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Social Work is the use of community resources, individual case work, or group work to promote the adaptive capacities of individuals in relation to their social and economic environments. It includes social service agencies.
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While occupational social work is said to be quite recent origin, there are already signs that its relevance and applicability in the work place in development countries will become more pronounced given the fast changing and complex nature of the work place. I would like to hear from any scholar or researcher who has done research or practiced occupational social work in a developing country context.
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How community social work can be effective in the transgender and high class community of Bangladesh?
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Many groups may be excluded through legal systems, land, and labor markets and discriminatory or stigmatizing attitudes, beliefs, or perceptions. A disadvantage is often based on social identity, which may be across dimensions of gender, age, location, occupation, race, ethnicity, religion, citizenship status, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity, among other factors. This kind of social exclusion deprives individuals of dignity, security, and the opportunity to lead a better life. Unless the root causes of structural exclusion and discrimination are addressed, it will be challenging to support sustainable, inclusive growth and rapid poverty reduction. Social workers and governmental support are significant for transgender marginalized people in Bangladesh. Therefore, social workers could involve this community in their process as much as possible and put more effort to convince the government to approve the legal support, gender right, and social inclusion. Social workers' roles have grown to include crisis management and roles of empowerment and advocacy. They can empower communities by encouraging individuals to take an active role in shaping social services, providing education programs, and enabling economic independence long-term.
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I would like to build a small, but somewhat nationally representative sample of graduate students in social work and nursing for an online survey. Will I be able to do so using Amazon's Mechanical Turk? (MTurk), or is the specificity of this recruitment criterion too narrow?
Also, is there a way to verify, such as requiring participants to upload their university registration status or transcript?
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Almost anybody may accomplish activities on the Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) website using their own talents and on their own time. Must accomplish jobs and receive payment from Requesters, all you need is an Internet-connected computer device and to be at least 18 years old.
At one-tenth the expense of standard approaches, researchers can collect data from large enough samples to achieve considerable statistical power. The MTurk population is more representative of the general population than other online surveys and yields more accurate findings.
To begin a survey using MTurk, a researcher (referred to as a "Requester" in Amazon's parlance) creates an account (http://www.mturk.com), deposits funds into her account, and then posts a "job listing" using the MTurk Web interface that describes the Human Intelligence Task (HIT) to be completed and the compensation to be received.
Take a look at this as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgwD2Iiujb4
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I would be interested in any ideas, suggestions, information, theoretical and bibliographical references etc., on how mass communication /mass media can be used in social work or for purposes related to social work. Thank you!
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Thank you, Mohamed Sabri Bensaad , Abdelkader BOUAZIZ & Nadira Khanum ,for participating to this discussion and for your useful suggestions.
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Have you ever imagined how the physically disabled people feel under COVID-19?
Which type of disability is most impacting these minority under COVID-19?
Autism? Cleft patients? Mental health patients? Deaf? Dumb? Blind? Loss of limbs?
How can we help them?
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Please see these links for info on health and consequences of COVID-19 for people with disabilities:
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I need the relevant legislation on social work/ benefits for the disabled people for a comparative analysis accross EU Member States
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Hello everyone,
I am wondering if you can give me an overview of the difference between a Theory, a Perspective and a Model.
If you can focus in the area of Social Work and Psychology that will be great. As well, if you have recommended sources, please share them with me.
Thank you for your support,
Riham A.
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Hi Dr Riham Al-Saadi . A model is a way to think and interpret events, as well as objects. But a theory has scientific explanations which is the result of experimentation. See the link: https://quizlet.com/11217667/bc-science-8-reading-check-p251-flash-cards/
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When I use the keyword "internet addiction+social work" in the google scholar, I can't find useful content. But using same keyword in chinese scholar website,there will be many correspond results. Why?
And could some one tell me Which role do the social worker play in internet addiction intervention?
thanks!
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I agree with you.
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Dear social work colleagues from India,
I am just wondering if someone asks us, social workers, in future -
What was the response of professional social work in India to the pandemic?
what would be our answer? and what info do I have?
In fact, while asking the question, I am keeping in mind the fleet of students that we have in all our social work programmes in the country and the involvement of our departments plus professional social work organisations and organisations involving professional social workers.
Dr. B. Devi Prasad| 29 May 2021
@bdeviprasad, bdeviprasad@yahoo.com
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COVID-19 has dramatically increased the demand of social work courses. Social workers did the best job in this pandemic. None can deny the role of NGOs and their workers as well as independent social workers' role in saving life of people.......
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In practice, Social Work acts from different professional perspectives. For example, the legal case perspective must be methodically related to other case perspectives such as anamnesis and diagnosis within the framework of casework, ideally in a concrete way and with appropriate methodological awareness. It would be conceivable, for example, to subject the results of an introductory anamnesis and diagnosis to subsequent legal monitoring.
Are there scientific concepts or legal requirements for this methodological challenge in your country? Or do you tend to leave the meaningful linking of different case perspectives to the professional actors? What seems to make sense to you?
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For example Social workers to help solve the vulnerability problems of families
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Hello Researchers,
My PhD student is working on Education Status of Muslim Girl Child. The work included to analyze the Stakeholders perspective towards educating the Girls.
Since, she is under Management Stream, the work needs to have Management Angle than Social Work which the work currently is having.
Can anyone help me on how to get a Management Perspective to this work?
