Lecture 2 winter 2011

Lecture 2 winter 2011 - Self-Actualization Need (People...

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Unformatted text preview: Self-Actualization Need (People trying to be all that they can be. They are ready to function independently in quest of their own potential .) Esteem Need (the need to feel respected, accepted, worthwhile and valued by others) Belongingness Need ( family provides this for children as they get older, they search for this outside of the family) Safety Needs (Security and protection survival needs) Basic Needs (physiological air, water, food) Social wor ker s addr ess, modify and eliminate social Social wor ker s addr ess, modify and eliminate social pr oblems such as pover ty and abuse. pr oblems such as pover ty and abuse. Pr imar y Pr evention Actions intended to deter the pr oblem fr om developing include: Thor ough public education leading to changes in social nor ms. Public ser vice announcements and other media- based means of disseminating infor mation. Examples: Dr inking and Dr iving and Anti-Smoking To pr event spousal abuse pr emar ital counselling To pr event child abuse suppor t gr oups for young par ents Secondar y Pr evention I n Secondar y Pr evention I n Social Wor k Social Wor k Actions intended to detect a pr oblem at its ear ly stages. They i dentify individuals who have been dentify individuals who have been exposed to a social pr oblem....
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Lecture 2 winter 2011 - Self-Actualization Need (People...

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