Macro Social Work

Macro Social Work - Macro Social Work PERT 2/26/2008...

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Macro Social Work 26/02/2008 11:22:00 PERT Programming, Evaluation, and Review Technique Goes into the implementation stage of IMAGINE Who is going to do what and when? Pick a timeline and write down objectives for each day/week Example o Week 1: Lauren will do XYZ o Week 2: Kevin will do ABC Can go vertical and horizontal Can make adjustments in when things are going to get done Keeps you on track Can visually see the evaluation point Downside o We don’t realize something will take longer than what we think. o If you get bunched up, it can become a roadblock to something else. BE SPECIFIC with objectives o SMART Poster Session Do Prepare and Imagine
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o Force field analysis for Prepare o PERT in Imagine Saul Alinsky Model Build small groups of people by knocking on doors Ask them what the problem is that they see Self-determination at its finest Allowing them to decide for themselves what the problem is Start where the people are One person cannot make a difference, but a lot of people together can People who have power are not going to give it up, it must be taken away There is power in groups Start building small neighborhoods individually Then get them to align with each other OTOC is an example of Alinsky One of the tactics is that they are very confrontational o Basic idea They are becoming more collaborative Used to have stand-alone organizations, outside the community They then aligned themselves with churches o Get the pastors together o Arguments against it are now less because the churches are involved
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Citizen Mandated Model Not true organizing Community Action Programs are examples of this o Citizens come and direct what is going to happen to the program Slows down mistakes in the organization Public Advocacy Lobbying Group of citizens come together about an issue and lobby Community Control Assumes that if the educational, economic, political institutions are de- centralized to the local level, people will be much better off Every aspect of an individual’s life is now put on a local level We know what is good and best for us rather than someone else telling us Think of early hippies in the 70s o Grew own food
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