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Dear Anitha Thomas,
I should suggest to look to at social work's management perspective through 3-e concept of economization, efficiency, effectiveness - or, better - 6-e concept of economization, efficiency, effectiveness, equity, equality, ethics. And to consider the New Public Management concept and practise of private sector methods in public administration (social work)/versus/New Public Governance concept and practise, as openness, transparency, pluralism, social quality, social responsibility, social justice, active non-governmental organizations role. There are authors who consider NPG as opposing to NPM, but there are authors, who consider NPG as a supplement to NPM. In NPM the results matter over process, in NPG not only results, but process matters much too. For social work this aspect can be decisive. Good luck, Anitha
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Hello Researchers,
My PhD student is working on Education Status of Muslim Girl Child. The work included to analyze the Stakeholders perspective towards educating the Girls.
Since, she is under Management Stream, the work needs to have Management Angle than Social Work which the work currently is having.
Can anyone help me on how to give a Management Perspective to this work?
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Dear Anitha Thomas,
I should suggest to look to at social work's management perspective through 3-e concept of economization, efficiency, effectiveness - or, better - 6-e concept of economization, efficiency, effectiveness, equity, equality, ethics. And to consider the New Public Management concept and practise of private sector methods in public administration (social work)/versus/New Public Governance concept and practise, as openness, transparency, pluralism, social quality, social responsibility, social justice, active non-governmental organizations role. There are authors who consider NPG as opposing to NPM, but there are authors, who consider NPG as a supplement to NPG.
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Is there any scale available for measuring cultural competence among master of social work students in india?
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"Cultural competence" doesn't exist in epistemological terms. You can research cultural practices, cultural behavior, even cultural skills (as languages skils, performative skills, etc.), but not cultural competence since onde needs to define the reverse, cultural incompetence that is nonsense. Moreover, cultural skills are not measurable in quantitative terms, have not a metric structure, but only a "qualitative" dimension. If you are in the process of building your Ph.D. thesis or any research project studying master students in social work it will be much more interesting to try to research from cultural perspectives themes as how they face cultural diversity? Or gender differences? Or classic social classes differences (that still exist)? Or you can plan a magnificent research contribution trying to understand how those social work students are "equipped" to face the pandemic crisis in India. Good interviews will help. Talking still is the best scale.
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I am having a social work student do a four month placement with me and half of it will be a research project.
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I have been training my Ph.D. students for several years doing the literature review within a broader seminar on Research Design. The key is to have prior to any other step an original, solid research question. Thereafter, the literature is a selection of the materials pertinent for the research problem avoiding general, encyclopedic sources. The pleasure of the process is discovering some books and papers that we didn't suspect that existed. It helps to master several languages since the idea that science only exists in English is as poor as illiterate.
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I am currently preparing an annotated bibliography for the topic Social Work Management (also: Human Service Management). Do you know publications that have been published within the period 1970-today? Thank you in advance.
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Woodhouse, D.L. and Pengelly, P., 1991. Anxiety and the dynamics of collaboration. Aberdeen University Press.
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It is well known to everyone that Social Work as a profession has wide career options, being therefore present in a wide range of areas of action, such as social services, education, justice, health, third sector, dependency among many others.
However, we are faced with a global problem, COVID-19, and the "Social Health Work" has begun to ring louder, for obvious reasons.
Before this tragic situation that we are living, social health work was not so recognized or identified by society, neverthless, in the current times, this has taken a turn. We can speak of the emergence of this area that until then was "hidden" in a certain way.
Is social health work a new area that has emerged from this situation? Or did it already exist? Or perhaps what has emerged have been new areas of action? That being said, do you think so? Or, by contrast, do you consider that this area was already recognized before the situation we are currently experiencing? Opinions in networks are diverse.
This is the most talked about topic in networks at present, but there are many other areas that in my humble opinion have gained more importance during this pandemic and that were not previously taken into account.
Actually, that's an issue to be considered by people who are not related to Social Work. People involved in this and the students in this university career are aware that all areas of social work are important. At all times they are in operation, relentlessly. It is a pity that the effort of this profesion is just recognised when a global pandemic exists.
Finally, I leave you some questions that which make us wonder, Has this state of global pandemic been an opportunity to recognize the work done by social work professionals in general, not just in this health field?
How do you feel about the current state?
Best Regards
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A well-supported, appropriately equipped, empowered, and protected social service workforce is essential to mitigating the damaging effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Social service workers can build on their existing strong ties to children, families, and communities to rapidly respond in ways that are effective. However, to do so, they must stay safe and healthy. The new technical note Social Service Workforce Safety and Wellbeing during the COVID-19 Response provides guidance and recommended actions to support the social service workforce and empower them to safely serve children, families, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The document is a collaboration between the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance, UNICEF, International Federation of Social Workers and Alliance for Children Protection in Humanitarian Action. http://socialserviceworkforce.org/resources/blog/social-service-workers-mitigating-impact-covid-19
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It is clear that this pandemic has had a significant influence on social work, in addition to others in the social sphere. But how do you think it will really evolve when normality returns? Will this type of profession be devalued again or will the esteem of the public and of politics in general continue to increase?
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a direct impact on social work responses, including social services users, social workers, and other professionals, among other aspects. International social work organizations have mobilized efforts to respond to urgent social needs, demonstrating the values underlying the discipline.
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I work with middle school youth in an after school program in NY and I am interested in analyzing the impact of mental health challenges pre pandemic vs in the midst of the pandemic and the correlating factors. For those reading, have you realized any differences working with youth ages 8-13 compared to previous years? What are patterns and themes coming up for you in your practice? Any findings you have, please post below! Thank you in advance!
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I am no expert, but I have 3 kids age 9 to 15 and it was quite hard for them to be locked at home for 9 months. I had to try to use all the creatives means possible to keep them active and less bored. I would really like to hear what others have to say.
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Do you think that these difficult times we are currently going through, due to COVID-19, will be a reason for students to opt for an education such as "Social Work" or a health education?
