Student Lecture Outline2 2007

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Student Lecture Outline 2007 Social Work 205 Week 2 September 11 and 13 Syllabus listing for Week 2: Social Work/Social Welfare Historical Development Early responses to need o Poor Laws o Indoor and Outdoor Relief o Poorhouses Abolitionist Movement Women’s Movement Civil War o Veteran’s Benefits o Emancipation of the Slaves o Freedman’s Bureau Immigration Labor movement Social Darwinism Charity Organization Society Settlement House Movement Child saving Conflicting values in the origins of the social work profession Required reading: Popple, Philip R. and Leighninger, Leslie (2005). Social work, social welfare, and American society, sixth edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Pages 301-319, 66-79, 84, 163 and 115- 121 only . Reynard, Elizabeth (1934). Widdoes at Vandue. In A place apart: A Cape Cod reader (1993). Robert Finch, ed. W. W. Norton: New York, pp. 52-53 (p. 4 in reader). Axinn, June and Stern, Mark J. (2005). Social welfare: A history of the American response to need (Sixth Edition). Boston: Allyn and Bacon. “The Binding of Moses Love,” page 34 (p. 5 in reader).
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