eBook Shared Responsibility: Families and Social Policy (Modern Applications of Social Work) download
by Robert M. Moroney
Author: Robert M. Moroney
Publisher: Aldine Transaction; 1 edition (December 31, 1986)
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Dr. Moroney develops the idea of the family as both recipient and dispenser of social services
Dr. Moroney develops the idea of the family as both recipient and dispenser of social services.
This book is required reading for my Human Behavior and Social Environment courses.
This book is required reading for my Human Behavior and Social Environment courses. While it makes a good basis for long-standing theories, it definitely shows its age. A version that reflects more recent ideas and events would be more useful.
Series: Modern Applications of Social Work. I recommend this book for everyone who works with older adults in a case management or therapeutic capacity. I also think it is insightful for more medically-based professions, such as nursing. With the baby boomer population reaching retirement age, this book is a useful addition to every clinical or generalist social work program-not just for gerontological programs. One person found this helpful.
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Legislation, by and large, still views social welfare as a system that should be concerned with a relatively small proportion of the population, a residual group unable or unwilling to meet its own needs (Titmuss 1963). Встречается в книгах (6) с 1980 по 1984.
Social problems, although they are social constructs, are a part of social reality that should be perceived and solved on. .The construction of concepts of social problems and social risks is associated with modern social work.
Social problems, although they are social constructs, are a part of social reality that should be perceived and solved on the level of society. The signifi cance of a solid knowledge of social policy and global social trends for the critical and refl exive reconsideration of social reality is emphasised, as one of the key values of modern social work and efficient practice. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Citations (8). References (11).
Social work is a professional and academic discipline committed to the pursuit of.Modern history Social work, as a profession, originated in the 19th century. social and psychological functioning of children and their families.
Social work is a professional and academic discipline committed to the pursuit of social welfare, social change and social justice. The movement began primarily in the United States and England. Workers in this field assess their client’s needs and offer assistance to improve their situation.
Single Mothers-Clients or Citizens? Social Work with Poor Families in.While a great deal of social assistance in the country is still not targeted specically at the poor, Russia has been developing targeted social.
Single Mothers-Clients or Citizens? Social Work with Poor Families in Russia. A short overview of statistics and social policy terminology prefaces a discussion of how mother-headed families and state social policy interrelate and affect each other. While a great deal of social assistance in the country is still not targeted specically at the poor, Russia has been developing targeted social assis-tance in three areas: child allowances, housing and utility allowances, and regional programs for the poor (ibid.
Social work has its roots in the attempts of society at large to deal with the problem of poverty and inequality. The concept of charity goes back to ancient times, and the practice of providing for the poor has roots in all major world religions. Even before the rise of modern European states, the church was providing social services
One of the fundamental issues confronting those who create, analyze, or work within the framework of modern American social welfare policy is the relationship of the family and the state in the delivery of social care through social services. Dr. Moroney develops the idea of the family as both recipient and dispenser of social services. Simply and effectively he "paints the landscape" with respect to American families. He focuses on two special cases: families with frail elderly and families with severely mentally handicapped children. The notion of shared responsibility between the family and state, the nature of social welfare response through government programs and the professional response of social workers to families in need, and some of the dilemmas inherent in formulating family policy in a multicultural, pluralistic society are examined.