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Dear, thanks for sharing.
Certainly.
In my opinion, due to the fact that life in society undergoes changes from now on, we will have reflexes in the field of investigations!
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who can send me some ionformation about the connection of soacial work and psychological couselling in China? Thank you very much Ulrich
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thank yu so much for the additional link. Very helpful. :-) If you need support just tell me.
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Hello everyone I hope you are all well! I just have a quick question- I am a third year BA Social Work student in the midst of writing a literature review for my dissertation. I wanted to know if anyone had any tips or help they could offer in what makes a good dissertation?
Thank you all in advance- Lucie
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For you to do a good literature review. You should first state your objectives. Once you have the objectives, search for one paper published for each objective. When having the paper, look at the methodology and look at the results and lastly the recommendations they make. This will enable you obtain the research gap. One paper is enough as it will guide you to other related works.
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Health
Education
Social Services
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In India, recently they tried to open schools but after encountering some cases they reverted back to online class.
The govt, schools and even parents are worried more about the academics than the psychological needs or mental wellness of children.
Children have been simply kept busy with gadgets while restricting outdoor activities.
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Seeking information about universities and colleges that offer a full or partial scholarship in any of these areas: (coursework/research -- graduate programs) in Education, Social Work, Sociology, Special Education, Psychology, Counselling, Educational Technology and Mental Health.
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@Samy Azer thank you very much the information. I will be on the search.
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i have used case study and non participant observation as a research methods in the qualitative research , hence i need some tools to analyze the collected data....I've belongs to the social work profession
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Thematic analysis
Discuss Analysis
Grounded theory
References
Guest, G., MacQueen, K., and Namey, E. (2012) 'Introduction to Applied Thematic Analysis' in Applied Thematic Analysis, Sage: Thousand Oaks, 3-21.
Tracy, S.J. (2013) ‘Advanced data analysis: The art and magic of interpretation’ Qualitative Research Methods: Collecting evidence, crafting analysis and communicating impact, Wiley-Blackwell: West Sussex, 203-226.
Bazeley, P. (2013) 'Naming, organising and refining codes' in Qualitative Data Analysis: Practical Strategies, Sage: Thousand Oaks.
Charmaz, K. (2000) "Grounded theory: Objectivist and constructivist methods" in Denzin, N. K. and Y.S. Lincoln (eds.) The Handbook of Qualitative Research, Sage: Thousand Oaks, pp. 509-536.
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Social welfare and social work in China have always been very vague and little known. I will conduct a survey of people living in the community to discuss the direction of social welfare development in China at the next decade.
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Interesting Question. Look forward to insights.
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This is a big question. We ussually discuss about the APCs and the high cost of it, and maybe the importance of Open Access and free publication, but in the other hand hand we think about the time the reviewers invest in our papers and the work hours that the editor and the team spend in the process and it is a trick question in fact... Can we have a good and quality process without paying the review and working with small resources?
I have the experience with TELOS: Revista de Estudios Interdisciplinarios en Ciencias Sociales and is not easy, because DOIs have cost, work in social difussion cost and even in Venezuela we have the problem of personal rotation, the university pay for that but is hard to educate each time new people... What do you think about?
I was thinking about a way to make it sustainable in time... In our case, in the country is almost impossible to have access to pay for international services and of course is a disadvantage for the journals in here... We have many teachers and researchers that collaborate in the review because I mean, is the normal way in here... but sometimes you can demand so much about fast reviewing...
What do you think about it? Do you know a way to grow without all the limitations we have? Let me know
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Since the start of the COVID-19 Pandemic, many governments and private organizations allocated large sums of money to fund projects dealing with various areas related to this virus. The vaccine is the most prominent area but detection, caring and monitoring of the patients revealed that the current medical equipment is not adequate and sufficient. Are these funding going to lead to invention or innovation? have you seen any report of innovation in medical technology in your community?
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Will definitely help in this aspect.
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i am searching for field work on social work acting in the internet - "cyber social workers" so to speak. if you are such an expert or you know any institution working this way, i will be very happy to get connected! thanks a lot.
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Zander Keig hi zander! thanks a lot for sharing insights of your work.
- how is the outcome of teletherapy? since when are you licensed or is this kind of social work licensed in the US?
- are you mostly working with clients who are facing psychological problems/deseases?
as far as i know the working field of social work in the US is different that the way of social work in Germany.
- i suggest you do more therapy work like a psychological therapist?
looking forward for more information!
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The World Food Programme of the United Nations effectively deployed humanitarian aid to 10,000 Syrian refugees using Ethereum, a blockchain-based crypto currency.
In this massive deployment, unlike earlier mobile money solutions built around smartphones, the personal biometrics (eye scan, fingerprints) were used to verify the beneficiary.
The question then becomes; Will an electronic payment system (global or local) built on Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), ie the Blockchain, necessarily require smartphones in order to be efficient and effective in its diffusion and adoption by end-users, especially those in the low-wage earning demographic ?  What is the best role for the smartphone is this ecosystem ?
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Dear colleague,
Please refer to these papers....
I hope they help.
regards
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COVID-19 is in no doubt affecting every walks of life. Its impact towards every one and others' psychological and psychiatric health is significant, yet how should we quantify them?
Let's pull all related publications here for reference:
Understanding and Addressing Sources of Anxiety Among Health Care Professionals During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Mental Health Consequences of COVID-19 and Physical DistancingThe Need for Prevention and Early Intervention
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What are the ways of analyzing data from multiple case studies?
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Thank You DR. Elmira Mirbahaeddin.
