Exam 1 Study Guide
Etiology of the problem
From 1946 through 1960, the United States experienced the Baby Boom years. At
that time the fertility rate was higher and many babies were born. Today, the
earlier Baby Boomers are entering int
Midterm Study Guide
What is the Problem?
The state or condition of having little or no money, goods, or means of support
when it comes to house and food or health care; condition of being poor.
Having an annual income that is less
Margaret Murray Washington Bio Notes
Margaret Murray Washington was born on March 9, 1865. She was one of ten
children born to sharecroppers. Her father was of Irish decent and her mother
Contributions to Society
The third wife of Boo
Lecture 4 Notes
In his 2003 research professor Brian Littlechild, associate head of social work at
the University of Hertfordshire, found the number of threats and violence was
much higher in child protection work
Different challenges, working with the ch
Lecture 3 Notes
Physical and emotional impact of child abuse
PTSD : irritability, denial, amnesia, regression, and headaches
Low self esteem
More likely to harm other children
Reasons for Child Abuse
Lecture 2 Notes
In 2006 there were 5,808 prosecutions and 3,160 convictions throughout the
This means that for every 800 persons trafficked, only ONE person was
As defined by the (NASW) National Association
Lecture 1 Notes
What is Human Trafficking?
Human trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for the purposes of
commercial sexual exploitation or forced labor.
ACT(What is done)
Receipt of Persons
1. Gender differences in health
2. Men outrank women in all leading causes of death except for Alzheimer.
3. The theory of being the pack leader and Macho is the attitudes behind these
4. Twice as likely to get struck by lightn
Final Exam Study Guide
What population/community does it affect?
One of the places where the workplace is most unfair is in the minority and
African American men pay scales are not equal to their Caucasian counterparts.
What are som
Sarah Colins Bio Notes
Sarah Collins Fernandis
A tireless crusader for social change Sarah Collins Fernandis was a teacher, poet, and
civic leader. For over Forty years she worked to improve black communities in
Baltimore, Washington DC, and other cities