6 edition of Social Intervention found in the catalog.
by Mouton De Gruyter
Written in English
|Contributions||Friedrich Losel (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||399|
Social work intervention is the practice of working in a variety of ways with individuals and families in need to help them become more independent. Assisting them in getting the health care, counseling, financial help, job training and parenting instruction needed to function productively is all potentially part of the intervention. Drama As Social Intervention brings together a wealth of research in a variety of practical contexts and theoretical papers that raise important issues on drama as social intervention. The book will be essential reading for students, practitioners, teachers and .
SSA offers an overview of contemporary social welfare policies affecting low-income families in the United States, with attention to their historical and philosophical foundations. Readings and discussion will touch on core functions of the welfare state and the use of government intervention as a response to social welfare problems. Social network interventions have been successfully used in international health programs to promote modern family planning methods and bullying reduction among adolescents. 5, 6 Social network focused interventions have been utilized for weight reduction, diabetes, smoking cessation, exercise, and improving the well-being of people with Cited by:
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Authors Susan Opt and Mark Gring present the first-ever thorough exploration and discussion of the rhetoric of social intervention model [RSI] (initially conceived by rhetorical theorist William R.
Brown) for today′s students, scholars, and professionals. This unique communication-based model, compatible with traditional and non-traditional critical approaches, provides readers with a systemic framework for interpreting, analyzing, critiquing, and intervening in social Cited by: 6.
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Shipped to over one million happy customers. Access codes and supplements are not guaranteed with used by: Also, as there are a wide range of social work interventions in current practice, students will benefit from knowing the advantages and disadvantages of each model and approach.
This book on effective social work intervention will help students apply and integrate this knowledge in practice, to critically evaluate different methods and to choose the most effective in any particular set of circumstances.5/5(2).
Because the overall purpose of this book is to instruct students in the theory and methodology of the rhetorical model of social intervention, the book focuses on explaining the model's concepts and illustrating how it can be applied; it emphasizes both the conceptual and practical aspects of.
This book, which introduces the Rhetoric of Social Intervention (RSI) model, conceived by William R. Brown (, ), can serve as the primary text or as a supplement for a course.
The ideal classroom environment for it is one in which the RSI concepts are actively discussed, giving students the opportunity to respond to and challenge the model's premises. Paperback The Social Skills Intervention Manual (SSIM) is a compilation of goals, objectives, and intervention strategies for 63 behaviors grouped by categories: Relationships, Communication, Problem Solving, Decision Making/Goal Setting, and Academic Interactions.5/5(2).
A second edition of this book is timely in view of the publication of the Munro Report at the end of (Munro ). The report recognises that services have become overly bureaucratised and that social workers need to move from a culture of compliance to one that values and develops professional expertise (page 6).
It is the contention of the editor and contributors that the first edition. Social Work and Family Violence: Theories, Assessment, and Intervention Social Work and Family Violence focuses on child abuse, partner violence, and elder abuse- three incredibly important facets to social work today.
Content in the book is designed to be applicable for both bachelor’s and master’s-level social work students. Brief interventions for substance abuse problems have been used for many years by alcohol and drug counselors, social workers, psychologists, physicians, and nurses, and by social service agencies, hospital emergency departments, court-ordered educational groups, and vocational rehabilitation programs.
Primary care providers find many brief intervention techniques effective in addressing the. With the right social studies curriculum, you’ll not only meet state standards, but you’ll help students to get a better grasp on how the country and the world was shaped over centuries at a time.
TCI has a full package of resources available to teachers to help them better prepare, present, assign, grade and teach. This book gives a good and highly readable overview of a range of social work interventions.
Following a case study related to one family the book uses an accessible format in order to explain the relevance of the varied methods under discussion at different parts of the social work process.
This book on effective social work intervention will help students apply and integrate this knowledge in practice, to critically evaluate different methods and to choose the most effective in any.
Authors Susan Opt and Mark Gring present the first-ever thorough exploration and discussion of the rhetoric of social intervention model [RSI] (initially conceived by rhetorical theorist William R. Brown) for today's students, scholars, and professionals.
This unique communication-based model, compatible with traditional and non-traditional critical approaches, provides readers with a systemic framework for 5/5(3). Social service interventions may consist of casework as well as therapeutic services designed to provide parenting education, child and family counseling, and family support.
Social service interventions also may include concrete services such as income support or material aid, institutional placement. Chapter 7 Levels of Intervention in Social Work Practice. Traditionally, societies were given to help the needy and those not able to put to use their potentials without assistance.
Social workers came with an orientation that fosters help for people but with more emphasis on putting their potentials to use, so they don’t forever depend on alms. Social work, poverty, and child welfare interventions Article (PDF Available) in Child & Family Social Work 23(1) January with 4, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
This book is about the evaluation of the effectiveness of health-related interventions. We use the term ‘intervention’ to apply to any activity undertaken with the objective of improving human health by preventing disease, by curing or reducing the severity or duration of an existing disease, or by restoring function lost through disease or : Peter G.
Smith, Richard H. Morrow, David A. Ross. This bestselling book takes the student step-by-step through the core processes of social work. It introduces four essential elements (assessment, planning intervention and review) in a clear manner, and is structured in a chronological way that is easy to understand yet holistic in approach.
The authors use Assessment as a lynchpin for the book and use various assessment tools (some of which. ‘Social Work Intervention with Individuals and Groups’ has been presented in two volumes comprising thirty one chapters. The first six chapters deal with casework which is the oldest and the most developed method of social work profession.
In the initial period when social work was emerging as a profession and a discipline, itFile Size: 1MB.
Social work is also regarded as a practice discipline, because unlike the other social sciences professionals, social workers involve in direct practice and intervention in the field. This book is classified in to five parts, namely the foundation component, the methods component.
There are a number of possible ways to group and categorise interventions in dementia care, for example, by the type of treatment approach used. In this and the following chapter, the main grouping is by the therapeutic goal, with three major domains highlighted: the maintenance of function, including cognitive functions, the management of behaviours that challenge and the reduction of.This book will become a key reference on class, inequality and social intervention, and an important text for students in sociology and social work courses.
Preview this book» What people are saying - 3/5(1).Assessment and intervention are two of the core processes in social work. From the moment you receive a case file, you need to think about the judgements to be made, the needs to assess and the best help to provide. This theme offers an array of resources which bring together the many elements of the processes of assessment and intervention.