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Hi all,
I've used the ATHI scale to investigate attitudes towards homeless across two disciplines: Social Work and Computer Science. It has been validated. However, the scale only uses 11 items intotal which makes me think this may be one reason. Another reason is that I am simply doing the analysis wrong. Can anyone help?
The ATHI scale has 4 sub-scales (Personal Causation, Societal Causation, Affiliation and Solutions). When analysing the PC sub-scale I get a Cronback's alpha of .47. This subscale only has 3 items. Also, am I supposed to split these between subjects? If so, for social work students the Cronback's alpha is .484 and for computer science students the Cronback's alpha is .525.
Help is apprecaited.
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When running a Cronbach's Alpha, you want to aim for a coefficient score of 0.70 or higher. However, it is difficult to get a good score when the scale you are using has a low number of items. Assuming that you are using SPSS to run your Cronbach's Alpha, you should go back in, go to analyze, then scale, then reliability assessment, then click on Statistics. Here you will be able to check the box to see which sub-scale you need to remove to get a score of 0.70 or higher. Once you find that sub-scale, simply remove it from your data set, and run your Cronbach's Alpha again. Good luck!
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IMPORTANT: Best practices and answers will be published in the ASIDE project reports [ISBN], EPALE and in the project website. http://aside.inbie.pl/
Social work practice and the needs of people who use services, including carers, should drive the development and use of digital technologies.
We are continuing to seek examples of good practices on "how digital technology" is being used in social work practice and education.
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In work aorund supports for independent living for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, with colleagues and a provider I am looking at the use of navigation app using smart phone and a smart watch to both support adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities in independently travelling around their neighborhoods while offering real time connections to family and other caregivers so they may support these activities. We are looking at increasing community engagement, greater variety in community activities and greater confidence about community engagement in both the persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities and in their caregivers
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This afternoon I was (almost) impeded from paying cash at a supermarket in Belgium with the argument that the use of cash might cause transmission of coronavirus !? Incidentally they used no-touch cash machines and cashiers did not wear any face masks!
I checked literature but I found no shred of evidence to support their claim. There are clear indications of bacterial contamination on currency, but I could not find any evidence for transmissible viral pathogens present on banknotes and coins. Anybody can help?
THANKS !
Please stay healthy !
Koen Van Waerebeek
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Hello, I am a Social Work student and I would like to know how it affects the incorporation of women in the labor world in this field
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For some data to go on check out the Gender Social Norms Index which is freely download able and shows how globally there is a backlash against women in the workforce. It includes a model that shows that women have been incorporated at basic and subsistence levels, but they have difficulty progressing to more advanced skill levels that would afford them more agency and influence because of embedded social norms and trade-offs and politics necessary to rise (of which the Weinstein scandal would be an extreme example).
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In an exploratory study, If I want to state that certain components of counselling (7 items to assess), environmental modification (8 items) and therapeutic interventions ( 8 items) results in the practice of social case work, what analysis should I do?
NB: we have no items to assess practice of social work. Instead we want to state the practice of the other three components results in practice of social case work.
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If according to Morgan
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I have also conducted a study on perceptions toward criminals (PTC). Firstly, I and my colleague developed a scale about PTC and then conducted it of college students of social work, n=432.  I would like to tell you our findings: The scale of PTC has two sub-dimension: Psychological-personal aspect of criminals (8-items), sociological-environmental aspects of criminals (4-items). In PTC, the more score you have, the more adverse you see criminals. Via Scale of PTC, we aim to see perspective of students or professionals who work or probability of work with criminal in criminal justice settings. After conducting (PTCS), we found that our students see criminals as positive in terms of their psychological aspects and we try to explain it with humanistic nature of social work perspective. But our students’ rate of sociological aspect of criminals are higher than the other sub-dimension and this means that they are adverse to criminals. The sociological sub dimension has four items: criminals’ family are wrongful. Criminals’ family are criminal. Criminals’ friends are wrongful. criminals’ friends are criminal. I think that they are a bit right, but this finding may also sign a stigmatization of criminals as well. And I think that this finding may related to social model of social work. The perspective of "individual in its environment” may also effected the students. Via this perspective, our student may think that “criminals are good but their environment are also bad”. And I am of opinion that is the perspective of “individual in its environment” misunderstood by students or does this perspective effect wrongfully to students in terms of criminals or any. what could you think about this findings, please?
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Is is a good research question for this topic: " Social Work and poverty reduction in Cameroon: a case study of social centers in Yaounde"
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At the micro level of daily practice, social workers are used to dealing with poverty and also with the risk assessment, working creatively and innovatively to help people (individuals and communities) to understand their situation and to change their behaviour and their environment, where possible.
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Can I add it myself, or should these manipulations be performed only by the RG administration or the administrator who manages this institution profile?
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Dr Yehya A. Salih Thank you for useful information about changing my profile i knew really some new for me, but question was about an Institution page.
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I want to study child trauma, with the end goal of not only working with traumatized kids but also teaching others how to respond to, recognize and 'handle' traumatized kids (e.g. cops, teachers, staffers at psych hospitals etc...). If that's the end goal, where should I start? What sort of literature is considered to be a staple in this field?
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Hi Frances,
The journals Child Maltreatment and Child Abuse & Neglect would be good to look at. You can go to their websites and just start to look at abstracts of their recent issues to get an idea of what is currently being published. The journal Trauma, Violence, & Abuse would also be great to look at. It is a review journal that has a high impact factor (very influential in the field) so everything published reviews the literature in the field and you can get ideas of specific articles to read from there. Though, it isn't specific to child trauma, you can get a sense from the titles if they are focused on children.
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network website would also be great. They have compiled a ton of resources and materials that are easy to digest, have fact sheets, and also host free webinars.
