code of ethics encourages nurses to work individually and together through political action to bring social reform (American Nurses Association, 2011). Incorporating these provisions in the policy for African Americans can help the nurses to shape healthcare within the US. This is because these provisions urge nurses to go out in the community and raise awareness about health-related sociocultural issues like poverty, homelessness, and abuse of human rights. Nurses should work... Advocacy Policy for African Americans with Diabetes: Incorporation of provisions 7, 8, and 9 of the ANA of Ethics in relation to advocating policy for African Americans with diabetes: Research claims that p...
Victimology and Victims Advocacy
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...social and political campaigns that put pressure on the legislations (Worrell, 2001) 7) Role of children’s rights groups Children rights groups were the mouth piece of children who were victims under the juvenile system. Most of the children who go through the judicial system are bullied and harassed by juvenile. Children Rights groups help to educate children on their rights and channels they can use when their rights are violated. They engageadvocacy groups in seeking for crime compensation for the victim as well as get justice for the child victim that he or she would have got in the first place (Talwar, 2006). 8) Organizations that provide specific advocacy for victims... ? Victimology Introduction...
Advocacy-LLM Criminal Litigation
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...advocacy, it will not confront the choice of an advocate as to how to run the case. Sir Reginald Manningham Buller in his remark in a performance pointer about advocates commented that they reveal a responsible and a judicious method throughout their advocacy. Likewise, Sir Walter Monkon Buller in his remark in a performance pointer about advocates commented that they were able to preserve composure even under most hostile scenarios and work pressures. There is a strong belief that without active... ? Advocacy-LLM Criminal litigation a) What in your opinion are the most important qualities of the effective criminal advocates? Criminal Advocates and the Necessity for Accreditation Program in UK In UK,...
Social Work Practice Book Report/Review
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...social work. Particular focus was placed on the work of social workers in the realm of child protection. Basically, the issues discussed include the following: These include dilemmas concerning advocacy for service users when this may be contrary to employing agencies' interests, judging who is the service user and whose interests the worker is primarily representing when that individual's interests may be in conflict with those of others the worker needs to take into account, and last, but certainly not least, the more basic difficulty that the value base is predicated upon white... -1Annotated Bibliography 1) Identify the text or source with details as required in the Harvard System Littlechild, B,...
Approaches to Policy & Advocacy
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...Advocacy affiliation Organization Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is an organization whose purpose is to maintain a world free of malnutrition cases. The organization formation did happen in 2002 at a meeting in United Nations General Assembly. One principle of the organization is to incorporate the private-public partnerships in ensuring that children have access to food rich in nutrients, in a bid to maintain a healthier and disease free population. Most significantly, the organization have had many partnership with governments and other agencies, adopted various projects and have reached to about 700 hundred million people (Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, 2014... Policy and...
Advocacy Assessment based on Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes... (see attachment)
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...advocacy work in Nicaragua must enlighten various sectors of society, including the women, that the higher allocation for cash transfers associated with sending females or girls into schools is NOT because sending women or girls to schools has higher costs but because it is the program’s key objective to empower women in the households in view of a recognition of the concern’s own importance for society. Third, advocacy work for a gendered empowered CCT programs in Nicaragua must explicitly recognize gender inequality of power in the households as an important concern that development programs should address. Fourth, the CCT must target well the poorest among the poor for a better... of...
Advocacy and representation
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...ADVOCACY AND REPRESENTATION Advocacy and Representation of Advocacy and Representation Introduction The Role of Theory in Research on Social Work Practice, to reduce domestic violence during the past decades. This research is based upon the manuscript available to selected persons (e.g., social work doctoral program directors, members of various social work Internet Listservs, etc.), and in due course it appeared in the conference proceedings(Abbott, pp. 83-102, 2001). This advocacy and representation against domestic violence presented it at two international and one national level and, based on these distribution efforts and feedback, revised it. It was seriously reviewed and turned... Running Head:...
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