Professional Values and Ethics For each statement, answer the following question: 4. How important is this knowledge for performing the job of a [ENTER EXAM CATEGORY]social worker within the first two years of practice? •Knowledge is not needed •Not important •Minimally important •Important •Very important •Extremely important Please respond to all of the statements. If you believe the knowledge is not needed for entry-level [ENTER EXAM CATEGORY] social work practice, select “Knowledge is not needed.” Some of the statements are followed by parentheses that contain examples of the knowledge. These examples are provided for clarification only. They are not an inclusive list of all possible examples. Knowledge Requirements Survey Statements Human Development, Diversity, and Behavior in the Environment 1. Knowledge of theories of human development throughout the lifespan (e.g., physical, social, emotional, cognitive, behavioral) 2. Knowledge of the indicators of normal and abnormal physical, cognitive, emotional, and sexual development throughout the lifespan 3. Knowledge of theories of sexual development throughout the lifespan
2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB B134. Knowledge of theories of spiritual development throughout the lifespan 5. Knowledge of theories of racial, ethnic, and cultural development throughout the lifespan 6. Knowledge of the effects of physical, mental, and cognitive disabilities throughout the lifespan 7. Knowledge of the interplay of biological, psychological, social, and spiritual factors 8. Knowledge of basic human needs 9. Knowledge of basic principles of human genetics 10. Knowledge of the family life cycle 11. Knowledge of the principles of attachment and bonding 12. Knowledge of family dynamics and functioning and the effects on individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities 13. Knowledge of theories of couples development 14. Knowledge of the impact of physical and mental illness on family dynamics 15. Knowledge of psychological defense mechanisms and their effects on behavior and relationships 16. Knowledge of the effect of disability on biopsychosocial functioning throughout the lifespan 17. Knowledge of the effect of aging on biopsychosocial functioning 18. Knowledge of the impact of aging parents on adult children 19. Knowledge of gerontology 20. Knowledge of the effect of culture, race, and ethnicity on behaviors, attitudes, and identity 21. Knowledge of the effects of discrimination and stereotypes on behaviors, attitudes, and identity 22. Knowledge of the influence of sexual orientation on behaviors, attitudes, and identity 23. Knowledge of the impact of transgender and transitioning process on behaviors, attitudes, identity, and relationships 24. Knowledge of systemic (institutionalized) discrimination (e.g., racism, sexism, ageism) 25. Knowledge of the impact of social institutions on society 26. Knowledge of the indicators of psychosocial stress 27. Knowledge of the impact of stress, trauma, and violence 28. Knowledge of theories of trauma-informed care 29.
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