Finally, though you did not ask about it, since you are at Hamline, the University of Minnesota Institute of Child Development (where I received my PhD) has some very key faculty in the field who study child trauma, including my graduate advisor, Dante Cicchetti, and his colleague, Ann Masten. Abi Gewirtz and Canan Karatekin (my secondary advisor) would also be good to look at and you could even reach out to them to try to volunteer in their research labs during the summer/semester. Just go to the icd.umn.edu website and click on "People" to view their faculty profiles to learn more about what they do.
Hope this helps! Good luck.
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PA involves a child being influenced by a parent to reject or resist contact with the other parent for no good reason.
If fact what connection, correlation and contribution does it make to negative social issues such as historical trauma, family/whanau violence. What is the relevance of (PA) to social work?
Private troubles – Public issues, do they intersect in relation to PA?
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Through my views and from what I,have witnessed it is a fact. This occurs when partners are fighting or going through a breakup,separation or divorce.
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Could you please guide me more about my question? I'm going to choose an appropriate the subject for my Ph.D. thesis.
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The 2018 discussion on ResearchGate might help:
I saw this; it is from 1989, but might be of interest:
But I could not see the author on ResearchGate, but the thesis was well thought of:
This might be of interest:
I think this is the author; you could maybe discuss this on ResearchGate: Professor Alexander Wendt.
or at his university:
I also saw this:
Höne, K. E. (2017). Quantum Social Science. Oxford University Press.
See the author's site:
I hope there is something of help here.
Very best wishes,
Mary
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Hello,
I am a newbie in the research world. I wish to become a researcher and want o work on "social media entrepreneurship". From where I can start my workings?
Thanking you
Moral
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Study research methods, focus on the procedure for data collection, types of data, improve your writing skills, gather related literature, evaluate what others have done and their approach. Start work and keep reading where you are confused.
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can someone provide literature on culturally competent helping process/Social work practice?
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I have found the Dulwich Centre Newsletter No 1 from 1990 timeless and continually inspiring as I reflect on culturally sensitive practice. It is titled "Social Justice and Family Therapy: A discussion of the work of The Family Centre". It covers much more than the title suggests. If you message me I'd be happy to email it to you. Warmly, Sasha
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Social work supports citizens, especially the socially disadvantaged cope with their inability to meet basic needs. Good governance on the other hand describes how public institutions conduct public affairs and manage public resources such that all and sundry, including the sick, poor and challenged, feels the presence of government.
Will social work have a place in societies that uphold good governance?
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The social work will bring the good governance with rigorous accountability culture of the rulers where the commons would be heard and counted.If there is no accountability culture the rulers may come from the mafia doctrine and loot the people at large and deprive them of their basic rights and needs that is happening in the third world for the last 7 decades.
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I am an undergraduate student in Social Work who is looking to improve my report writing with regards to 1) faster turn-around time, 2) more in-depth evaluation of client, and 3) thorough evaluation of self as a worker.
Any recommendations for literature, manuals and practical examples are welcome.
Thanks.
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I recommend Research Methods, Quantitative & Qualitative Approaches by Mugenda & Mugenda 2003.
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Hi,
I am quite fascinated by the work on culturally competent social work. During my M.Phil research I realized the importance of culture for people.Earlier I wanted to define culturally competent social work in Indian perspective, for Phd thesis but later learned that there are several research on it. Can you please guide me on some of the topics under it that are worth reseaching?
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Hi, Rajan,
I recommend Marsiglia and Kulis' Diversity, Oppression, and Change: Culturally Grounded Social Work (Lyceum Books, 2015). I have a book review of it that I can share with you. You may also want to look at my article with Mary Caplan on Understanding Fringe Economic Behavior. I can also share this. It is a meta-ethnography applying the sociological theories of Pierre Boudieu. His seminal work on this is The Logic of Practice.
My take away from all of this is that we err when we attempt to define culture in a macro context. Each of us exists in interlocking and overlapping Bourdieusian fields with their on social rules. It is this micro culture that is most determinative of our behaviors, and the level of culture most likely to be overlooked by researchers.
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I carry out a research that allows me to understan which social and health services are offered to the population (children, youn people, adults, the disabled, the elderly) and whether the needs of these targets are met-
thank you
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See "needs assesment" in classic evaluation books such as:
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Of course: Not everyone has the opportunity to buy a small piece of land or a garden.
In this case you can answer the question with your own wishes. There are probably not so many people who want to burden their leisure time with gardening and ecological ideas.
I give an example from my own family. We live on a somewhat busy street, the garden is separated from the street by a high hedge. A short film - now available on Youtube - shows how even nature cultivated by humans can possess beauty and ecological diversity. Before answering my question take three minutes for the link:
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Fateh Boutekouk
Thanks for your answer, I think quite in this direction. It is a good way to get balances in your doing, consciousness and your feeling with nature - apart from use to oecologic principle for cultivation of vegetables, fruits in a certain district.
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Will you support if your organization asked all employees to add personal pronouns to email signatures?
Background: Understanding diversity in our work and social space is becoming increasingly important. Many people have different gender identities than what their physical appearances can reveal.
Respecting, sharing, and educating about personal pronouns (e.g. Gulzar Shah (he, him, his, himself)) can be helpful in avoiding misunderstanding people's gender identity and offending them.
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Satish Narula , I greatly appreciate your participation in the discussion. With all due respect, the intent of adding personal pronouns is to announce one’s gender identity so that we Do not disrespect each other by mistakenly misunderstanding gender identities. So it is more about promoting respect for diversity.
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In some companies, managers increasingly take into account the expectations of employees, including the needs of employees in the development and identification of their self-realization with the company in which they work.
