Exam 3 Study Guide part 1
Where do we learn prejudice and stereotypes?
Who is privileged in sexism?
Philosophical issues- when should state intervene?
Parents request, signs of abuse.
The action and behavior that prev
SW 200 Chapter 2 Outline
Social Welfare: A Response To Human Need
Identifying Human Needs
Social Welfare Programs
The Evolution of Social Welfare
Colonial Times to the Depression
The Depression to the Present
Social Welfare in the Early 2000s
Social Work 200
Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
To what degree is society responsible for meeting the needs of their citizens?
It is the dominant political parties responsibility to meet citizens needs
Social Work 200
Naturally tend to help people and get asked to help people
Degrees in specific programs, training in the field, become
licensed professionals, social workers, psychologists,
SW 200: Introduction to Social Work
Glenn R. Stutzky, LMSW, MSW
Senior Clinical Instructor
Office Address 6 Baker Hall
Tues. & Thurs. 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. (after class at Hubbard Hall) & by
SW200: Week 4
The Emergence of Social Work as a Profession
o Where did social work come from?
The profession evolved from the humanitarian response to
human suffering in the late 1800s that led to the creation of .
(rest of definition in
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The Rising Rates of Recidivism: The Cycle of Incarceration, Release, & Return
Research shows that when people who are released from prison or jail return to the community, their opportunities o
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Chapter 3 Notes part 1
-most basic form of helping, clients assisted by family, friends, neighbors, or
*based on mutual relationships among equals, and the helper draws heavily
on on intuition and life experience to guide the h
Chapter 13 Notes
how many soldiers have been killed in action?
45% of the time
how long have we been at war for
how many soldiers have been severely injured or maned?
average amount of people who dies in WWII
average who died in vi
Chapter 3 Notes part 2
social group work
evolved in the 1930s, concerned with providing services to groups
primarily concerned with coordinating the distribution of resources and
building linkages among existing services
Chapter 4 Notes
three elements that make a profession
professionals must be free of constraints that might limit their ability to
select what they consider to b
Family Social Work Notes
partners relate as equals, sharing power and authority. Both try to balance
the time and energy they devote to their occupations, their children, and their
the belief that
Exam 3 Study Guide part 2
What is the largest disenfranchised group in the United States?
People with disabilities
Which theory believes poverty serves economic, social, cultural, and
Structural functionalist perspective from the Soci
Exam 1 Study Guide part 1
A professional social worker is a person with a
Bachelor or masters's degree from an accredited social work program
According to NASW, there are how many social workers in the US?
According to the Bureau of Labor stats
Exam 1 Study Guide part 2
During the 1700 and 1800as, there was a negative and punitive view of
the needy, and many needs were met with
Institutional solutions (Asylums and almhouses)
The program developed in 1863 to coordinate public charities that is a
SW200 Week 5
Chapter 4 Social Work of US Casualties in Middle Eastern Wars
Since WWII, we have been at war 45% of the time
379,000 killed in action
970,000 have been severely injured
1860s Civil War First time social workers served as