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  • Client And Social Worker Work
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    Social workers in all branches of the military are helping families and military personnel prepare for, and cope with, the hardships of war. They do so through a range of preventive and clinical services provided by the Veteran Administration with many different types of programs, including family-support and mental-health counseling. The mission statement of the VA Social Workers is to eliminate significant barriers to clients in need and offer interventions for veterans and families. It is acc...
  • Adverse Effect Of Extreme Capitalism
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    Imagine awaking to the first rays of dawn, finding yourself lying on a tattered scrap of cardboard beneath a highway overpass. Your empty stomach churns with numbing hunger and you know today will be yet another listless scramble for survival. Homeless, jobless, and hungry, you glare with fervent jealousy at those clothed, groomed, and pompous passers-by grasping their purses and wallets tightly when they catch sight of you. Ashamed and enraged, you feel cheated and wonder how it is possible for...
  • Work With A Specialized Clinical Social Worker
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    Choosing a career is a very important aspect to people's lives. One goes to college, usually around the age of eighteen, and by the time they leave they are expected to have decided on the career that they will have for the rest of their lives. Being a psychology and interpersonal communication major, I have always had an interest on relationships between individuals given certain stimuli presented to them. I want to have the ability to touch people's lives by helping them understand themselves ...
  • Early Chicago Saloons
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    Saloon Culture Analytical Critique Writing Assignment HY 121 Spring 2005 Royal Melendy writes about a rising social culture taking place at the turn of the twentieth century. He depicts this culture as the ambiance emitted in early Chicago saloons. "Saloons served many roles for the working-class during this period of American history, and were labeled as the poor man's social clubs" (summary of saloon culture, pg. 76). Saloons were described as part of the neighborhood. An institution recognize...
  • Correctional Social Workers Work
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    Social workers play a vital role in many aspects of our society, from the court system to the correctional facilities in which they work. The lives of the incarcerated clients, in addition to those who have been released, and the members of our society as a whole can contribute something to society. According to California's Occupational Guide "correctional Social Workers work with juvenile or adult offenders to determine and correct the causes of anti-social behavior. They may work with youth g...
  • Schutz's Theory Of Interpersonal Needs
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    In today's paper, I will be analysis personal relationship using Schutz's theory of interpersonal needs. According to Communication Making Connection by William J. Seiler and Melissa L. Beall, Schutz's theory implies that we have three needs: the need for affection, the need for inclusion, and the need for control. According to Schutz's theory, the need for affection is the need to feel likeable or lovable. If various people like a specific person, that person has effectively fulfill this need a...
  • American Social Policy
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    Destined to Fail Chapter twelve of Charles Murray's book Loosing Ground: American Social Policy, 1950-1980 is entitled Incentives to Fail I: Maximizing Short-Term Gains. I believe that this title is very fitting and aims directly at the center of an issue of American policy, which has been characterized by many, both Democrats and Republicans as a failure. The social policy that was discussed is the American Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), which was designed to combat poverty in America...
  • Forceful Policy Against Sexual Harassment
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    Petrie Manuel 3/7/99 We Need to Take Action Sexual harassment had become a topic of concern in large organizations like businesses, hospitals, schools, and the military. These organizations have seen an increase in sexual harassment cases and are now spending time and money searching for ways to reduce the problem. We need to establish an efficient policy for investigating and resolving the complaints. We also need to communicate well with each other in order to identify sexual harassment taking...
  • Social And Psychological Needs
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    Malinowski studied the Trobrianders of New Guinea between 1914-1918. He rejected the idea of remaining apart from their daily lives, and instead chose to carry out the participant observation method. He closely observed the activities going on around him and listened carefully to anecdotes, local gossip etc, so that he would be able to provide much fuller accounts of Trobriand life than if he had relied on formal questioning. He was impressed with the fact that the customs, ideas, artefacts and ...
  • Heller's Analysis Of Needs In Marx
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    1. A little over a decade after the "collapse of Communism", it might appear that Marxist theory has been relegated to little more than an historical or even archeological artefact with little relevance to or influence over an ever encroaching and expanding, global ising capitalism. Socialism "proper", as a state economic model and ideology seems to have been banished to the margins of the world scene. The disastrous results in terms of the dictatorships and totalitarianism that have ensued wher...
  • Initial Step In Television S Ability
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    Channels of Identification When we see stories on the news of children murdering each other, what must we think in terms of responsibility and which influences contributed to the decisions which left four children and a teacher dead Who is responsible How do we as individuals make decisions What in our culture influences our behavior and impacts our value systems More specifically, what exactly does it mean to be influenced I have chosen television as my focus because I feel it is the most succe...
  • 1 Year At The County Jail
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    Making the Punishment Fit the Crime Case 1- I think that Jane Carson is somewhat of a threat to those around her. She isn t quite fit to live in society since society has not really accepted her. She has obvious social problems and needs psychiatric attention immediately. If she were sent to jail again she would probably try to take her life again as well. In this case, a fine of any amount would do no justice nor would it help Jane out. She is probably lacking money anyways since she has a habi...
  • Interpretation Of History From Certain Historians
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    There are many definitions of what History is, and what it means for different sections of society at different times. E.H. Carr's primary argument is that the interpretation of history from certain historians is dependent upon their position in society, and indeed are formulated by society's view of the period. One historian writing in the 1950's may have a totally different interpretation of events that, say, a present day historical writer. IT IS TERRIBLY DIFFICULT to write well about histori...
  • Economic And Social Classes
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    Nowadays, conflict, discrimination and violence have more than shaped the histories of our countries. Too many people are dyeing because of disagreements and fights over religious, ethnical and political ideologies. Examples range from ethnical ideologies in Bosnia, Rwanda, Nigeria and India, to religious clashes in Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Brazil is the home to 182 million. The infant mortality rate is of 32 per 1000 live births and the life expectancy is of 71 years. The average fertility rate ...

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