Such changes in personnel management are an important factor of corporate social responsibility.
On the other hand, this type of pro-social approach in personnel management usually increases its scale in the situation of low unemployment and high income of employees.
In addition, this type of pro-social approach in personnel management and good governance and good business practices should be correlated with the concept of effective development of countries operating in the model of social market economies.
In view of the above, the current question is: Does corporate social responsibility develop to a greater extent in social market economies?
Please, answer, comments. I invite you to the discussion.
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In my opinion it does not!
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One of the worst experience for a human is being abused especially in childhood; psychological, physical and/or sexual. So many legislations, laws, social services and it still goes on almost in every country. Quite depressing, isnt it? So, do you think we will ever be able to stop child abuse in future?
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Possible if we really can understand that children is our future and aim of our life.
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Como futuro profesional del Trabajo Social, me interesaría saber qué modelos usan o usarían los diferentes colegas de profesión para la resolución de conflictos familiares tan usuales y típicos que se encuentran a diario los diferentes trabajadores de esta rama social.
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Sin duda la combinación del Enfoque Colaborativo, el Modelo Centrado en Soluciones y la Terapia Narrativa, estos dos últimos creados por trabajadores sociales. Nuestra experiencia en el Laboratorio de Mediación, Resolución de Conflictos y Orientación Familiar nos lleva a olvidarnos de los "modelos" clásicos de mediación y resolución de conflictos
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Hello All, I am working in social studies field and looking for researchers from other countries to write about civics, citizenship education, history, geography and social studies fields to compare the point of view of different countries. If you would like to be a part of this please email me turansaim@gmail.com
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Could we contribute in a constitutionnal point of view ? That would be very instructive !
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Dear all, I would like to know more about your intersting project. I am phd social work lecturer, with experience on community work and development.
I am working at Azores University in Portugal (http://international.uac.pt) and in Vircamp (http://vircamp.net)
Kind regards,
Eduardo Marques
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What is your research? and what kinds of information you are looking for?
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I would be grateful for links or references to research literature, your own thoughts regarding theoretical background and practices of the strength-based approach in social work, training programmes based on this approach, ethical challenges related to it etc.
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Thank you Robyn Munford for sharing
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Title:
"The missing piece: If social workers were placed in UK schools, would the crisis in young people's mental health be alleviated?"
Target group:
Young people aged 11-18 in the secondary school age range who may be at risk of or are developing mental health needs (school setting only due to the fact they are presumably in the school environment the most)
Aim:
To recognise the mental health needs of young people and to promote appropriate support in the environment where they are in the most-School.
Research questions
What is the current support systems in place within the UK for this identified group and what are the limitations?
What could the potential outcomes be for young people if social workers were placed in Uk school settings?
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I thought about your aim and questions. I think it is difficult to recommend just another formulation. Therefore, I would rather pose some questions for reflection for you which might help you to set the right focus for your work.
What do you really want to know? Think about it without pressure of formulation.
What is your research interest: Are these the mental health needs of young people? Then how could you gain insight in these needs? Do you want to ask them? (Interviews? Focus groups....?) - Then your research question should be open ended, so that there is a lot of room for exploration.
Then you could for example have a main question, such as:
What kind of support do adolescents need at school for the promotion of mental health?
And subquestions such as:
What are the mental health needs of adolescents with regard to school support in the UK?
What are the limitations of current mental health support systems in schools in the UK?
What are the potential benefits of social workers for the promotion of mental health of adolescents in schools in the UK?
...These are just some thoughts. However, you address several topics with your research questions and I am not sure if this is too much for a Master thesis. It depends on how you would like to answer your questions?
=> health needs: Ask youth or teachers?
=> What is in place? Normally this is a topic for a literature review - maybe this can be answered beforehand in the introduction part of your thesis to justify the research gap?
=> What are limitations? Literature review? Expert interviews? Interviews with youth? Also important: Do you think of schools in the UK in general or special schools or just one region..... This must be very clear from the beginning!
=> Social workers: I think this is a completely new question. How do you want to find out? Questionnaire? Interviews, who will you ask?.......
I think you should be very clear in what you want before you formulate the questions. Then formulation is just a small part...
I hope this helps a little bit.
Good luck for your thesis!
Best wishes
Tamara
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Hello, I'm an international student. My current thesis research paper is on peer-group supervision. And I would like to ask for suggestions in case you know journals in social work that focus on supervision and from where I can find articles on peer-group supervision.
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Thank you for your response, Ines Findenig
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Dear Colleagues and Friends from RG,
In order to answer this question, the concept of happiness should first be precisely defined, because in different cultures, in different communities of individual regions of the world, in situations of different mentality and general social awareness, the concept of happiness does not always mean the same.
For example, happiness can be interpreted with living conditions. On the other hand, happy living conditions are, for example, living in a beautiful, natural environment with the closest people who would also feel happy in such a setting.
I invite you to the discussion and scientific cooperation.
Best wishes.
Dariusz Prokopowicz
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When he feels that he was the cause of the happiness of others
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Nowadays, a lot of social media occupied the minds of PhD Scholars and as such most of their times are being devoted on this social media activities. Most scholars are being distracted at home by family activities. How did you do it that you finish as expected? What did you do to your times? How much time did you spend daily on your write up or your research? How did you prioritize your time? I heard of a Doctor saying that during his PhD Program that he deactivated his Facebook and Whatsapp just to ensure that he finish as designed by the university. In your own case, what method(s) did you apply that makes you finish on or before the time? I will appreciate your candid opinions. Thanks
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I read two very pertinent guide books at the beginning of my PhD. Try reading this one to start: https://www.amazon.com/Authoring-PhD-Doctoral-Dissertation-Palgrave-ebook/dp/B006UH4F12
Three things that I took from these guide books:
  1. Treat the PhD position as a paid job - follow normal workplace rules, start and finish times, scheduling breaks/leave/vacation throughout the year;
  2. Do not get distracted by 'helping' others' research, especially when it comes to research associated with your supervisor/advisor, academic department/faculty, friends, colleagues etch - remain focused on your own research;
  3. Start writing at the beginning of your PhD to practice/improve your writing skills. Conceive that everything you do, everything you write, is designed to succeed in your PhD oral examination - to convince your examiners that you are the expert in your field and that you deserve to pass.
I hope this advice helps you.
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Always buildings are damage by an Earthquake. So we have prevent to lose the people poverty, How?
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I recommended the following presentation
Best Regards Javan Doloei
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More and more technology and marketing companies acquire information from entries, posts, comments posted by Internet users, including users of social media portals.
The information collected from these sources from these websites is aggregated in Big Data database systems and processed mainly for the purpose of their use in the marketing activity of a given technology company or for the needs of other companies that are its clients.
In the context of the information downloaded in this way and their use for commercial purposes, a question arises regarding the ethics of this activity.
In my opinion to ethically use the discussions, content of entries, posts posted on social media portals, it is necessary to obtain and process this scientific data using the principle of anonymity of aggregation and data processing for the needs of research, use an objective research approach, comply with applicable ethics standards of research and in accordance with applicable law.
In view of the above, I am asking you: How to build a system of ethical use of information obtained from comments on social media portals?
Please reply. I invite you to the discussion
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Even the US Congress is asking these questions. This is the most gray area for which technology giants are fined. Apple proposes regulate social media, easy for Tim Cook to propose this sitting on coit tower. Google and Facebook will be primary leaders in setting something of the sorts.
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I'm looking for transcripts of social worker/ service user encounters to adapt for use in the classroom. Would be grateful for any indication of people working in this field perhaps as sociologists or social work researchers for possible sharing of data.
thanks in advance
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Hi, if you want to translete your work in Indian langueages, i can help you.
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Do people still use Jane (http://jane.biosemantics.org/)
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I used Jane when I had little experiences at beginig of my carrier, but with time man can know which Journal is suitable for work based on the results and the message behind the work
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At Volunteer Science; we build collaboration among scientists from leading research universities (including Harvard University, University of Chicago, Northeastern University, and Northwestern University) to expand the tools available for social and behavioral research.
We would like to see if you/your faculty would be interested in running group experiments in their classes.
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Our experiments can be working in a social science class, business school class (particularly management, strategy, or industrial/organizational psychology, or computer/information sciences classes focusing on HCI, social data, or networking.
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Thank you Ivan, I'll visit these sites and tell you my impression.
Thank you for your email.
With all my best,
Samah.
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The evidence based movement commonly discusses that decisions in whatever field should be made on the best possible evidence and they talk about EBM as the meeting of three elements:
1. Best available published evidence (e.g. via systematic reviews of meta-analyses)
2. Clinical judgement
3. Client needs and desires
Do you think this is more rhetoric or is this actually the way EBM is conceived and practiced in your experience? For me, it appears that 'gold standard' published evidence is seen to trump all other forms of evidence and be given precedence over clinician/practitioner and client/recipient views, experience, understandings, and knowledge.
I am interested in your views of how the EBM is understood in practice, not in theory. I feel the theoretical rhetoric is sound, it is it application in people's minds and practice that I am wondering about. Thanks!
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I undertand it in simple way as a practice where our decsion is based on evidence whether it is related to Clinical /laboratory /field/Community/developmental work relate decision making. The another issue may be how the evidence is generated?. In my opinion it should be based on high quality. peer reveiwed and high impact publication.
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I would like to open a discussion that touches upon three issues: voluntarism, social policy and democratization. Which are the characteristics of an institutional framework that promotes active participation of citizens in voluntarism without undermining the responsibility of the state to provide social services? Which institutional framework for voluntarism promotes democratization and social cohesion?
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One of the major issues I see in social policy is the principle of employing social workers. What we have seen in the social welfare space is literally tens of thousands of case managers (e.g. domestic violence workers, homeless center workers) that work tirelessly, case managing people lives rather than empowering them (pushing aside many in the community that volunteer) and providing guidance and neglecting community development to tackle the underlying issues. I suggest you consider reading http://library.bsl.org.au/bsljspui/bitstream/1/5804/1/Tony_Nicholson_speech_on_community_welfare_sector_27_May_2014.pdf .
I see some services that employ 140 people in the homeless areas (and there are many similar organisations) and all they are unsuccessful due to lack of supply of affordable homes (or affordable rental stock) and are simply prioritising who they help (and upset those they cannot).
The difference in the approach is stark when I read about Iceland that decided to put in sports fields and heaps of community after school activity programs that drove down youth crime and drug use. Here (in Australia) we have some local government areas with youth disengagement (worst area's 20% of youth are not in education or work) and 100's of kids that cannot access community sports (like soccer) as there is simply not the facilities. I have to question if we should employ another youth worker or are we better off building another sports area and employing a grounds person to maintain and let the community organise the sports coaches (be it baseball, soccer, basketball, netball or whatever) to get a better "bang for buck", encourage community involvement and get better results.
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Taking into account technological advances, including new media used in teaching processes and growing problems in the field of economics, social issues, ecology and environmental protection, the question arises: Should knowledge of the basics of economics and ecology be included in the education system of children already? at the initial instruction stage? At what stage of the education system, at what point in the initial education system should children be included in these issues? Should new media, including online applications in the field of new media, be used primarily in teaching methods and tools? What problems in the field of ecology and environmental protection, economics and social sciences should be first of all the subject of primary schooling of children? Please, answer, comments.
I invite you to the discussion.
Thank you very much,
Best wishes,
Dariusz
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The inclusion of economics and ecology in early stage education is appreciated. I strongly encourage to raise the PC-I to competent authority for implementation.
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Does anyone have innovative engagement or recruitment strategies for hard to reach populations?
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There are no easy answers to this in my experience with refugee communities.
I worked with a local clinic who have been there for nearly 10 years. The women I work with respect the clinic's incredible input into their community, and, as a result, are motivated to be part of their research projects.
One thing to note is that there is an increasing tendency to refer to these kinds of communities as 'less-often heard' instead of 'hard to reach'.
Good luck with your work!
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What do clinician-researchers think of manualized peer support? What do peers/patients think of manualized peer support?
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Well clinician-researchers, if they believe in what they have manualized and have evidence (or are building evidence) on efficacy probably find these approaches help make research more manageable and the assurance of quality in delivery more possible and measurable. For peers, some welcome the structure and like the reassurance of an "approach". Others feel they know better about the issue,... and maybe they do,... and feel restricted by the manual. .. and some also warm up the manual over time.
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What is the best way to study for your social work clinical license?
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In response to this question from our students, we had a representative from ASWB speak to faculty by webcast and take questions. I agree with Peter that the we did not see the reliability and validity of the exams. However, ASWB claims to test the items and remove ones that do not perform well. They do this by inserting about a dozen "test" questions in each exam. They have an expert panel to review questions made up of faculty and early career social workers. They have a test writing committee that typically draws from foundation year textbooks. ASWB reminds students that the exam is intended to be a typical answer for a beginning social worker and that most of the questions revolve around the NASW code of ethics. They use to recommend waiting for some practice experience but not encourage taking the exam soon after the MSW. NASW offers a preparation course in most states.
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What criteria do digital natives use to make decisions that have to do with their personality and family, social and work environment? If their face-to-face relationship decreases due to the use of technologies, how do they recognize the degree of responsibility they must have with their social and environmental environment?
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I think it's not just about being exposed to technology like the Internet but about what they are exposed to. Plurals, the post- millennials are also exposed to the Internet, but view the world differently. Generation X was also exposed the Internet but at a later age and to different options. Post millennials, for example, are still very young when facebook and YouTube, platforms that offer celebrity status with fan base, become the buzz. These two platforms had a fundamental role in prepping the public for something bigger-- reality TV shows. Now the common public had an equal chance to be world-great of some sort. Generation X, however, especially the oldest among this generation, we're more exposed to stuff like Pegasus, MSN, yahoo searching, SMS messaging online, e-mailing and other facilities which by the standards of today's developments are considered very rudimentary. As for plurals, they are more exposed to APPS and using APPS to solve problems. Interestingly, they also have a great preference for unedited photos of themselves and prefer instagram over facebook or line. They're more natural and organic individuals despising the fakeness of the celebrity-styled millennial counterparts.
It should also be noted that the parents of millennials tend to be the baby boomers whereas the parents of the are the generation Xers-- a generation that deeply despises the system.
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i study social work in Italy and during this year i did my apprenticeship at the mental healt center. I'd like to develop a project concerning people who suffer from mental illness and at the same time are "criminals". the aim is the resocializzation of these people.
- Roberta Autolitano
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Yes of course I can, it is my pleasure
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Iam trying to develop a community project for adults with mental health and offenders. in Italy, as I think everywhere, we develop a "pti" (individual therapeutic plan) for each of them, as well as to carry out recreational activities all together.
I am a future social worker, in October I should graduate and I am developing a thesis about this target of people. My intention is to develop a project for direct these people to a job once they leave these structures. the work that enhances man and gives him dignity and desire to live; but in a state in crisis like mine, in my opinion both for moral values ​​and for economic reasons, it is really difficult to realize this "work step".
I would like to realize the so-called "circular economy", regarding the recycling of plastics, a subject very close to me. I would like to introduce it to this project of which I spoke to you. but it is really difficult even for the purely security reasons of people with mental disorders and offenders. to realize this idea of ​​mine, they would use potentially dangerous machinery for people in their mental state. there are many cases of attempted suicide and assault in towards of other patients within the residences for the execution of the security measure.
I would like to know your impression and any ideas.
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I changed the aim of the project: I am focusing on the resocialization of the outgoing patient and / or once they leave the residence for the safety measures, always intertwining it with the concept of plastic reuse. The intention is to create a place where family members of patients, patients, operators, volunteers and civilians can buy, sell and build objects with recycled plastic, a place of socialization. Patients will contribute to the collection and processing of plastics. Some days are planned in which the patients will come out on a sailboat to collect the plastic in the sea, as well as on the beach. There are also days of awareness for schools, during which patients will give testimony of what has been learned up to that time. The goal of the patients will be to create awareness starting from the school and involving the children through alternative training cycles.
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How has social work advanced science? What are the big, groundbreaking discoveries of the field?
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I think in the governance of human programmes literature / implementation science, the realisation that compliance technologies [rules, procedures] alone are insufficient to improve service quality - along with the notion of 'social workers (and other front line professionals) co-producing' policy outcomes in conscious relationships with service users. Michael Lipsky is getting a dust-off.
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Good morning,
I am teaching a Social Work Practice III course this fall and wish to access articles for students. I have requested access to some articles from the authors. How can I follow up with the authors who have not responded?
No authors have responded.
Best regards,
John McAteer
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You are welcome!
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